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As a little experiment in transparency, MuckRock set out to file for pet licensing data for the most populous city in each state. After waiting a month for Wichita, Kansas and 11 days for Minneapolis, Minnesota we expected to find purr-fectly aligned rows and columns filled with dog names - instead, the cat overlords struck again, and we were met with a combined fee of over $100. You cat to be kitten me.
As a little experiment in transparency, MuckRock set out to file for pet licensing data for the most populous city in each state. The response from Jacksonville, Florida will have you wondering whether or not the state statutes are really protecting their citizen’s privacy, or - the more logical conclusion - serving the whims of their cat overlords.
As early as 1962, there were issues with Central Intelligence Agency employees marrying “aliens.” There was a set procedure for those looking to wed someone who was not born in the states, and as always, romance and government paperwork did not mix well.
In the mid-1970s, the CIA had an extremely low number of Hispanic employees, which, given the agency’s extensive involvement in Latin and Caribbean nations might come as a surprise. As a solution to the Agency’s disproportionate representation of the nation’s second largest minority, the agency hired a Hispanic Program Coordinator (HPC). Less than four years later, the unnamed and unthanked program coordinator resigned, having increased the Agency’s Hispanic employee population to an entire one percent.
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|Boston Universirty's Federal Financial Aid Statistics||No Responsive Documents||Department of Education||Massachusetts|
|FDA: Coluracetam||Fix Required||Food and Drug Administration||United States of America|
|FDA: Oxiracetam||Awaiting Acknowledgement||Food and Drug Administration||United States of America|
|FDA: Piracetam (aka Nootropil, Breinox, Dinagen, Lucetam, Nootropyl, Oikamid)||No Responsive Documents||Food and Drug Administration||United States of America|
|FDA: Pramiracetam (aka Pramistar)||Awaiting Acknowledgement||Food and Drug Administration||United States of America|