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Depends upon definition of public.   If citizens of the State of Alaska, or
cities or counties within the state, or vendors doing business with the
State; I say yes; it is public information.      For anybody else; ...no;
not their business.

I made this argument while at the City of Reno; it was to be taken to the
NV State Legislature to introduce to modify the State's Public Records
laws.
I hate paper...

Best regards, Steve
Steven D. Whitaker, CRM
On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 9:00 AM, Glen Sanderson
<[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> If the messages are sent on state owned equipment or people are reimbursed
> for the use of their own equipment than I would say yes.
>
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