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Contact: John Barnes
jbarnes [at] washingtonpolicy [dot] org | 206-937-9691
Olympia – Attorney General Rob McKenna and State Auditor Brian Sonntag, two of the state’s strongest advocates for transparent and accountable government, have written a letter to legislators encouraging them to adopt the Washington Policy Center’s (WPC) proposal for a constitutional amendment to improve legislative transparency.
Their letter reads: