Gov. John Kasich on Tuesday signed off on legislation that creates an expedited process for challenging public records request denials as well as a bill that includes dozens of 11th-hour changes made ahead of summer recess.
The public records measure (SB 321), which moved quickly through the General Assembly after being introduced in May, was sponsored by Senate President Keith Faber (R-Celina) and backed by the state auditor, the attorney general and the Ohio Newspaper Association.
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