How much access do you have to your government?The survey of compliance with openness laws in Oklahoma took four months to organize and complete. The results are in today's editions of
For the next two weeks, every story in The Oklahoman made possible because of the Oklahoma Open Records Act will carry an open records note. You will be able to see what information is available because we have the First Amendment and ways for our citizens to hold government accountable.
I hope you find this series informative and I commend all of those who worked hard on this project and made Oklahoma only the 12th state to complete a statewide survey.
Sue A. Hale,
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