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Public Citizen Comments on HHS FOIA Regulations (8/15/2016)
Petition to FDA to Revoke Deletions Policy for FOIA Processing (9/19/2012)
Comments on Financial Stability Oversight Council's Proposed Rule on Implementation of FOIA (5/26/2011)
Comments on DOJ Proposed Freedom of Information Act Regulations (4/20/2011)
Comments on DOE Proposed Rule on Duplication Fees and Public Interest Balancing Test (12/18/08)
Comments on CIA Proposed Rule on FOIA Processing Fees (2/7/2007)
Comments on Department of Homeland Security's Proposed Procedures for Handling Critical Infrastructure Information (7/13/2003)
Comments on Proposed Rule for Disclosure of OFAC Civil Penalties and Informal Settlements (7/19/2002)
Comments on FERC's Plans to Restrict Access to Critical Energy Infrastructure Information (3/11/2002)
Comments on Proposed Department of the Interior EFOIA Regulation (9/14/2001)
Petition to Repeal Department of Justice Rule on FOIA Appeals (2000)
Comments on the Office of Management and Budget's Proposed Revision of OMB Circular A-110, "Uniform Administrative Requirements For Grants And Agreement With Institutions Of Higher Education, Hospitals, And Other Non-Profit Organizations." (9/14/1999)
Comments on the Department of Justice's Revision of FOIA and Privacy Act Regulations (1998)
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