The Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) joined other journalism groups May 6, 2008, in filing a "friend of the court" brief in a Washington state lawsuit seeking access to public officials' e-mails under state law.
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Lots of Freedom-of-Information help is available online
GOP Senators blocked a bill to shield journalists trying to protect confidential sources before heading home for August recess.
Reginfo.gov helps reporters track regulatory mischief — and deregulatory mischief too — government-wide.
The Department of Agriculture has stopped reporting publicly how many animals it kills for farmers and ranchers in its predator control program.
The Society of Environmental Journalists board of directors formed the task force in March 2002 "to address freedom-of-information, right-to-know, and other news gathering issues of concern to the pursuit of environmental journalism."
The board gave the Freedom of Information Task Force these responsibilities:
Here's the press policy a lot of journalists would like to see at all agencies.