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Hawaii’s Public Records: Citizens Are Paying the Price for Disorganized Agencies

·By Nathan Eagle

The Tax Department's receiving and sorting section during tax season. The department handles 2.5 million returns annually.

Open government advocates say posting more records online would help with some of the problems.

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Discussion

Should the Legislature require records be kept in a way that makes public access easier and less costly?