Here's a worthwhile note from our hipster friends about secret reports that the public never really wanted to see in the first place . . . On the downside, this news MIGHT signal that the boats have stopped floating these hipsters any money.
Those back pages usually cost big bucks and their influence shouldn't be underestimated.
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Creative Commons photo. // Courtesy of pixy.org The Missouri Gaming Commission is citing attorney-client privilege for refusing to release a report on how it conducts licensing investigations. The report, prepared by a Kansas City law firm at a cost of almost $400,000, was received by the five-member commission during a closed session Jan.