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Thursday, February 18, 2010

Wyoming Coalition for Open Government Highlights Good and Bad Behavior

The Wyoming Coalition for Open Government handed out two awards to highlight good and bad behavior among state government officials.

The "First Amendment Hero" award went to Sweetwater County Attorney Brett Johnson for insisting that county commission meetings remain open when required by law.

The "Black Hole" award went to administrators of St. John's Medical Center in Jackson for withholding information about surgeries performed at the hospital.

For more about these award-winners, click here.

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