September Edition of the Washington E-Bulletin

The September Edition of the Washington E-bulletin is now available! This month’s E-bulletin features an update from Washington, a Constitution Day report from Colorado, interesting reading for the information policy junkie, and more!

Here is the Table of Contents from the September Edition:

UPDATES FROM THE HILL AND THE WASHINGTON OFFICE

-New York Times on the Loss of Federal Electronic Government Information
-Senate Subcommittee Addresses Secrecy and the Rule of Law
-House Oversight Subcommittee Holds Hearing on FOIA Ombudsman
-Judge Orders VP Cheney to Preserve Records
-Senator Says Government Spending Site Fails to Post Updated Information

OUTSIDE THE BELTWAY: CHAPTER NEWS

-U.S. Courts Library in Denver Holds Popular Constitution Day Event

FREE TIME WELL SPENT: Further Reading for the Information Policy Junkie

-Secrecy Report Card Shows Expansion of Government Secrecy
-Poll Finds Public Supports Constitutional Separation of Powers
-VOTE411.org
-Law Library of Congress Launches Redesigned Global Legal Monitor
-Government Printing Office Nominated for “Green” Award

[Posted by Emily Feldman]

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