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Question:

What types of records are exempt under the Open Records Act?

Answer:

1. Any record required by the federal government to be kept confidential.
2. Medical or veterinary records or similar files, the disclosure of which would be an invasion of personal privacy.
3. Certain records pertaining to law enforcement and prosecutions.
4. Accident reports, except upon the submission of a written statement of need by requesting party.