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Trial court had jurisdiction to review the decision of the Kentucky Legislative Research Commission (LRC) regarding a newspaper’s request for legislative records because (1) the court’s statutory jurisdiction was not limited to records requests or cases where the LRC issued no decision in 30 days, and (2) the Open Records Act’s statutory judicial review right was incorporated into the governing statute. Harilson v. Shepherd, 585 S.W.3d 748, 2019 Ky. LEXIS 380 (Ky. 2019).
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