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The Los Angeles Times called on readers to submit any public records and government documents.

The Times created a database for submissions and according to the LA Times readers representative, Deirdre Edgar, the Times “will review each document before” publishing it.

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Los Angeles Times Leaks? Paper Asks Readers for Public Records

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