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Offices of individual legislators are “agencies” under Washington’s Public Records Act and subject to its general disclosure mandate, the state’s Supreme Court ruled. However, the state’s Senate, House of Representatives and Legislature are not “agencies” and are subject to a narrower disclosure mandate.

OLYMPIA, Wash. – Offices of individual legislators are “agencies” under Washington’s Public Records Act and subject to its general disclosure mandate, the state’s Supreme Court ruled. However, the state’s Senate, House of Representatives and Legislature are not “agencies” and are subject to a narrower disclosure mandate.

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