State Secrets

Number 13592
Subject State Government
Source Tribune-Review (Greensburg
Year 1996
Publication Date August 4 - 9, 1996
Summary The Tribune-Review details how Pennsylvania taxpayers have paid $26.5 million since 1975 to settle litigation arising from the misdeeds and misadventures of public officials ranging from the governor to volunteer fish commissioners. The series reveals how government agencies continued to seek court orders that seal settlements from public view despite a 1993 appellate court ruling that held such settlements are public. (August 4 - 9, 1996)
Category Contest Entry
Pages 24
Keywords Erdley Gazarik CAR State secrets Contest entry Courts Litigation Politics 24 pgs.
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