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Small towns face huge, new open-records burden | The News Journal |
delawareonline.com
Two recent developments could open the door to greater transparency and
openness in Delaware government, but legal experts warn that the state’s
smallest towns might have trouble complying with the new standards.Delaware
will soon begin requiring school districts, state agencies and public
bodies statewide to abide by a standardized set of open-records procedures
and fee schedules under a bill approved by the Legislature.

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