In its ruling Thursday, the Public Disclosure Commission agreed with Sound Transit’s contention that the release of protected cardholder email data to the Mass Transit Now campaign was an error made while complying with a public-records request.
In its ruling Thursday, the Public Disclosure Commission agreed with Sound Transit’s contention that the release of protected cardholder email data to the Mass Transit Now campaign was an error made while complying with a public-records request. Steve Ringman The Seattle Times
In its ruling Thursday, the Public Disclosure Commission agreed with Sound Transit’s contention that the release of protected cardholder email data to the Mass Transit Now campaign was an error made while complying with a public-records request. Steve Ringman The Seattle Times

Campaign watchdog decides Sound Transit did not break laws in release of ORCA emails

September 23, 2016 01:49 PM

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