March 14, 2011

Cleveland Plain Dealer
On Feb. 2, the paper asked City Hall for records that track public-records requests. It’s still trying to get all the information. “In Cleveland, obtaining records in what should be a routine process can instead be a frustrating and cumbersome experience,” writes Rachel Dissell.

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