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  • AP, other media sue for info from Washington state lawmakers

    A coalition of news outlets led by the AP is suing the Washington Legislature over its assertion that lawmakers aren't required to turn over calendars, text messages and other work materials.

A coalition of news outlets led by the AP is suing the Washington Legislature over its assertion that lawmakers aren't required to turn over calendars, text messages and other work materials. Associated Press
A coalition of news outlets led by the AP is suing the Washington Legislature over its assertion that lawmakers aren't required to turn over calendars, text messages and other work materials. Associated Press

These public servants think their records aren’t your business. We’re suing to change that

September 12, 2017 9:12 AM