Oh, Never Mind. Lumberjack Instead

I was going to write something pithy about the wonkerness with this article, in which they kind of failed to mention that it is a Democratic run Legislature and Governor that is causing the issue in North Carolina

 States have steadily limited the public’s access to government information since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, a new Associated Press analysis of laws in all 50 states has found. Legislatures have passed more than 1,000 laws changing access to information, approving more than twice as many measures that restrict information as laws that open government books.

Some things your government doesn’t have to tell you about:

• The safety plan at your child’s school, if you live in Iowa.

• Medication errors at your grandparent’s nursing home in North Carolina.

• Disciplinary actions against Indiana state employees.

In North Carolina, new advisory committees set up to examine medication errors in nursing homes keep their meetings and records confidential, though the medication error rates found in separate home inspections that exceed a higher, federal standard can be accessed through the federal government.

But, forget all that. Monty Python

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3 Responses to “Oh, Never Mind. Lumberjack Instead”

  1. Jeff H says:

    Thanks, it’s been way too long since I’ve seen that.

  2. It’s always a good one!

  3. Ogre says:

    ** singing along **

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