A recent state auditor’s survey of public disclosure practices and costs put a $60.9 million price tag on the cost of fulfilling public-records requests. It could be a vehicle for revising disclosure laws, but information gaps and loose methodology raise concerns.
A recent state auditor’s survey of public disclosure practices and costs put a $60.9 million price tag on the cost of fulfilling public-records requests. It could be a vehicle for revising disclosure laws, but information gaps and loose methodology raise concerns. Ciaran Griffin Thinkstock image
A recent state auditor’s survey of public disclosure practices and costs put a $60.9 million price tag on the cost of fulfilling public-records requests. It could be a vehicle for revising disclosure laws, but information gaps and loose methodology raise concerns. Ciaran Griffin Thinkstock image

Auditor’s public disclosure report, a possible tool for revising state law, draws praise and skepticism

October 01, 2016 4:58 PM

More Videos

  • Here's what Jay Inslee has to say over beers | Capitol Happy Hour

    Gov. Jay Inslee joins reporter Melissa Santos to talk over beer and tater tots. Included: Inslee's favorite TV shows, what movie he thinks describes the 2017 Legislature, and his plans for advancing taxes on capital gains and carbon emissions. Filmed July 27, 2017, at Charlie's Bar and Grill in Olympia.