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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

First Amendment Street Fight: National Review v. Cory Booker

Just released earlier Wednesday afternoon -- this story from National Review magazine reporting on a lawsuit I filed on their behalf Tuesday.

Late Wednesday, it appeared the defendants would produce the requested documents. Of course, only after a lawsuit was filed.  Promises, promises.

On Thursday, National Review's reporter Eliana Johnson did get some documents. But not a critical document incorporated by reference into one of the documents which is curiously absent. Read her latest account in a stream of stories that is showing how a straightforward, plain vanilla public document request has become an awfully tortured process.

Readers are advised to check back straight to the source -- here, National Review Online -- for further updates.





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