Friday, February 11, 2005

$400,000 - Information priced out of reach 

The U.S. Justice Department has found a new way to prevent the public from inquiring into the workings of government: charge exorbitant fees for the information
When the liberal interest group, the People for the American Way Foundation, asked the Justice Department under the Freedom of Information Act for records related to the legal proceedings involving immigrants swept up following the attacks of Sept. 11, the group was presented with a bill of nearly $400,000.

AmericaBlog's John Aravosis on Aaron Brown's News Night
"Credential Questions" about the Jeff Gannon saga, and talks about the things that Wolf Blitzer wouldn't SCOTT McCLELLAN TRIES TO EXPLAIN JEFF (GANNON)/James Guckert.

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