The Freedom Of Information Act Is A Federal Statute Requiring All Federal Agenci

 The Freedom of Information Act is a federal statute requiring all federal agencies to disclose promptly their activities, procedures, proposed rules, and regulations to any and all members of the public or press that make inquiry of such and, further, mandates divulging of all information that does not imperil the United States or its citizens.  Should this act be expanded to include the other divisions of governmental powers, including the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government

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