February 24, 2005
Six CRS Reports Made Available
ResourceShelf lists six CRS Reports made available by the Federation of American Scientists and the National Library for the Environment.
Of interest to me, Information Sharing for Homeland Security: A Brief Overview.
Of interest to citizens who care about what Congress and the Executive Branch are doing: Tracking Current Federal Legislation and Regulations: A Guide to Basic Sources. Can anyone explain to me why this CRS report should be considered confidential work product and a privileged communication?
Also via the ResourceShelf:
Can We Tape? by the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press is a chart showing "tape recording laws at a glance" for all 50 states. The chart indicates whether consent of all parties is required, if there are criminal penalities, whether statute allows for civil suits, if a specific hidden camera law exists, and whether there are additional penalities for disclosing or publishing information.
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