With three weeks to go before the new Open Public Records Act takes effect, its proponents say its good intentions are being compromised by faulty execution.
The new law granting wider access to public records becomes effective on July 8, but the state has yet to staff the five-member Government Records Council that will implement and enforce the statute.
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