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Browsing Office and Coalition Letters by Issue Date

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  • Nisbet, Miriam; Adler, Prudence S.; Oakley, Robert (2003)
    Letter from Miriam Nisbet, Prudence S. Adler, and Robert Oakley on behalf of the American Library Association, the Association of Research Libraries, and the American Association of Law Libraries to Florida Governor John ...
  • Nisbet, Miriam; Adler, Prudence S.; Oakley, Robert (2003-06-13)
    Letter from Miriam Nisbet, Prudence S. Adler, and Robert Oakley on behalf of the American Library Association, the Association of Research Libraries, and the American Association of Law Libraries to Jeffrey Kovar, Assistant ...
  • Nisbet, Miriam; Baish, Mary Alice; Adler, Prudence S. (2004)
    Letter from Miriam Nisbet, Mary Alice Baish, and Prudence S. Adler on behalf of the American Library Association to Chairman Al O'Brien of the Washington State Legislature's House Criminal Justice & Courts Committee
  • Nisbet, Miriam; Adler, Prudence S.; Oakley, Robert (2004-03-25)
    Letter from Miriam Nisbet, Prudence S. Adler, and Robert Oakley on behalf of the American Library Association, the Association of Research Libraries, and the American Association of Law Libraries to Jeffrey Kovar, Assistant ...
  • American Association of Law Libraries; Association of Research Libraries; Computer & Communications Industry Association; Consumer Electronics Retailers Coalition; Digital Future Coalition; MCI; SBC; U.S. Internet Service Provider Association; Verizon; American Library Association; BellSouth Corporation; Consumer Electronics Association; DigitalConsumer.org; Home Recording Rights Coalition; Public Knowledge; U.S. Internet Industry Association; U.S. Telecomm Association (2004-08-24)
    Letter from various organizations to Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist and Minority Leader Tom Daschle, as well as Chairman Orrin G. Hatch and Ranking Member Patrick J. Leahy of the Committee on the Judiciary
  • Irons, Jessica Jones (2005-03-25)
    Letter submitted by Jessica Jones Irons on behalf of the National Humanities Alliance to Jule L. Sigall, Associate Register for Policy & International Affairs of the U.S. Copyright Office
  • Nisbet, Miriam; Adler, Prudence S.; Oakley, Robert (2005-04-22)
    Letter from Miriam Nisbet, Prudence S. Adler, and Robert Oakley on behalf of the American Association of Law Libraries, the American Library Association, and the Association of Research Libraries to Jeffrey Kovar, Assistant ...
  • Newcomb, Douglas (2005-09-19)
    Letter submitted by Douglas Newcomb, director of public policy, to Chairman Ted Stevens.
  • Newcomb, Douglas W. (2005-09-19)
    Letter from Douglas W. Newcomb on behalf of the Library Copyright Alliance to Chairman Ted Stevens of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation
  • Newcomb, Douglas W. (2005-10-18)
    Letter from Douglas W. Newcomb on behalf of the Library Copyright Alliance to Chairman Lamar Smith of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Courts, the Internet, and Intellectual Property
  • Sheketoff, Emily (2006-06-21)
    Letter submitted by Emily Sheketoff to Chairman Ted Stevens and Ranking Member Daniel Inouye.
  • Oakley, Robert; Nisbet, Miriam; Adler, Prudence; Funk, Carla; Newcomb, Doug (2007-03-21)
    Letter submitted by the Library Copyright Alliance to the U.S House of Representatives.
  • Adler, Prudence (2007-08-01)
    Letter submitted by Prudence Adler to Chairman Deborah Platt Majoras.
  • American Library Association; Association of Research Libraries; Broadband Service Providers Association; Center for Democracy & Technology; Computer and Communications Industry Association; Consumer Electronics Association; CTIA – The Wireless Association; Electronic Frontier Foundation; Free Press; Home Recording Rights Coalition; Internet Commerce Coalition; NetCoalition; Public Knowledge; TechAmerica; US Internet Industry Association; USTelecom (2009-03-17)
    Letter submitted by various organizations to Edwin S. Kneedler.
  • American Association of Law Libraries; American Library Association; Association of Research Libraries; Center for Democracy and Technology; Computer and Communications Industry Association; Consumer Electronics Association; Consumers Union; EDUCAUSE; Electronic Frontier Foundation; Entertainment Consumers Association; Essential Action; Home Recording Rights Coalition; Internet Archive; Knowledge Ecology International; NetCoalition; Public Knowledge; Special Libraries Association; U.S. Public Interest Research Group; Wikimedia Foundation (2009-04-02)
    : Letter submitted by various organizations to President Barak Obama.
  • Association of American Law Libraries; American Library Association; Association of Research Libraries; Computer & Communications Industry Association; Consumer Electronics Association; EFF-Austin; Electronic Frontier Foundation; Entertainment Consumers Association; Home Recording Rights Coalition; Medical Library Association; NetCoalition; Public Knowledge (2009-07-06)
    Letter submitted by various organizations to Chairman John F. Kerry.
  • Band, Jonathon; Clark, Jeff; Coppa, Francesca; Decherney, Peter; Handman, Gary; Hobbs, Renee; Jackson, Carleton; Kaiser, Mark; Quinn, Gordon; Rife, Martine; Turk, Tisha; Tushnet, Rebecca; Lohmann, Fred (2009-07-09)
    Letter submitted by various individuals to Principal Legal Advisor, Rob Kasunic
  • American Association of Law Libraries; American Association of University Professors; American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression; American Library Association; American Society of News Editors; Association of American Publishers; Association of Research Libraries; Bill of Rights Defense Committee – BORDC; Californians Aware; Cause of Action; Center for Effective Government (formerly OMB Watch); Center for Media and Democracy; Center for Science and Democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists; Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington – CREW; Defending Dissent Foundation; DownsizeDC.org, Inc.; Electronic Frontier Foundation – EFF; Electronic Privacy Information Center – EPIC; First Amendment Coalition; Freedom of Information Center at the Missouri School of Journalism; Freedom to Read Foundation; Friends of the Earth; Government Accountability Project – GAP; iSolon.org; The James Madison Project; Liberty Coalition; Mine Safety and Health News; National Coalition Against Censorship; National Coalition for History; National Freedom of Information Coalition; National Priorities Project; National Security Archive; National Security Counselors; OpenTheGovernment.org; Project On Government Oversight – POGO; Society of American Archivists; Society of Professional Journalists; Special Libraries Association; Taxpayers for Common Sense; Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse – TRAC; Tully Center for Free Speech at Syracuse University; Understanding Government; Utah Foundation for Open Government; Washington Civil Rights Council; Washington Coalition for Open Government (2013-02-19)
    Letter submitted from various organizations to Chairman Darrell Issa and Ranking Member Elijah Cummings.
  • American Association of Law Libraries; American Association of University Professors (AAUP); American Library Association; Association of Research Libraries; Center for Democracy and Technology; Center for Effective Government (formerly OMB Watch); Center for Responsive Politics; Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW); Center for Science and Democracy, Union of Concerned Scientists; Data Transparency Coalition; Defending Dissent Foundation; Essential Government; Free Government Information; Government Accountability Project; Humane Research; Jeremy Bigwood; Investigative Newsource; iSolon.org; National Coalition for History; National Freedom of Information Coalition; National Priorities Project; National Security Counselors; Northern California Association of Law Libraries; Object Management Group, Inc.; Open CRS; OpenTheGovernment.org; Project on Government Oversight (POGO); Society of Professional Journalists; Sunlight Foundation; Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC); Understanding Government; Utah Foundation for Open Government; Washington Coalition for Open Government (2013-03-01)
    Letter submitted by various organizations to Leonard Lance and Mike Quigley.
  • American Association of Law Libraries; American Association of University Professors; American Library Association; Center for Effective Government (formerly OMB Watch); Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington – CREW; Community Research; Defending Dissent Foundation; Free Government Information; Freedom of Information Center at the Missouri School of Journalism; Government Accountability Project – GAP; InvestigateWest; iSolon.org; National Coalition Against Censorship; National Coalition for History; National Freedom of Information Coalition; National Security Counselors; New England Center for Investigative Reporting; OpenTheGovernment.org; Peacefire.org; Society of American Archivists; Society of Professional Journalists; Special Libraries Association; Sunlight Foundation; Tully Center for Free Speech at Syracuse University; Utah Foundation for Open Government; Washington Coalition for Open Government (2013-03-12)
    Letter submitted by various organizations to Darrell Issa, Candice Miller, Elijah Cummings, and Robert Brady.

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