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Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Oregon attorney general suggests government transparency reforms

from the Portland Business Journal:
Oregon Attorney General John Kroger on Thursday released a Government Transparency Report that highlights problems with the state's public records and public meetings laws and offers remedies.

The 16-page report is based on hundreds of comments collected in six public meetings across Oregon.

Read more from the Business Journal here, and view the full report available from the NFOIC site.

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