Ken Silberstein, what are you hiding?

Except: The court just ruled that an agency can do exactly that. All it has to do is tell its elected officials to work and communicate on personal computers. As long as they do that, the RTK law is useless in helping people find out what their elected officials are doing.

The actual dispute in question appears to be profoundly boring and technical; but the idea that local officials can neatly route around sunlight laws simply by using their personal computers is disturbing.

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