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Letter: Maybe Swallow just upholding anti-GRAMA principle

Published November 5, 2013 1:01 am
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People may think that Attorney General John Swallow has to be hiding something with the deletion of so many emails, meeting records and all pre-2013 data on his state-issued computer and laptop ("Swallow's attorney blames lost emails on state switching tech systems," Tribune, Oct. 31). As a lawyer, he knows all that information relates to the time period being looked into by the state.

However, it's possible he is just taking a "principled" stance against GRAMA.

Michael Geer

West Jordan




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