Transparency in government is a great ideal, but like so many things it can be somewhat less than ideal in practice.
Take, for example, the edict of Initiative 960 that the Office of Financial Management let the public know the cost of legislation that could tap the state treasury. Excellent idea, because one never knows what the Legislature will dream up when all that brainpower is assembled in Olympia. . .
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