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Lawmakers might open more information to public

One bill now in the Legislature would require the government to release information when a person leaves an administrative post with a settlement or financial agreement, a proposal that one citizen advocate calls "one of the biggest things for sunshine and accountability issues in a long time."
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One bill now in the Legislature would require the government to release information when a person leaves an administrative post with a settlement or financial agreement, a proposal that one citizen advocate calls "one of the biggest things for sunshine and accountability issues in a long time."

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