Disclosure Petition Response
The White House has responded to the Disclosure Petition. The final signature count was 12,078. As expected it was written by a low level staffer from the Office of Science and Technology Policy - a research assistant. The response was unacceptable. The response page (link above) includes a Feedback option. Much feedback is expected.
PRG will address the White House response on Monday, November 7 via an international press release and op-ed submissions to various newspapers.
In a short while PRG will begin to pre-promote a new petition relevant to the Disclosure process. This petition will then be submitted to We the People and an effort will be made to garnish the 25,000 signatures in 30 days (the new threshold) required for another formal response. Those who have signed previously will not have to register again to sign the next petition.
PRG will continue to keep the Disclosure issue front and center within this attempt at participatory democracy by the Obama administration.
Updates are archived at: www.paradigmresearchgroup.org/Press_Releases/Updates.html
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There is a group of people in America that may be more committed to prying documents from the government than just about anyone else
On May 3, 2013 members of the Citizen Hearing on Disclosure Committee and Hearing witnesses representing ten UN member nations met at the National Press Club