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Open-records training varies for government workers


Most professional organizations representing government officials make a concerted effort to educate their members about what information is public and what is private, and the effort appears to pay off, a statewide survey to measure citizens' access to public records shows.

Members of groups such as those representing court clerks, school boards and county treasurers that tutor their members on public records rules were more likely to provide the information to the public, the survey found. On the other hand, law enforcement, which gets little such training, was the least likely to turn ov...

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