White House Seeks Delay on 'Official Secrets Act'

October 2001
American Libraries;Oct2001, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p18
Trade Publication
Reports that the United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence called for a hearing on the potential criminalization of unauthorized disclosure of classified information by federal employees. Agreement by the author of the bill, Richard Shelby, to a prior postponement; Details of the measure; Opposition of the American Library Association and others to the legislation.


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