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PART TWO: Lawyers, engineering firms, political operatives far outnumber average citizens in OPRA requests

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Posted: Sunday, March 14, 2010 8:36 pm

The Open Public Records Act, or OPRA, was intended to make government more accessible to the average citizen. But officials’ accounts and reviews of OPRA requests to area governments show the law has largely become a tool of busineses, lawyers, and developers.

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