Opposition Mounts To Open Records Bill

andy lambertFebruary 11, 2015

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Some county and city governments in Kansas are opposing a state lawmaker’s bid to limit what government agencies can charge for fulfilling open records requests. That bill would limit the charge to a quarter per page, tops. Supporters argue the cost of filling requests often is excessive and keeps people from getting info on government, while opponents call it an unfunded mandate.

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