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Utah Works To Repeal Anti-Transparency Law

March 23rd, 2011 03:05 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


Foldarn writes “Recently on Slashdot, Utah’s Governor was honored with the Blackhole Award. Governor Herbert has now released a statement and a meeting with a concrete date to repeal the opaque law from the books in an effort to stay in offi… err, restore confidence in the public. The law added time for lawmakers to respond to information requests, removed the number of items that can be requested, and increased the prices of those same items. It’s currently scheduled to become law this summer.”

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