Free Flow of Information Act of 2007
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The bill, which was introduced September 10, 2007, is a bill to maintain the free flow of information to the public by providing conditions for the federally compelled disclosure of information by certain persons connected with the news media. 
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- Name of bill: Free Flow of Information Act of 2007
- Chamber: U.S. Senate
- Roll call number: 191
- Congress number: 110th
- Session number: 2
- Vote link: U.S. Senate record vote 191, 110th Congress, Session 2
Scorecard: National Journal 2008 Senate Scorecard
Org. position: Nay
"Allow the Senate to proceed to a bill limiting government power to compel journalists to reveal sources. July 30. (51-43; 60 votes required to invoke cloture. Reid voted no so that he could subsequently move to reconsider the vote.)"
(Original scorecard available at: http://www.nationaljournal.com/njmagazine/cs_20090228_4813.php)