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From GoLocalProv.com by GoLocalProv News Team:
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter Kilmartin has just responded to a report released today by the RI branch of the ACLU criticizing his office for a lack of enforcement regarding violations to the state’s Access to Public Records (APRA) laws.
“The Attorney General is neither concerned nor troubled by the myopic, one-sided view of the ACLU,” Kilmartin spokesperson Amy Kempe said. “The fact is that Attorney General Kilmartin recognized the statutory limitations of the Office and therefore sponsored the recent changes to APRA statute, something the ACLU had been unable to accomplish for many, many years.”