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Copyright Office should modernize its operation

The U.S. House Judiciary Committee has mulled its way through 16 well-attended and sometimes contentious hearings on comprehensive copyright reform since 2013. Thursday’s hearing—“the U.S. Copyright Office: Its Function and Resources—sounds like one that keen copyright followers might think is mundane enough to skip, but they would be wrong. The…

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“Face-to-Face with Congress” advocacy webinar

Those of you interested in advocating on behalf of libraries might be interested in this one. The Congressional Management Foundation will be hosting a webinar entitled, “Face-to-Face with Congress: Before, During, & After Meeting with Lawmakers” on December 17, 2014 at 1pm EST. Using information pulled from a series of…

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CRS Resolution Introduced in the House

Yesterday advances were made in improving transparency in the federal government. Reps. Mike Quigley (IL-5) and Leonard Lance (NJ-07) introduced the Congressional Research Service Electronic Accessibility Resolution of 2012 (House Resolution 727), a resolution that creates a publicly available database of Congressional Research Service (CRS) reports and would thereby “enhance…

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