Q&A with freedom of information advocate Jeff Roberts

The Seattle Times: With fewer newspapers able to wage costly fights for open government, this public service is increasingly provided by nonprofits.

That includes 39 open-government groups fighting for transparency across the U.S., Puerto Rico and Guam, allied as the National Freedom of Information Coalition.

The coalition recently elected Jeff Roberts, a former Denver Post journalist, to be its president, succeeding Arizona journalism professor David Cuillier.

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