EDITORIAL: Public deserves more state accountability on Montwheeler

After two people died on a highway outside Ontario in January, state health officials kept mum. They said they couldn’t breathe a word about the suspect, Anthony W. Montwheeler. But they had plenty to say when it turned out that public records would be released to illuminate the state’s actions in his case.

They had an after-hours meeting with a key legislator to urge a change to state law to make such . . .

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