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House Strengthens Whistleblower Law For Fed Employees Including TSA

Whistleblowers have exposed wrongdoing in government that inspector generals and the media have often missed. They need more protection. Too often they find themselves being punished for stepping forward.

By Jim Abrams
Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The House voted yesterday to strengthen whistleblower protections for federal employees, including those working for the Transportation Security Administration and others employed in national security areas.
The bill also would create specific protections for those who expose abuses of authority by those trying to manipulate or censor scientific research in federal agencies for political purposes. Critics of the administration of former president George W. Bush alleged that scientific findings were often influenced by politics.
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