Freedom of Information Act
noun U.S. Government.
a law enacted in 1966 requiring that government records except those relating to national security, confidential financial data, and law enforcement be made available to the public on request. Abbreviation: FOIA
What Is Freedom of Speech?We Americans love to refer to the First Amendment and our right to “free speech.” There is abundant room for interpretation and nuance.
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