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SUIT SEEKING MCCRORY RECORDS ASKS: HOW MUCH OF HIS TRAVEL DOES PUBLIC HAVE RIGHT TO KNOW? (WRAL-TV) -- Lawyers for Gov. Pat McCrory contend that the state can withhold information related to travel if the governor was on personal or political business. McCrory's office contends it has fulfilled the request and that the suit should be dismissed. But lawyers for Real Facts contend that the governor has either failed to provide records related to 27 trips that were reported in the news media or has heavily redacted much of the information it did provide.
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