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"For some local government agencies, waiting for the ultimate response is a way to put the whole thing off indefinitely," observed FoIFT executive director Nancy E.
Jack Loftis, vice president and editor of the Houston Chronicle and president of FOIFT, said his personal view is that "I would be reluctant to admit that we cannot stand by the First Amendment" when a journalist is threatened with subpoena while protecting his sources.
FOIFT board member John Henry, political editor of The Houston Chronicle, was upset by the decision to honor Rapoport and resigned in the fall of 1996.