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Jackson, Miss, Council Ordered To Comply with Records Law

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· Story link A Mississippi Chancery Court judge directed the City of Jackson to begin complying with the state’s public…

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A Mississippi Chancery Court judge directed the City of Jackson to begin complying with the state’s public records law, concluding a suit brought by the Clarion-Ledger against the mayor and then the city council. The order allows the city 14 working days to provide requested public records. Judge Denise Sweet Owens also awarded the newspaper $12,811 in legal fees. (8/31/06)