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State law enables ordinary citizens

December 1, 2013

Think government has power over you, that you are helpless? Then you might want to think agai....

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MarcusY

Dec-02-13 7:25 AM

Yaw thinks the media should have to pay for information, like a commercial enterprise. Because that supports democracy... what a crony.

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MrShaman

Dec-02-13 5:58 AM

Office of Open Records- More employees, more bureaucracy, more pensions, more healthcare,.... more money spent. But, hey!!We can always raise taxes!!! - JohnZook

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Not to worry. T-Baggers are QUITE adept at distracting the "conservative"-base from any-and-all factual-data...when it's most-"appropriate".

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JohnZook

Dec-01-13 12:39 PM

Office of Open Records- More employees, more bureaucracy, more pensions, more healthcare,.... more money spent. But, hey!!We can always raise taxes!!!

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BillTriumph

Dec-01-13 11:40 AM

Rick M's district hosts the most dynamic and successful tourism program amongst 11 other peer counties, and yet this guy can't give it any credit because its success is tied to the Lycoming County Visitors Bureau and its Chamber staffing. Wish he would expend more energy on stopping job killing legislation instead of concocting such legislation.

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DavidBross

Dec-01-13 11:36 AM

Wow, how times change. Take a look at the artwork that goes with this article. You will probably have to get a hard copy. It is a clenched black fist with the phrase, "Power To The People". I bet if the editor had put that on the front page to symbolize the right of people to have access to public info back in 1968 when the two black athletes used that symbol at the Summer Olympics, he would have been run out of town on a rail.

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USABorn

Dec-01-13 8:25 AM

" Mirabito said he thinks the law could be strengthened in requiring hotel taxes to be more specifically reported."

Mirabito isn't going to rest until he can get control over the hotel taxes. He just won't let it go, even tho it is none of his business.

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