Pete Weitzel

Coordinator for the Coalition of Journalists for Open Government

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Coordinator for the Coalition of Journalists for Open Government, an alliance of 32 national journalism organizations that are working on freedom-of-information issues

Pete Weitzel on KCRW

Bill Clinton's Attorney General, Janet Reno, ordered that government agencies should tell American citizens what they wanted to know, as long as it would "do no harm."  After September…

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