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  • As a result of the ACLU's request, the ethics board has ordered its subordinate agency, the Office of Open Government, to investigate, open government director Traci Hughes said.

    ACLU slams Gray on issues of transparency →

  • "Hopefully, the Mayor's Office and the agencies mentioned in Mr. Mulhauser's letter will be forthcoming and candid regarding the reasons for the backlog, and address the complaint that there appears to be a shutdown of the FOIA process," Ms. Hughes wrote in a statement about the investigation.

    ACLU slams Gray on issues of transparency →

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