As we reported earlier, the Franklin Center, a conservative nonprofit that covers local governments across the country, was holding a conference call this afternoon at 1 p.m.
The topic: A lawsuit brought against them by Greentech, a company founded by Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe.
They dispatched emails to members of the media and included the proper access codes. But since our story ran, they’ve changed the access codes, saying the conference call is meant to be exclusive and not open to the public. This time around, they wrote, “Hi all! This invitation is non-transferrable. PLEASE do not share this. Since this is an exclusive list of folks, I can narrow down who gave the info away. ”
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