make public

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Mr Varadkar said he was reassured by the Prime Minister's commitment to make public the terms of any agreement.
When the Fed unexpectedly announced in March that it would make public each board member's vote on interest rates only hours after a Federal Open Market Committee meeting adjourned, three conspiracy theories immediately made the rounds.
The House's 363-63 vote last week to make public all information except irrelevant material that could hurt innocent parties was a strong, bipartisan mandate, said Rep.