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Jindal vetoes bill to open oil spill records

Jindal vetoes bill to open oil spill records 25 Jun 2010 Gov. Bobby Jindal [R-Dirtbag] rejected a bill Friday that would have required him to make public and to preserve all his office's documents involving the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. "This governor has opposed transparency for the three years he's been in office, so that's not a surprise. What is sad about all this is it's just another black eye on Louisiana internationally now," said Sen. Robert Adley, R-Benton. Adley slipped the language requiring the governor's oil spill records to be open for public viewing and preserved for at least 10 years into a measure by Rep. Gary Smith, D-Norco. Smith accepted the addition to his bill, and both the House and Senate voted overwhelmingly for passage of the public records requirement.