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Nebraska law does not require a statement of purpose and does not place restrictions on the use of public records.
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Any citizen of the state or any person interested in the inner workings of government may request public records in Nebraska.
Nebraska law only permits fees charged for the actual material cost of duplication including the medium and any fees for the maintenance of equipment.
For more information, visit Public Records Requests - Nebraska State Statutes.