HSPD-12 Update

Injunction in NASA-JPL background checks extended, AP

"A federal appeals court on Thursday extended an injunction sought by more than two dozen workers at NASA's premier robotic exploration lab who claim a Bush administration directive requiring background checks invaded their privacy. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last week issued an order that enjoined NASA through Thursday after a lower court sided with the government. The new order means the injunction remain in place during the appeal process. A hearing was scheduled for December."

Text of Court Order (PDF)

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