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Freedom of Information Act law 'terribly, terribly broken,' expert tells Senate panel

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Public frustration is growing over federal agencies' resistance to providing records under the Freedom of Information Act, according to journalists and open government advocates. "We have a weaker FOIA law than Uganda, Kyrgyzstan, Mexico and Russia," said David Cuillier, president of the Society of Professional Journalists. "FOIA is terribly, terribly broken. It needs more than just...

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