Oregon Gov. Kate Brown is keeping a significant amount of her schedule out of the public eye, redacting line items on nearly nine out of every 10 days since she assumed office, according to a government watchdog group.
Open The Books (OTB) Founder and CEO Adam Andrzejewski released the most recent findings of his group’s investigation into the Democrat governor’s federal expenditures Thursday.
“During her first two terms, our audit revealed Governor Kate Brown redacted nearly 4,000 items from her official state calendar,” Andrzejewski wrote in Forbes. “In addition to these transparency issues, we found potential violations of Oregon state law regarding Brown’s credit card spending.”
From February 2015 through April 2018, Brown’s official calendar showed between one and 14 redactions on 994 of 1,156 days.
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