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Re: Demand for More Information from the MISC SteeringCommittee
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All,The MISC Steering Committee sent out the below a little while ago regarding the WPEA.
"We are trying alternate paths for issues we couldn’t complete in this bill before recess. We willcontinue to report as progress is made on that front, and with S. 743 passage."
Many people, including "prominent whistleblowers" and advocates have asked me to make a demand onthe community behalf to know what "alternative paths" are being tried and what "issues" are beingaddressed with which members of Congress.Mr. Devine & Ms. Canterbury, please respond immediately. The lack of transparency and refusal torespond to requests for information is a harm to everyone. Thank you for your cooperation in thismatter.Best,EvyOn Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 12:32 PM, Shanna Devine <email@example.com> wrote:Dear MISC Members,
our contacts in Congress
just authorized public release of the bill. It can be viewedhere:http://bit.ly/QFy66aAgain, thank you for working to get the bill this far. While it does not have all of the improvements wehave fought for, it includes very significant reforms and does not roll back any rights. A full list of reformsin S. 743 can be found here:http://www.whistleblower.org/program-areas/legislation/wpea/the-protections We are trying alternate paths for issues we couldn’t complete in this bill before recess. We will continueto report as progress is made on that front, and with S. 743 passage.Thank you,MISC Steering Committee
Shanna DevineInvestigator, Legislative Campaign Coord.Government Accountability Project 1612 K St NW, Suite 1100 Washington, DC 20006 (202) 457-0034 ext. 132 (voice)(202) 457-0059(fax)Email: