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FOIA Survey Shows Agencies Improved But Far From Perfect
(03 Nov 2015) Two-thirds of 21 agencies are now responding and providing usable data in the FOIA survey being conducted by the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC). See more...
Federal Weapons Convictions Declined 34.8 Percent Over Ten Years
(27 Oct 2015) There were 6,002 federal weapons convictions in FY 2015, a drop of 5.8 percent from 6,373 recorded in FY 2014. See more...
Federal Stockholders' Lawsuits Fall 24 Percent
(23 Oct 2015) The latest available data from the federal courts show that during fiscal year 2015 the government reported the filing of 242 new stockholders' lawsuits in the district courts. See more...
TRAC Challenges CIA Refusal to Process FOIA Requests
(20 Oct 2015) The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) at Syracuse University has filed a suit under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) about the Central Intelligence Agency's withholding of basic information regarding its receipt and processing of FOIA matters. See more...
U.S. Immigration Courts Completed 7.3 Percent More Cases in FY 2015
(15 Oct 2015) Judges in the U.S. Immigration Court completed 198,105 cases during FY 2015, up 7.3 percent from 184,597 in FY 2014. See more...
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