Indiana House OKs 3 bills that would affect open records

From Fort Wayne Journal Gazette:

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana House passed three bills Tuesday affecting open records and government transparency, including one that will shield the addresses of police officers, judges and prosecutors in certain public databases available online.


A second bill would allow local officials to charge a fee for the time spent searching on public records requests. Currently, if a request takes an employee hours or days to do, the only fee that can be charged is for the copies of the records.