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Missouri measure seeks to strengthen open records law

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Government officials in Missouri could be required to give more notice before holding public meetings and face a greater likelihood of penalties for violations of the state's open meetings and records law under a bill pending in the state Senate. Sen. Kurt Schaefer, the bill's sponsor, says the changes would update and strengthen the so-called Sunshine Law. The...

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