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Let the Sunshine In: A tale of four states



Editor's Note: Today, The Augusta Press begins a four-story series on the Georgia Open Records Law. Today, reporter Susan McCord examines government openness in Georgia and its neighboring states.

Sunshine might be prevalent this summer in the southern states, but Georgia, Florida, Alabama and ...

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  1. The statement, ““Some of my research indicates that most of the laws don’t really matter in the scheme of things,…” says it all. When elected officials, legislators, judges, district attorneys, and law enforcement officials contemptuously violate laws and suffer no consequences, members of the public do not feel any obligation to comply.

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