Guest Editorial: Democracy dies behind closed doors

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Democracies die behind closed doors.
Those were the words of federal judge Damon Keith about secret deportation hearings after the 9/11 attacks. Judge’s Keith’s eloquent phrase could also be applied to thousands of back room government meetings in town halls, courthouses and statehouses across this country.

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