chained-file-cabinetThe California Newspaper Publishers Association, representing more than 800 publications statewide, plus two in particular—the Los Angeles Times and the Orange County Register—and the national Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press have added a resounding note of urgency in supporting a call for California Supreme Court review of an unprecedented maneuver to quash public records disclosure. Tracy Wood reports for the Voice of OC, which together with Californians Aware is waging the struggle to discover why a manager’s alleged sexual abuse of Orange County employees lasted so long before it was stopped.