May Issue of the Washington E-Bulletin

The May issue of the Washington E-Bulletin is now available on AALLNET. This month’s E-Bulletin includes a reminder to register for our Advocacy Training (we’ve extended the registration deadline to Friday, June 4), a summary of the recent audit of agency Open Government Plans to which AALL contributed, an update on recent developments on net neutrality, and more. Here is the Table of Contents:

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

• Don’t Forget to Register for the Advocacy Training in Denver!

UPDATES FROM THE HILL AND THE GOVERNMENT RELATIONS OFFICE

• AALL Contributes to Audit of Federal Agency Open Government Plans
• FCC Chairman Proposes Plan to Ensure Net Neutrality
• New National Declassification Center Announces Draft Prioritization Plan
• AALL Urges White House to Release BP Oil Spill Monitoring Data
• White House Refuses to Release Visitor Logs in Response to FOIA Request

OUTSIDE THE BELTWAY: CHAPTER NEWS

• SNELLA and AALL Celebrate Partial Victory for Connecticut’s Courthouse Law Libraries: 4 of 6 to Remain Open
• CALL Government Relations Committee Launches New Blog

FREE TIME WELL SPENT: Further Reading for the Information Policy Junkie Federal Judiciary Adds Improvements to Web Site

• Law Library of Congress Releases Collection of Resources on Elena Kagan
• CRS Releases Reports on the Jurisprudence of Justice Stevens
• New Digital Curation and Preservation Bibliography Now Available

[Posted by Emily Feldman]

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