The Open Public Records Act (OPRA) is getting expensive for New Jersey’s municipalities and agencies. The following are just a few of the more egregious examples.

• A court-appointed fact finder recommended that a judge order Raritan Borough to pay Gannett New Jersey media company a record $542,000 in legal fees as a result of an OPRA lawsuit.

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