N.J. Supreme Court delivers for transparency
It’s seemed, to me at least, that political and government culture has been moving away from transparency.
Dark money is ascendant and a law to curb it was never implemented. New Jersey’s open public records law, already pretty weak, got even weaker during Covid. And of course there are fewer reporters watching at the state and local levels of government.
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