As the D.C.
D.C. Mayor Muriel E.
The D.C. Council insisted in the Budget Support Act passed June 30 that police body-worn camera video be subject to the Freedom of Information Act.
Citing “budget pressure” identified at the 11th hour of the annual budget process by her Chief Financial Officer, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser Tuesday (June 23) in a closed-door session with D.C.
The Washington Teachers’ Union and open-government advocates are urging the D.C.
Advocates for reform of DC Jail reported Thursday (11) on six recommendations about facilities and programs, but
What should the public know when an accident calls into question the safety of a rail system that moves 700,000 of the region’s residents every day? Does reliable information really need to t
UPDATE 6-16-15 The Coalition's concerns, reported below, together with other contacts from the community and the Washing
In the budget passed Wednesday (27), the D.C. Council agreed to fund police body cameras--but with important differences from the mayor's initial plans.
The D.C. government has agreed to withdraw the mayor’s 2014 FOIA report to the D.C.
UPDATED 5-23-15 - in another editorial Thursday (21) the Post urged full funding to outfit all officers with cameras and urged
Police departments and communities are looking to body cameras to curb police misconduct and rebuild community trust.
The State Department’s latest defense on why it can’t comply with your ancient Freedom of Information request for documents is: Blame it on Hillary.
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