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HB 365 (2017)


Requires the payment of attorney's fees to any person who brings a lawsuit to enforce compliance with the right-to-know law, unless the interested parties agree that no fees shall be paid. At the time of this bill's submission, fees are not awarded unless the court finds the person or body violating the law knew or should have known it was a violation.

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