Open government impact statement
(1) The Legislative Counsel shall prepare an open government impact statement for each measure reported out of a committee of the Legislative Assembly if the measure affects the disclosure, or exemption from disclosure, of a public record.
(2) An open government impact statement must:
(a) State whether the measure conforms to any standards adopted by the Legislative Counsel for drafting measures that establish exemptions from disclosure of public records; and
(b) Describe how the measure would alter existing standards regarding the disclosure or exemption from disclosure of public records and how the measure would impact public interests in disclosure that would be served if the public record were subject to mandatory disclosure. [2017 c.654 §2]
Note: See note under 192.485 (Definitions for ORS 192.485 to 192.513).
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