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H.R.541 Faster FOIA Act of 2007, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Mar 19, 2007 Referred to the Subcommittee on Information Policy, Census, and National Archives.

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Government Operations - Federalism and the Census

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  • Committee Assignment: House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform

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  • H.R.541 has been viewed 5,307 times

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    H.R.541 has been viewed 5,307 times on OpenCongress.org, a free, non-partisan resource.
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    • Dugout Central » The Worst MVP Vote Ever Cast - December 14, 2008 by Dugout Central - Phillies’ Otto Knabe: .237 average, 1 HR, .646 OPS in 528 at bats; Cubs’ Jimmy Archer: .253 average, 4 HR’s, .645 OPS in 387 at bats; Pirates’ George Gibson: .209 average, 0 HR, .541 OPS in 311 at bats; Senators’ George McBride: .2

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      As noted by Dugout Central on December 14, 2008, "Phillies’ Otto Knabe: .237 average, 1 HR, .646 OPS in 528 at bats; Cubs’ Jimmy Archer: .253 average, 4 HR’s, .645 OPS in 387 at bats; Pirates’ George Gibson: .209 average, 0 HR, .541 OPS in 311 at bats; Senators’ George McBride: .2" (http://www.dugoutcentral.com/blog/?p=2142)
    • A Transparency Agenda for the New Administration - November 16, 2008 by Jeff Herz - My view of the World - A Transparency Agenda for the New Administration This is the final post in a three-part series outlining how the new leadership in Congress and the White House can restore some of the civil liberties we've lost over the past eight years ...

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      As noted by Jeff Herz - My view of the World on November 16, 2008, "A Transparency Agenda for the New Administration This is the final post in a three-part series outlining how the new leadership in Congress and the White House can restore some of the civil liberties we've lost over the past eight years ..." (http://herzy69.blogspot.com/2008/11/transparency-agenda-for-new.html)
    • Change Watch: Privacy, Innovation and a side of Transparency - November 12, 2008 by Geek Activism - Tim Jones at the EFF has just finished his three-part series outlining how the new leadership in Congress and the Executive branch can restore what has been lost over the past eight years. There are two aspects to how privacy has ...

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      As noted by Geek Activism on November 12, 2008, "Tim Jones at the EFF has just finished his three-part series outlining how the new leadership in Congress and the Executive branch can restore what has been lost over the past eight years. There are two aspects to how privacy has ..." (http://www.geekactivism.com/2008/11/13/change-watch-privacy-innovation-and-a-side-of-transparency/)

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