COLUMN: New arena opens to protect your access to government information

The phrase “public records” isn’t exactly a great conversation starter at the coffee shop.

People don’t grab chairs or scoot up closer to hear more. They suddenly get real busy – with anything else.

But behind that phrase is something that should be dear to everyone at a coffee shop or anyplace else: Good, honest government.

That’s why I have agreed to serve on a new government board – the state Public Records Advisory . . .

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