Editorials and Op-eds on Coverage of Anti-Leaks Provisions

FY2013 Senate Intelligence Authorization Bill Coverage of Anti-Leaks Provisions
December 2012
Washington Posteditorial, “Balancing U.S. secrets with the public’s right to know (Nov. 29, 2012) 
LA Times editorial, “Taking a hammer to ‘leaks’” (Nov. 23, 2012)
Oregonian editorial, “Intelligent questions on intelligence bill” (Nov. 14, 2012)
Tampa Bay Timeseditorial, “Bill erodes public's right to know” (Nov. 13, 2012)
San Francisco Chronicleeditorial, “Curbing security leaks won't aid public” (Aug. 4, 2012)
New York Times editorial, “A Pernicious Drive Toward Secrecy” (Aug. 2, 2012)
Washington Posteditorial, “A bill to stop security leaks puts a plug on democracy” (July 30, 2012)
LA Times editorial, “Congress' war on leaks” (June 8, 2012)
Leonard Downie, Washington Post,  “Why we don’t need another law against intelligence leaks (Dec. 6, 2012)
Bill Keller, New York Times, “The Leak Police” (Aug. 5, 2012)
Patrick Pexton, Washington Post, “Leaks bill: bad for journalism, bad for the public” (Aug. 3, 2012)
John Hudson, Atlantic Wire, “Sorry Senators, No One Likes Your Anti-Leaking Bill” (Aug. 1, 2012)
David Ignatius, Washington Post, “Senate's anti-leaking bill doesn’t address the real sources of information” (July 31, 2012)
Walter Pincus, Washington Post, “Lawmakers, media are duplicitous on leaks” (July 31, 2012)
Cora Currier, Pro Publica, “Washington's War On Leaks, Explained” (Aug. 4, 2012)
UPI, “Critic: Leaks bill unconstitutional” (Aug. 2, 2012)
Josh Gerstein and Scott Wong, Politico, “Bill to plug leaks doesn’t reach White House” (July 31, 2012)
Greg Miller, Washington Post, “Anti-leak measure targets background briefings” (July 30, 2012)
“Feinstein acknowledged that she knew of no evidence tying those leaks or others to background sessions…”