Documents released in February, showing current and former California
legislators had been accused of sexual misbehavior and other harassment,
weren’t released under the California Public Records Act.

Instead, the Legislature has its own, more restrictive public records law:
the Legislative Open Records Act.

The California Public Records Act was signed into law 50 years ago by Gov.
Ronald Reagan. The law says, in theory, all government agency records are
public except for specific exceptions. But the Legislature was exempt from
the law. Seven years later, it passed the Legislative Open Records Act.

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