Sunday, July 5, 2015

Open records and Scott Walker's concerns with constituents' privacy

Photos credit:  State of Wisconsin

An excerpt from Scott Walker, Republican leaders remove open records restrictions from Wisconsin budget.  (Capital Times, 7/5/2015)

The privacy of these constituents?
And the behind-closed-doors 'deliberative process' that led to motion #999 is at the crux of the problem here.

Related posts:
Scott Walker does David Bowie.  (7/4/2015)
Open records and Scott Walker's irresolute response.  (7/4/2015) 
When it comes to transparency, ALEC wants to have it both ways.  (7/4/2015)
You have to wonder what dictionary Joint Finance co-chair John Nygren is working from.  (7/3/2015) 
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos's definition of transparency: All the self-serving Republican news releases I see fit to print
Good question, Albert Darling. So why the lack of transparency in Wisconsin? (7/3/2015)

1 comment:

lufthase said...

Also, if he's going for "constituents' privacy" maybe he'd want to do (or at least say) something about the recall signers blacklists that are floating around. Anybody who was eligible to sign the recall was by definition Walker's constituent.