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Activists assert secrecy is Cheney's hallmark

Say he has led efforts to curtail flow of information

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / February 17, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- Criticism rained down on Vice President Dick Cheney this week for failing to disclose his hunting accident to the public for a day, but advocates of open government said the episode was nothing new. For five years, they said, Cheney has led the Bush administration's efforts to curtail the flow of government information. (Full article: 954 words)

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