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Bill would trample on public's right to know

May 16, 2013 | 1 Comment

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04:29 am - Tue, May 21 2013
troy prouty said:
Probably the biggest thing I miss about the State of Washingtion is the freedom it allows its citizens access to records of its government. If record request are not met, those responsible are fined. It seems like it is always a battle to get recrods here in Oregon. Almost like they are trying to hide something (which I don't think is the case), but it makes one wonder about the accountability to those they are suppose to be serving. We have seen it with PERS for example fighting to not release this and that.. I don't want our government to become out of the hands of the public.


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