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Monday, July 28, 2008

96% Support for Openness in Wisconsin...

In an editorial by the Wisconsin State Journal comes this little nugget:

If you think the public doesn’t care about open government laws — think again.

Virtually every Wisconsin resident — 96 percent — who responded to a recent survey expressed support for keeping government transparent and honest. In fact, Wisconsin citizens favored right-to-know laws more than any other proposal for making government work better.

The public made its views clear in 400 interviews recently conducted for the Midwest Democracy Network, an alliance of civic and political reform groups.

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