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  • v  grant exemption or release to
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  • Editorial: It's time for tea in D. C.
    What a party. It wasn't really a reason for celebration, more a reason to let off steam, but whatever the motivation for Wednesday's demonstration near the U.S. Capitol - it was welcome.
    June 20, 2013 - Amarillo Globe-News
  • Gutting public's right to see records would be huge mistake
    Gov. Brown should veto the budget bill that would let official business escape scrutiny. Citizens' right to know what government is up to is paramount. SACRAMENTO — Given half a chance — any rationale at all — governments invariably will try to restrict the citizenry's access to public information. Especially if it might shine the light on official stupidity or misbehavior.        
    June 20, 2013 - Los Angeles Times

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