Local governments say they need more time to learn to obey year-old records law

State Rep. Karin Power is leading the push for additional reforms to Oregon's public records law. (File/Pamplin Media Group)

SALEM — Oregon's local governments have misgivings about a proposal that could lead to fines for cities, counties, special districts, school districts and state agencies that don't respond to requests for public documents in a timely manner.

Lobbyists for the League of . . .

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