"[John Kohlstrand, a taxation department spokesman] said that the AG's office wanted access to [Joe The Plumber's] records so they could turn over to the national media lien information that was a public record in Lucas County. He said the national media did not have reporters in Toledo, so the attorney general's office was helping them out with public records."
-- Dennis J. Willard, reporting information about collaborations between government and the media - against a private citizen - that should make every American wonder if this country hasn't gone completely insane, for The Beacon Journal.
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