Public records rule change slipping ‘through the cracks’

SALEM — A legislative proposal to enforce Oregon's public records law passed unanimously in the House in late April. But this week, the bill's sponsor and supporters had to scramble to keep it alive before the Senate takes it up.

House Bill 2353 would give district attorneys the power to order . . .

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