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Pitts’ bill dies


Nick Todaro[email protected]

A bill co-written by local state Rep. Jim Pitts that has the stated intent of increasing government transparency has been road-blocked by a procedural snag.

House Bill 14, which would provide taxpayers with information about government spending and debt, was returned to the House Appropriations Committee because of inconsistencies between meeting minutes and committee hearing summaries after consideration in the Subcommittee on Budget Transparency and Reform.

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