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  1. State Bank v. Bismarck, 316 N.W.2d 85 (1982)
  2. Adams County Record v. Greater North Dakota Ass'n, 564 N.W.2d 304 (N.D. 1997)
  3. Adams County Record v. Greater North Dakota Ass'n, 529 N.W.2d 830 (N.D. 1995)
  4. Grand Forks Herald, Inc. v. Lyons, 101 N.W.2d 543 (N.D. 1960)
  1. Guy, Daniel S. and McDonald, Jack (1976) “Government in the Sunshine: The Status of Open Meetings and Open Records Laws in North Dakota,” North Dakota Law Review: Vol. 53 : No. 1 , Article 2. Available at:
  2. Traynor, Daniel M. (1996) “Open Records - Agencies or Custodians Affected: The North Dakota Supreme Court Expands the Scope of North Dakota's Open Records Law,” North Dakota Law Review: Vol. 72 : No. 3 , Article 13. Available at:
  3. Marshall, F. John (1961) “Records - Access to Records - Right of Newspaper to Inspect,” North Dakota Law Review: Vol. 37 : No. 2 , Article 15. Available at:
  4. Hall, Lisa (1989) “Constitutional Right of Privacy - Open Records: North Dakota Upholds Personnel File as Governmental Record Open for Public Inspection,” North Dakota Law Review: Vol. 65 : No. 2 , Article 4. Available at:

Section 6. Unless otherwise provided by law, all records of public or governmental bodies, boards, bureaus, commissions, or agencies of the state or any political subdivision of the state, or organizations or agencies supported in whole or in part by public funds, or expending public funds, shall be public records, open and accessible for inspection during reasonable office hours.

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