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Don't bother asking, Virginia FOIA panel tells outsiders

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RICHMOND — A subcommittee mostly comprised of state employees dropped a bill Tuesday that would have expanded rights to public records to non-Virginians. A majority of the five members present at a meeting of the Freedom of Information Advisory Council, including Stephanie Hamlett, deputy counsel to Gov. Bob McDonnell, senior assistant attorney general James Schliessmann and Bob Tavenner, head...

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