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The Hill: Protect the whistleblowers: The case for pardoning Snowden

November 23, 2016

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Critics of Edward Snowden have long maintained that the young whistleblower could have legally and safely worked within the system to reform the NSA, but instead recklessly went rogue.

This simply is not true.

Food Safety News: Federal law gags FDA on recall as vaccination window closes

November 10, 2016

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County and state health departments continue to dribble out details on restaurants, schools and other foodservice operations that received and served frozen strawberries from Egypt that are under recall for Hepatitis A contamination as time runs out for potential victims to receive post-exposure vaccinations.

News Channel 10: Advocacy Groups Call for Reforms Within the EEOC: Senate Must Act Now.

October 12, 2016

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The Coalition For Change, Inc. (C4C) announces that a host of advocacy groups and whistleblowers have signed a solidarity letter to support measures they assert will combat widespread discrimination by Federal government officials.

Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 11, 2016

Newsweek: Post Snowden, the Government Still Can't Protect Whistleblowers

October 05, 2016

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Nearly a half-century ago this month, Daniel Ellsberg, a young, intense Defense Department employee distressed over the unending war in Vietnam, removed several volumes of top-secret documents from his safe and turned them over to the press. “The Pentagon Papers,” as they became known, recorded the history of covert American involvement in Indochina from the early 1940s to 1968.

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