SGI in the News

SGI Director Rick Blum speaks on C-SPAN's Washington Journal

SGI Director Rick Blum speaks on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal on April 14, 2010


Freedom of Information” (POLITICO Illinois Playbook), January 12

EDITORIAL: Our right to know matters” (York Dispatch), January 12


Bill would add records public can’t see” (Associated Press), December 2

Senate passes cybersecurity bill pushing sharing of information on hacker threats” (Associated Press), October 28

Experts: Transparency key to democracy” (Virgin Islands Daily News), October 26

Jeb Bush is ‘playing an age old Washington game’ by blasting Washington lobbyists” (Associated Press), July 23

Journalists want transparency, but not right away” (Huffington Post), July 13, 2015

Behind the scenes, regulators try to shape FOIA bill” (Environment & Energy Publishing), June 1

AP General Counsel Karen Kaiser testifies for SGI before the Senate Judiciary Committee on May 6, 2015

AP General Counsel Karen Kaiser testifies for SGI before the Senate Judiciary Committee on May 6, 2015

Why strengthening FOIA is so important” (Commentary by NAA President & CEO Caroline Little, Northwest Herald), April 17

U.S. Congress to vote on “cybersecurity’ bills that are basically surveillance bills in disguise” (Boing Boing), April 21

Regulators fret over FOIA reform bill,” (The Hill), March 29

3 things to know about key FOIA reform bill making its way through Congress” (Poynter), March 25

US sets new record for withholding government files” (Christian Science Monitor), March 18

White House scraps transparency rule during Sunshine Week” (Poynter), March 17

Working together to make government accountable” op-ed by Eric Newton (Lancaster Online), March 16

White House Office of Administration drops transparency regulation on freedom of information day” (UPI), March 16

White House office to delete its FOIA regulations” (USA Today), March 16

Subtle push against FOIA bill begins in administrative branch” (Environment & Energy Publishing), March 5


EDITORIAL: Nevada Supreme Court should overturn CCSD email ruling” (Las Vegas Review-Journal), February 11


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