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SBD/Issue 223/Law & Politics
“Game Of Shadows” Authors Must Reveal Grand Jury Sources
Published August 16, 2006
|Judge Orders Williams (l) And Fainaru-Wada
To Reveal Source Of BALCO Testimony
NOT IN TIME: In N.Y., Red & Thompson report Burton and the other Hearst attorneys “had hoped that a shield law ... would make it through Congress in time to help protect the reporters.” However, the Free Flow of Information Act, which is sponsored by U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter (R-PA), “is not scheduled to be reviewed until Sept. 14 in a House subcommittee hearing” (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 8/16).