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For Unions, Less Transparency

Here's this, from today's Washington Times. Not a good development for the cause of transparency, which apparently doesn't apply to Administration allies:

The Obama administration, which has boasted about its efforts to make government more transparent, is rolling back rules requiring labor unions and their leaders to report information about their finances and compensation.

You can read the full story here.

And if you think this is a lousy idea, if you are pro-transparency, drop them an e-mail and let them know.


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