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Veto Battle 30 Years Ago Set Freedom of Information Norms

According to declassified documents posted today by the National Security Archive, Scalia, Rumsfeld, Cheney Opposed Open Government Bill 30 years ago. Veto Battle 30 Years Ago Set Freedom of Information Norms Edited by Dan Lopez, Thomas Blanton, Meredith Fuchs and Barbara Elias.

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