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This committee is the watchdog of press freedoms across the nation. It relies upon a network of volunteers in each state organized under Project Sunshine. These SPJ members are on the front lines for assaults to the First Amendment and when lawmakers attempt to restrict the public's access to documents and the government's business. The committee often is called upon to intervene in instances where the media is restricted.

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Bio (click to expand) picture Grudo is currently the digital platforms editor at Air Force Magazine, a DC-based, independent monthly. He was previously on the board of SPJ DC and on the national SPJ board. Before moving to DC in 2013, Grudo was editor of South Florida Gay News and worked on the board of SPJ Florida, spearheading multiple programs on a national level and helping run related conventions.



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Sonny Albarado

Carolyn Carlson

Jodi Cleesattle

David Cuillier

Anna Douglas

Roy Gutterman

JM Farrell

Paul Fletcher

Kathryn Foxhall

Danielle McLean

Hilary Niles

Jonathan Peters

Linda Petersen

Joey Senat

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Pulliam/Kilgore Freedom of Information reports

Copies of SPJ's annual Pulliam/Kilgore Freedom of Information reports are available for downloading. All reports are in PDF format.

2010 Report
Cracking The Dam: A Guide To Journalists’ Right of Equal Access To Information

2009 Report
Skirting Censorship in the Muslim World: Discourse Through an Ever-Growing Blogosphere

2008 Report
An End Run Around the First Amendment: “Libel Tourists” Take Aim Overseas

2007 Report
Press Freedom in Africa: Experiences and Modes

2005 Report
“A Questionable Procedure?” Deciding Who Should Be Covered by a Federal Shield Law

2004 Report
A Public Trial in the 21st Century: Cameras in the Courtroom — Public Access for All

2003 Report
HIPPA: How Medical Privacy Regulations are Unhealthy for Journalists

2002 Report
Homeland Defense: Secrecy or Security

2001 Report
Weird Torts: Coming to a Courtroom Near You

2000 Report
Credentialing for Online Journalists: An Evolving Story

1999 Report
SLAPP Back: How the Media Can Take Advantage of State Laws

1997 Report
The Erosion of the Reporter’s Privilege

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Covering Prisons
Project Sunshine: Find FOI Help
Accessing Government Records
Shield Law Campaign
FOI Audit Tookit | PDF
Anti-SLAPP: Protect Free Speech
Official Secrets Act bill
FOI Groups
Annual FOI Reports
FOI Committee Roster
GovernmentAttic.org

FOI FYI: SPJ’s FOI Committee Blog
If You Sue Trump, This DC Lawyer Will Help You For Free
Hear It from a Journocriminal
Jailing of the Press

FOI Committee
This committee is the watchdog of press freedoms across the nation. It relies upon a network of volunteers in each state organized under Project Sunshine. These SPJ members are on the front lines for assaults to the First Amendment and when lawmakers attempt to restrict the public's access to documents and the government's business. The committee often is called upon to intervene in instances where the media is restricted.
 

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