Pennsylvanians May Photograph Public Records Says Open Records Office — The Pennsylvania Office of Open Records, yesterday, Aug. 14, issued a decision — Muenz v. Township of Reserve — which holds that requesters can photograph public records which they asked to inspect.
Under the Right-to-Know Law, agencies cannot charge requesters who wish to use their own equipment, such as a smartphone, to photograph public records which they asked to inspect, the agency ruled.
Just something to know if a clerk gives one grief about being a curious citizen.
Argument for leaving things William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit 8-15-23
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Answer to yesterday’s William Lawrence Sr Cryptowit quote puzzle: The [classical] liberal argument is in favor of making the best possible use of the forces of competition as a means of coordinating human efforts, not an argument for leaving things just as they are.
Friedrich von Hayek