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The U.S. Department of Justice is battling historians and journalists over whether federal judges can unseal grand jury transcripts in old cases of historical significance.

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Jonathan Ringel

Jonathan Ringel is managing editor of the Daily Report, the ALM newspaper in Atlanta. He can be reached at jringel@alm.com. Twitter: @jonathanringel

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