Gov. Nathan Deal on Tuesday signed into law a sweeping overhaul of the state's open-records rules, touting the measure as among several legislative successes from this year's General Assembly session.
The measure, which takes effect July 1, reduces the cost of obtaining public documents and stiffens penalties for illegally withholding public information. But it narrows the period of time when the public can scrutinize university president candidates.
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