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  610.225.  Tax credit records and documents deemed closed records, when — request for opening records and documents, requirements, fee authorized. — 1.  Records and documents relating to tax credits submitted as part of the application for all tax credits to any department of this state, board, or commission authorized to issue or authorize or recommend the authorization of tax credits shall be deemed closed records until such time as the information submitted does not concern a pending application, and except as limited by other provision of law concerning closed records.  For the purposes of this subsection, a "pending application" shall mean any application for credits that has not yet been authorized.  In the case of partial authorization of credits, the completed authorization of a single credit shall be sufficient to constitute full authorization to the extent that the authorized credit or credits relate to the same application as the credits that have not yet been authorized.

  2.  Upon a request for opening of records and documents relating to all tax credit programs, as defined in section 135.800*, submitted in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, except as limited by the provision of subsection 1 of this section, the agency that is the recipient of the open records request shall make information available consistent with the provisions of this chapter.  Where a single record or document contains both open and closed records, the agency shall make a redacted version of such record or document available in order to protect the information that would otherwise make the record or document a closed record.  Staff time required for such redaction shall constitute an activity for which a fee can be collected pursuant to section 610.026.

  3.  As used in this section "closed record" shall mean closed record as defined in section 610.010.


(L. 2004 S.B. 1099 § 610.255)

*The definition of "all tax credit programs" in section 135.800 was repealed by H.B. 2400, 2022.

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