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Granny Nannie wants more info on government reports . . .

By Granny Nannie

When media outlets make reports, I'd like to see:
  1. On law enforcement automotive accidents - A listing of whether or not the driver's cell phone was in use at the time of the accident.
  2. On animal shelter reports- How many of what type of animal are adopted each and every month - not just a total number - at the animal shelters.
  3. On animal shelter reports - How many animals were euthanized at the animal shelter - each and every month.
- Granny Nanny

Thanks, Granny Nanny - perhaps media and reporting agencies will keep this in mind. We will, but we can't promise we can obtain it. Perhaps others have additional information they's like to see in news stories about government operations, and might make requests of candidates during this election cycle. - EW



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