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May 5, 2013 2:11 PM

EDITORIAL: Secrecy lobby blocking access to public information in California

The closed-door process that is being used to select the next Fresno State president is an example of a growing secrecy that is being used by public officials to make decisions without involving the citizens who pay the bills. Across California, a secrecy lobby of government leaders is working to block public access to decisions, documents and details of the inner workings of government.

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