Sunshine Law complaint form online

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The Missouri Attorney General’s Office has posted an online form for Missourians to file complaints about violations of the Sunshine Law. It can be found under the Open Government section of the web site ago.mo.gov.
The AG’s office also publishes a free 80-page booklet on the Sunshine Law. Many newspaper members of Missouri Press Association use the booklet in their offices and distribute it to local elected officials.
Copies of the booklet can be ordered on ago.mo.gov or by calling 800-392-8222. The booklet also can be downloaded from the AG’s website.

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