First-ever public records survey shows mixed bag for Oregon government transparency practices

A first-ever survey of Oregon public bodies sheds light on how well government of all sizes complies with public records law.

The results are a mixed bag, said Ginger McCall, the state’s public records advocate. The survey was sent to 132 . . .

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