Resignation of Oregon public records advocate stirs doubts via Statesmen Journal

Andrew Selsky, Associated Press Published 1:16 p.m. PT Sept. 13, 2019

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown came to office pledging greater government transparency, and in 2017 pushed the Legislature to create a first-ever public records advocate.

Now, the abrupt resignation of advocate Ginger McCall, who accused Brown’s general counsel of undue influence and unethical behavior, has blown up into a debacle for the governor.

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SOURCEStatesman Journal
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