Legislators are considering changes to new rules that allow state and local government entities to charge for access to some public information.
Citing role as defenders of the public interest, the governor-appointed panel is holding up Department of Environmental Quality plans to charge for some public records requests.
An Environmental Quality Council member spoke privately with a lawmaker about the agency, rather than in public, contrary to state lobbying rules.
Crook County residents suspect state-funded project that used “acid fracking” has polluted their water supply.
Ramaco attorneys say residents shouldn’t be allowed to testify on a permit for the Sheridan-area coal mine.