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‘Prompt and Reasonable': Why Oklahoma’s Public Records Standard Breeds Frustration

Oklahoma’s attorney general joined top law enforcement officers in 13 other states in suing the Biden administration over delays in getting information under the federal Freedom of Information Act. But in Oklahoma, the state’s transparency law doesn’t have defined time limits for responses by state and local governments, leading to protracted delays for many requesting public records.

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