I read ("Secrecy jeopardizes public's faith in permanent fund," March 12) about the managers of your Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend saying they needed to be able to work in secret in some of their investments. I disagree and feel that they need to be watched by an observant public. I would hate to think that billions of Alaska dollars were secretly financing such things as terrorism. Open the door and invest in the open. Secrecy breeds lack of trust and loss of the ability to be trusted.
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