For more than 100 years, Florida has had the nation’s most comprehensive open records and meetings laws, now collectively known as the Sunshine Law. It guarantees meetings of elected officials are open to the public and ensures access to public records, such as meeting minutes and court documents.
Over the years, though, the Legislature has repeatedly chipped away at the integrity of the Sunshine Law by passing laws creating exemptions.
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