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FOIA exemptions provide ample cover for bureaucrats hiding agency secrets,
transparency advocates say

Black columns run vertically down 700 pages, devoid of any information
about the federal workers who spent thousands of hours doing union work
while on the government payroll.

This is what the U.S. Department of
Agriculture<http://washingtonexaminer.com/section/agriculture>considers
public disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act.

In the name of protecting employees' privacy, USDA withheld their names,
duty stations, job titles, pay grades and salaries. It even deleted names
of the unions benefiting from the hours spent by these USDA workers who
continued to draw full pay and benefits, courtesy of the taxpayers.



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