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February 06, 2013

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Jim Hobson

How could any honest person take action to block access to information that is crucial to serving justice? If the House bipartisan legal advisory committee supports this it makes me wonder if they are not seeking to hide from view, and protect from prosecution, what may be rampant in our Capitol. This alone smells of corruption.

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