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Old December 31, 2012, 11:55 AM   #37
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After this abuse continued for a couple of years, Ohio left information the public record, i.e. anyone is entitled to view it, but any of the copying of the information needed to be performed manually. This minor obstacle appears to have curbed the abuse.
So ..... only a really dedicated, or well funded, or both ..... organization can pull this crap in Ohio. I have a feeling that such is going on right now .... the scribes are just not finished with the list yet......
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