Letter: Feds should have nothing to hide

Regarding “Court considers dismissing JPL HSPD-12 lawsuit”: All these people work for the U.S. government. There is always material around an office/lab that should not be widespread. If these workers won't agree to a background check, what are they trying to hide? Give them 90 days to take the background check -- or send them out the door!

Gordon J. Dey


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