Sen. Curtis King, right, co-chairman of the Legislative Task Force on Public Records, tells media attorney Kathy George that lawmakers should be able to keep some of their records from the public just as newspapers sometimes use anonymous sources. King, R-Yakima, is flanked by Rep. Larry Springer, D-Kirkland, the group’s other co-chairman, at a meeting Tuesday.
Sen. Curtis King, right, co-chairman of the Legislative Task Force on Public Records, tells media attorney Kathy George that lawmakers should be able to keep some of their records from the public just as newspapers sometimes use anonymous sources. King, R-Yakima, is flanked by Rep. Larry Springer, D-Kirkland, the group’s other co-chairman, at a meeting Tuesday. Jim Camden The (Spokane) Spokesman-Review
Sen. Curtis King, right, co-chairman of the Legislative Task Force on Public Records, tells media attorney Kathy George that lawmakers should be able to keep some of their records from the public just as newspapers sometimes use anonymous sources. King, R-Yakima, is flanked by Rep. Larry Springer, D-Kirkland, the group’s other co-chairman, at a meeting Tuesday. Jim Camden The (Spokane) Spokesman-Review