Georgia Open Records Act

Leech City has released a new article in its leechwatching tools series, this time about the Georgia Open Records Act, or GORA for short. In terms of behavorial modification, the previous article in this series described the Georgia Open Meetings Act, a means by which public officials, our servants, can come face-to-face with their masters. The GORA, or similar legislation found in other states, is an even more powerful tool by which they learn the smell of their master’s hand. Effective use of this tool is an essential skill for any local activist wishing to keep their public servants in line.

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