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Kentucky Approves Exemption for “Homeland Security” Information

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Kentucky lawmakers exempted information involving “homeland security” from the state’s open records and meetings laws. The new law, which passed both houses without opposition and was signed by the governor. It permits meetings to be closed to discuss “homeland security matters” and records to be withheld if they would “expose a homeland security vulnerability” and give the exact physical location of hazardous chemical, radiological, or biological materials.” 5/2/05