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The Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, the state's public records law, starts with the presumption that government data are public. But over the years, lawmakers have carved out at least 660 exemptions to protect individual privacy, corporate secrets and the confidentiality of criminal investigations. See if you know which of the following records are available to you — and which aren't.


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