For Immediate Release
Peter Bjork 202.408.5565
CREW and Open Government Groups Urge Access to All Gulf Oil Spill Monitoring Data
WASHINGTON - On Wednesday, CREW and 37 advocates for open government sent a letter
to President Obama urging that he give public access to all monitoring
data related to the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. As the American
people begin to deal with one of the worst environmental disasters in
our nation's history, this data will prove to be of great national
here to read the groups' letter.
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