Public access could become much tougher, if bills pass in Legislature
Letters to the Editor
Two bills making their way through Washington Legislature aim to take away the public’s right to transparent government and review of public decision making. If your city, or the state ever made a decision you questioned, or if you joined a committee to have your city council members or state officials hear your side of a controversy, then write your senator and representative immediately and stop House Bills HB 1128 and HB 1185.
Laws on our books protect citizens’ rights to information, RCW 42.56.030 “The People, in delegating authority do not give their public servants the right to...
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