@9M8TVC7Veteran from Virginia answered…2yrs
Yes but add places that protect the sensitive nature of national security info while still making public the offenders.
@9M6MXVFWomen’s Equality from Wisconsin answered…2yrs
Yes, if the information obtained has been investigated and proven to be accurate.
@9M2QPLLWorking Family from North Carolina answered…2yrs
Yes, but only through appropriate formalized process.
@9LX6C3ZWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…2yrs
They should protect them and also their family to not get hurt.Its the police fault.
@9LR56YVGreen from Indiana answered…2yrs
Yes, and we should honor those whistleblower protection laws that are already on the books!
@9LNBCYRWorking Family from Wisconsin answered…2yrs
Yes, There must be clear and well defined process to whistleblowing
@9LGRWHVWomen’s Equality from California answered…2yrs
I never heard of a whistleblower, so I am unable to answer this question
@9LGBLPJWorking Family from Arkansas answered…2yrs
Yes, if the information is about something that can harm or very severely hurt our nation
@9LD4N5XRepublican from Oklahoma answered…2yrs
It depends on the information released, and the level of 'conflict of interest' by the government.
@9L25Y3WIndependent from Michigan answered…2yrs
No, they should also be held accountable for doing morally wrong actions.
@9KWN9L9Veteran from Florida answered…2yrs
No. Each case should be decided individually
@9KFF9DZVeteran from Colorado answered…2yrs
The current laws are sufficient
@9KDMC38Transhumanist from Illinois answered…2yrs
Yes, if whatever they blew the wistle on can be argued it was in the best interest of the American people.
@9KDF95HDemocrat from Georgia answered…2yrs
There are already laws that protect whistleblowers; Republicans in public office should be pu I shed for violating them
@9JVX4LYConstitution from North Carolina answered…2yrs
yes, they do provide the public good information about the governments wrongdoings
@9JLRS8HAmerican Solidarity from New York answered…2yrs
Whistle blowing has escalated out of control.
@9JLYQB4Democrat from California answered…2yrs
I do not have enough information to answer this.
@9JJH4RDWomen’s Equality from Tennessee answered…2yrs
We already have the Whistleblower Protection Act
@9HXR8GTWorking Family from Maryland answered…2yrs
yes, if it exposes corruption, wrong doing or illegal activity. There should be no penalties for doing the right thing.
@9HQ4YXTAmerican from California answered…2yrs
Yes, only if the information is fruitful.
@9HN3PRTVeteran from Kansas answered…2yrs
The government already has laws to protect whistle blowers
@Debbie-ColigadoWomen’s Equality from Illinois answered…2yrs
Yes, and there should be a neutral 3rd party that enables the sharing of information anonymously, yet doesn't disclose everything to the public if deemed to be a threat to national security.
@9HK88DMLibertarian from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs
Yes, if they aren't involved in the crime
@9HHR3CGWomen’s Equality from Virginia answered…2yrs
what are whistleblowers
@9HGF7VVVeteran from Georgia answered…2yrs
Only if the The purpose was to preserve our democracy, and not for political gain.
@9H8VZXTLibertarian from Indiana answered…2yrs
They don’t enforce the ones on the books already, what would more words on paper do?
@9H7DT2BWomen’s Equality from Missouri answered…2yrs
Yes, but only if the exposed acts threaten national security and the information is managed correctly.
@9H6CVBMSocialist from Minnesota answered…2yrs
Regardless of the government, whistleblowers should be protected.
@9H3BLGKVeteran from California answered…2yrs
Yes, only if the information is true.
@9H3BJPNRepublican from Wisconsin answered…2yrs
Yes, whistleblowers play an important role in keeping the government transparent
@9H2RHK7Republican from Wisconsin answered…2yrs
Only if the person has first hand information
@Stephen-Justus-M…Veteran from Missouri answered…2yrs
Yes if info wasn't illegally obtained and doesn't threaten national security.
@9GYZ7M6Veteran from Delaware answered…2yrs
Yes, but only if their information was obtained legally, and it shows actual criminal activity.
@9GV5ZRRVeteran from Michigan answered…2yrs
Yes, but only if there was no compensation to the whistleblower involved.
@9GSSNP2Socialist from Arkansas answered…2yrs
Yes, Under the 1st Amendment of Free Speech
@9GPGG96Republican from Montana answered…2yrs
Current status quo is sufficient
@9GK4Z7KConstitution from Indiana answered…2yrs
Only if it is obtained legally and proven true
@9G9HMNZDemocrat from Georgia answered…2yrs
No, we already have them.
@9G6LY63Working Family from California answered…2yrs
Only if the information provided can be proven to be true and not coerced or framed
@9G4GSB9Constitution from Tennessee answered…2yrs
These laws already exist. The problem is when people abuse the whistle blower act and fabricate information.
@9F98ZMYWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…2yrs
Not enough research.
@9F8J6C8Peace and Freedom from Washington answered…2yrs
Not Informed enough to form opinion
@B36T9TQIndependent from Massachusetts answered…3mos
No and increase punishments for whistleblowers.
@B2KD3ZXSocialist from Ohio answered…4mos
Yes, it is important to protect the media, the truth, and all who expose the truth.
@9ZZY2BJAmerican Solidarity from Texas answered…5mos
I am neutral on this situation
@9Z582R6Constitution from Missouri answered…6mos
Yes, but only if the information was legally obtained
and only if releasing the information does not threaten our national security
@9Y7V4SHDemocrat from Michigan answered…8mos
Yes only if the whistle blower can argue that it is something very important which the people need to know.
@9XKQQJZVeteran from Florida answered…9mos
No. The current protections are too broad. Whistleblowers that are political operatives should not have the same protections as whistleblowers that provide information that exposes dangerous policies.
@9PV7HDWWomen’s Equality from South Carolina answered…2yrs
Yes, if they don’t, they are violating their freedom of speech.
@9PTVZ5RWomen’s Equalityfrom Maine answered…2yrs
Not informed enough on this topic to make a decision.
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