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  • Public Records Law changes likely

    CommonWealth Magazine - 01/02/2014

    Walter Robinson, a former investigative reporter at the Boston Globe who is now a professor of journalism at Northeastern University, said state lawmakers shouldn’t need a special commission to tell them their actions should be subject to public scrutiny. “It has been 233 years since the ratification of the Massachusetts Constitution and its Declaration of Rights, which established the principle of open government and freedom of the press,” Robinson said.