Controversial Right-To-Know Bill Hits Snag Over Unknown Cost
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A bill originally designed to resolve right-to-know disputes quicker by hiring an ombudsman hit a detour in a House Judiciary subcommittee meeting Thursday because of inadequate information about the potential cost.

House Bill 103 has also become controversial because opponents say sponsor Rep. Lynne Ober, R-Hudson, rewrote failed legislation proposed last year that was supported by right-to-know advocates and made changes such as adding a $300 filing fee, which they oppose.

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