College students learn records may be open, courtesy not a given
The goal of the experiment was to determine if local public records are truly accessible to ordinary citizens.
Thirty-eight UW-River Falls students who took part in an open records audit learned the answer is nearly always yes. But that doesn't mean all area officials give up the information graciously.
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