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Monday, March 01, 2010

Proposed Laws Would Add Exemptions to Oklahoma's Sunshine Laws

Oklahomans might have less access to information if several bills pending in the legislature are passed. The Durant Daily Democrat reports there are at least six bills pending that would add exemptions to the state's sunshine laws, preventing access to autopsy reports, birth dates of public employees, municipal court information and records from the Oklahoma Film and Music Office.

Read more about the proposed exemptions here.

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