AP analysis from Arkansas Business News:
LITTLE ROCK — The state law guaranteeing Arkansans' right to open records and meetings is safe for now. That doesn't mean there aren't people with gripes about the law who want to see it changed.
The Arkansas Supreme Court's ruling this month that a judge was wrong to toss out part of the state's Freedom of Information Act as unconstitutional means the Legislature will avoid re-opening a debate over the nearly 46-year-old law. It also highlighted the holes that both sides in the case say they eventually want lawmakers to resolve.