Open Records Act Clarification: H.B. 1036 (2012)
Amends the Colorado Open Records Act to clarify that civil
Amends the Colorado Open Records Act to clarify that civil government investigatory files fall within the investigations exception, contrary to a ruling by the Colorado Court of Appeals in Land Owners United LLC v. Waters, which held that such files are not protected from disclosure. Without exemption, personal information of consumer victims and propriety information of businesses could be subject to an open records request. Does allow for a public interest exemption.
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