There’s a difference between the public’s right to know and what the public “ought to know.”
It’s a discussion my husband Bud and I have had several times.
Kentucky’s open meetings and open records laws are near the top of the heap in comparison to other states. The Attorney General’s office sides with the taxpayer nearly every time when a question arises about access to records.
But there are a few loopholes that could be filled.
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