Sure, certainly. I think this is not out of specifically negligence or anything. It’s more like under the tradition of Freedom of Information Act or FOIA, the government only publishes after a decision is made. That is to say, as usual actually with FOIA acts, the government doesn’t have to publish anything in the drafting stage when the governments still have no idea what’s going on, but it is precisely those drafting stage documents, conversation records, and meeting minutes.

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