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- Judge John Cleland on Sandusky trial, news organizations and the ‘Twitter’ ban
- Matthew Diehl’s court documents related to Rodney Miller’s death, other cases
- Eight York County school districts approved to raise tax rates higher than state ceiling
- Thoughts from open records advocates on proposed amendments to right-to-know law
- Time-response log definition — including location — part of proposed amendments to Pa.’s right-to-know law
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- Barb Harman on York County school superintendent contracts are online
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- 12/5 Morning Buzz | PoliticsPA on Pa. lottery: State senator asks Corbett for copy of company’s privatization bid
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Monthly Archives: January 2013
If you want to know how much business York County has done with someone, you can do so by requesting the county’s contracts with and payments to individual businesses.
Check out education reporter Angie Mason’s post about the York County school superintendents’ contracts she has collected online.
Pennsylvania state lawmakers send what are called co-sponsorship memos to each other, seeking support for legislation they plan to propose. Those memos are now available online.