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Kojo explores how and why states in our region keep accident data secret—and how one Bethesda community encountered the lack of transparency during a decade-long battle to get a light installed at a dangerous spot.
- Miranda Spivack Independent Journalist; Author, State Secrets Series for Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting; @mirandareporter
- Richard Boltuck Resident, Bethesda, Maryland
- Alan Goodwin Principal, Walt Whitman High School, Bethesda, Maryland; @whitprincipal
- Tonya Neaves Managing Director, Centers on the Public Service, George Mason University Schar School of Policy and Government
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