PUBLIC RECORDS AND FILES
Public records open to inspection and copying.
Public records defined.
Fees for specialized service.
Liberal construction of public access to public records law--Certain criminal
investigation and contract negotiation records exempt.
Denial letters to be kept on file.
Certain records not open to inspection and copying.
Certain financial, commercial, and proprietary information exempt from disclosure.
Certain drafts, notes, and memoranda exempt from disclosure.
Certain records relevant to court actions exempt from disclosure.
Documents or communications used for decisional process arising from person's
official duties not subject to compulsory disclosure.
Redaction of certain information.
Subscription or license holder list of Department of Game, Fish and Parks and certain
insurance applicant and policyholder information available for fee--Resale or
Chapter inapplicable to Unified Judicial System.
Certain records not available to inmates.
Redaction of records in office of register of deeds not required.
Immunity for good faith denial or provision of record.
Material relating to open meeting agenda item to be available--Exceptions--Violation
Draft minutes of public meeting to be available--Exceptions--Violation as
Recommendations, findings, and reports of appointed working groups to be reported
in open meeting--Action by governing body.
Public access to records of former Governors and lieutenant governors.
Exempt records to be opened upon death or ten years after leaving office.
Right of former Governor and lieutenant governor to approve or deny release of
Agreement for transfer of records to suitable repository.
Records declared confidential or secret.
Format of open record.
Format of written contracts--Storage with records retention officer or designee--Duration.
Availability of contract through internet website or database.
1-27-6 to 1-27-8. Repealed.
Records management programs--Definition of terms.
Records as property of state--Damage or disposal only as authorized by law.
Board to supervise destruction of records--State records manager as ex officio
member--Permission required for destruction.
Direction and supervision of board by Bureau of Administration--Independent
State records management program to be established.
Records management internal service fund.
Records management procedures proposed by state agencies.
Obsolete records listed by state agencies.
Transfer of records by outgoing agency heads--Terminated agency records.
Transfer of jeopardized nonessential agency material to state archivist.
Title to transferred records pending formal transfer.
Destruction of nonrecord materials.
Rules, standards, and procedures.
Legislative and judicial records management programs.
Local records management programs.
Annual meeting to authorize destruction of political subdivision records--Record of
English as common language--Use in public records and public meetings.
Public document or record defined--Public meeting.
Application of English as common language requirement.
Costs of publication in other languages as separate budget line item.
Effect of common language requirement on state employment.
Common language requirements not applicable to private activities.
Enforcement of common language requirements.
Requesting information or data from a state agency.
Definition of terms.
Disclosure of information concerning private entity restricted.
Confidentiality of proprietary or trade information of private entity.
Circumstances allowing for disclosure of information concerning private entity.
Disclosure of confidential information as misdemeanor.
Specific public access or confidentiality provisions not superseded by chapter
Unified Judicial System and Public Utilities Commission exempt from certain
Informal requests for disclosure of records--Costs of retrieval or reproduction.
Estimate of retrieval and reproduction cost--Waiver or reduction of fee.
Written request for disclosure of records.
Civil action or administrative review of denial of written request or estimate of fees.
Response to notice of review.
Findings and decision of Office of Hearing Examiners.
Time for compliance with decision or appeal.
Costs, disbursements, and civil penalty for unreasonable, bad faith denial of access.
Public record officer for the state, county, municipality, township, school district,
special district, or other entity.
Form of notice of review--Office of Hearing Examiners' notice.
Restriction on internet use of social security numbers by state agencies and political
Searchable internet website for posting and access of public records and financial
Contracts to be displayed on searchable internet website.