Jul 022014
 
 July 2, 2014  Laws

McClatchy News Service reports:

An effort to protect the personal information of prosecutors and other law enforcement officials hit a snag Tuesday in the state House.

Senate Bill 78 would allow non-elected public officials such as assistant district attorneys, judicial officers and policemen to request that their addresses and other personal information be removed from government websites such as tax and property records.

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