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No Letup in Arguments About Public Records Law Revamp

March 15, 2024 | njspotlightnews.org









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Cheers, and chants of “This is what democracy looks like,” greeted news that a fast-tracked bill to reform New Jersey’s Open Public Records Act, or OPRA, had gotten temporarily derailed Thursday, removed from the Assembly Appropriations Committee agenda by its sponsor, after furious protests.


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NJ SEED: NJ’s Open Public Records Act is more than two decades old and needs revisions. Some question if the proposed “reforms” are designed to make public records less accessible to the public. The legislation deserves careful consideration to guarantee its purpose.

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