Ohio Bill Expected to Address Public Records Disputes< < Back to
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The leader of the Ohio Senate says he’s planning to introduce legislation that addresses disputes over public records.
Senate President Keith Faber, a Celina Republican, has scheduled a Statehouse news conference on Wednesday to discuss his bill. State Auditor Dave Yost and representatives of the state attorney general’s office and the Ohio Newspaper Association are slated to join him.
An advisory from Faber’s office says the bill is designed to streamline disputes over public records and provide a more accessible process for people trying to obtain them.