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Wisconsin Passed Nation's First Open Records Law in 1849

In response to my post last week about Wisconsin passing the nation's first open records law in 1849, I received a request to post the full text of that law. So, I did a quick scan from our 1849 Wisconsin Revised Statutes print volume and here is Chapter 10, Section 137.