Policy briefings: lost in the Grokster shuffle?

Everyone else seems to be focusing on Grokster today, so I wanted to mention something else of note. A group called the Center for Democracy and Technology has made public copies of short briefs on current political issues (Washington Post story). Usually, only members of Congress have access to them.

“Taxpayers pay $100 million a year for this resource, yet they don’t have ready access to it,” said CDT spokesman David McGuire. “We don’t think they should have to pay twice to get their hands on it.”