The New Jersey Supreme Court decided it would hear a dispute between Galloway Township and the New Jersey public-records advocate and blogger John Paff over the state’s Open Public Records Act.
The conflict is over the access of electronic records under OPRA.
What is not in dispute is that Paff made an electronic request for information. Continue…
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