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Georgia - Public to lose most access to state archives | www.ajc.com
Secretary of State Brian Kemp announced Thursday the archives starting Nov.
1 will accept only limited public appointments to see Georgiaís important
and historical records dating to at least 1733. Some of the institutionís
10 full-time employees also will lose their jobs, although just how many
has not yet been determined.

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