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Editorial: Lawmakers should ‘lyft’ the veil on ride-share records | Opinion | eagletribune.com

“Our greatest asset in Massachusetts is our civic-minded citizenry and it is my hope that (records reform) will foster increased and productive engagement from the public,” House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo said in a statement after the Legislature approved the changes. It took years of fighting on the part of open-government advocates to bring about […]

“Our greatest asset in Massachusetts is our civic-minded citizenry and it is my hope that (records reform) will foster increased and productive engagement from the public,” House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo said in a statement after the Legislature approved the changes.

It took years of fighting on the part of open-government advocates to bring about the changes, the first in 40 years. Sadly, there is no evidence the Legislature is entering a new era of transparency.

Source: Editorial: Lawmakers should ‘lyft’ the veil on ride-share records | Opinion | eagletribune.com

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