One of the most frustrating things about California, writes Steven Greenhut, is seeing how every serious public policy issue is driven by what’s best for government employees, not what’s best for the public. Thankfully, Greenhut reports, one California judge is introducing a new level of transparency that will bring some much-needed scrutiny to government officials working in the children and family services system.
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