A bill designed to toughen protections for military whistleblowers has been introduced by four U.S. Senators who say that improving the provisions would encourage more military members to blow the whistle on sexual assault, fraud, waste, and abuse. The bill, dubbed the Warner-Collins-Kaine-Grassley Amendment for the senators who designed it, appears to enjoy strong bipartisan support. The measure is also backed by some 50 whistleblowers and organizations, including the Government Accountability Project (GAP), a group that has emerged in recent years to advocate for whistleblowers in all levels and branches of government. “Improving the military’s whistleblower system is an important ... Read More
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