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New Web Portal Increases Access To DE Open Government Laws

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DELAWARE - Delawareans' now have easier access to information about the state's open government laws.

According to reports, Attorney General Beau Biden announced a new interactive web portal, that contains opinions issued by his office since 1995. Officials say they can be searched by state, statutory reference, or keywords.

The portal is reportedly a response to complaints that state and local governmental bodies may have violated Delaware's Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The opinions were allegedly on the website before, but were not posted in a searchable format.

To view the opinions, visit the Attorney General's website.

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