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Secrecy spreads as Washington’s landmark transparency law is shredded

A 'pivotal moment' for preserving peoples' right to know

(Graphic by Milt Priggee, courtesy of WashCOG)
By Mike Fancher Guest Writer
The people have a right to know. That was the idea in 1972 when a citizens’ Coalition for Open
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