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A Saturday story indicated that Assembly Bill 519 would prohibit judges from sealing judicial public records unless one of several conditions is met; in fact, the bill as written requires that all the listed conditions be met, including that a “preponderance of the evidence” shows sealing the records won’t conceal a public hazard; that releasing the information publicly would create a danger to the public interest; that there is no reasonable method other than sealing to avoid these effects; and that there is substantial probability that sealing the record would be effective in protecting the public interest.

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Biden trips after speech at US Air Force Academy graduation

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Drag show at Nellis AFB canceled despite previous approval

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