On America’s 190th birthday in 1966, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the “Freedom of Information Act,” a law he described as crucial to the democratic principles of our country.
And FOIA, as it now known, has since become a cornerstone of government openness and individual rights, and was most recently renewed in 2014.
The idea is simple: provide American citizens with information and space to complain regarding the country’s most pressing issues: national security, policy making and ketchup packets.
Yes, ketchup packets.
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