Jun 192015
 June 19, 2015  Posted by  Laws, U.S.

WTE reports:

A legislative panel is considering a plan to add both privacy and open-government protections to Wyoming’s constitution.

The Legislature’s Task Force on Digital Information Privacy voted today to have legislative staff draft a proposed constitutional amendment that guarantees citizens both a “right to individual privacy” and a “right to know” about government business.

The group also voted to have legislative staff draft two separate amendments so the “right to privacy” and “right to know” protections could be considered individually.

Read more on Wyoming Tribune Eagle.

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