Public Participation Project Signs Letter Urging Passage of Free Flow of Information Act
The Public Participation Project recently signed a letter urging the United States Senate to pass S. 448, The Free Flow of Information Act (Reporter Shield bill). This bill, which has passed the House of Representatives and has bipartisan support in the Senate, allows a reporter to protect confidential sources in certain situations. This legislation is critical to ensuring a free and open public debate in America. A copy of the letter can be found here.
Please take a moment to read the blog entry on SiteJabber, the online review website, by Public Participation Project’s Founder and President Mark Goldowitz and Legislative Director Peter Kurdock detailing the need for Federal Anti-SLAPP legislation. Please click here for the blog entry.