I’ve been attempting to track law bloggers in Massachusetts. I’ve posted about them before here, here and here. Now here is another: Massachusetts Campaign for Open Government, a blog by lawyer Karla J. de Steuben that is part of a larger site devoted to open government in the state. She created the site, she writes, “after she was told by a Massachusetts town official that she could not have a copy of a public record she requested because it would only confuse her.” Unlikely, given that, along with her law degree, de Steuben has master’s degrees from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University the London School of Economics.

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