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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Thomas Barnickel
Maryland auditors who examined the state's badly flawed health exchange website were given redacted documents to review and produced a report that is limited and provides an incomplete understanding of the development of the site, the state's legislative auditor wrote.
Asked at a legislative hearing whether he sought documents that were not redacted, Barnickel said no, "because our charge was to just look at the documents that were being supplied to the public."
Thomas Barnickel, the state's legislative auditor, wrote that about 26 percent of the documents were redacted.