A recent state auditor’s survey of public disclosure practices and costs put a $60.9 million price tag on the cost of fulfilling public-records requests. It could be a vehicle for revising disclosure laws, but information gaps and loose methodology raise concerns.
A recent state auditor’s survey of public disclosure practices and costs put a $60.9 million price tag on the cost of fulfilling public-records requests. It could be a vehicle for revising disclosure laws, but information gaps and loose methodology raise concerns. Ciaran Griffin Thinkstock image
A recent state auditor’s survey of public disclosure practices and costs put a $60.9 million price tag on the cost of fulfilling public-records requests. It could be a vehicle for revising disclosure laws, but information gaps and loose methodology raise concerns. Ciaran Griffin Thinkstock image

Auditor’s public disclosure report, a possible tool for revising state law, draws praise and skepticism

October 01, 2016 04:58 PM

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