How’s Oregon’s public records law working for you?
A task force of the Oregon attorney general’s office wants to hear from residents who have used the state’s public records law to seek records from local or state government, whether large state agencies or small cities or school districts.
A task force has been appointed by the chancellor of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, and members of the Arkansas news media have been invited to meet with the group Friday.
I wasn’t one of the 207 people who got an invitation to the meeting, which isn’t surprising since I’m just a retired editor who continues to write a column. I had a conflict anyway.