Friday, May 24, 2024

New Jersey Mayors Want the Power To Sue You For Asking Too Many Questions

Just asking questions? That might become illegal, sort of, in New Jersey. Powerful interest groups there are pushing a bill that would overhaul the state Open Public Records Act (OPRA), making it harder for the public to request government documents—and the legislature might vote on it today. One provision would allow state and local agencies to sue people who request too many documents at once.


  1. Typical fucking leftists...

  2. Perhaps if these Commie Mayors were a little more transparent, nobody would have to keep asking for documents the Mayors' Offices are hiding.
    Fuck them.

  3. When everything coming out of your mouth is a lie, then you either arrest your opponent or kill him. But not everyone is a Clinton, so option one is your only choice to win the debate.


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