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Ige’s Rationale To Veto The Public Records Bill Doesn’t Pass The Smell Test

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Gov. David Ige is considering vetoing a bill that calls for greater government transparency. The bill would cap the costs charged for reproduction of certain government records. Public interest requests are a small fraction of all the requests made statewide. Ige unwisely heeded the alarm from his agencies and suspended the state's public records law.
1 month ago·Honolulu, United States

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Ige’s Rationale To Veto The Public Records Bill Doesn’t Pass The Smell Test

The governor should drop the excuses, disregard staff whining and allow this important government accountability legislation to become law.The post Ige’s Rationale To Veto The Public Records Bill Doesn’t Pass The Smell Test appeared first on Honolulu Civil Beat.

1 month ago·Honolulu, United States
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