Politics & Government

January 6, 2014 12:21 PM

Lexington foundation wrong to withhold records from Herald-Leader, state rules

A Lexington-based economic development foundation violated Kentucky's Open Records Act when it refused to release its spending records to the Herald-Leader last year, according to a ruling issued Friday by Attorney General Jack Conway's office.

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