Gov. Terry Branstad said Monday that a review of the state's open records laws is "appropriate" following disagreements about whether video of a Cedar Rapids officer-involved shooting should be made public.
"This is kind of a recent development of these police cameras," he said. "I think it would be appropriate for us to carefully review our laws."
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From the Iowa City Press-Citizen:
The Iowa Supreme Court ruled in a 4-3 decision Friday that the University of Iowa does not have to release to the Press-Citizen and other media outlets some student records related to a 2007 sexual assault investigation on campus.
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