Despite recurring scandals in Bell, Vernon, Commerce, Cudahy, Lynwood, San Fernando and other local cities, Governor Brown is about to sign legislation that could limit access to basic government records — the kind used to scrutinize the actions of bureaucrats and elected officials. He asked for language in the state budget that's passed the Assembly and Senate. Anthony York reports from Sacramento for the Los Angeles Times.
Will State Budget Gut Open Records Law?
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