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Moody tells Disney its records could be open to the public in Florida

Orlando Sentinel by Skyler Swisher

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody advised Disney on Thursday that some of its company records could be subject to the state’s public records law and available to any Floridian who wants to see them.

Her letter to CEO Bob Iger came as Gov. Ron DeSantis and his allies work to get more details on agreements between Disney and the Reedy Creek Improvement District, the governmental entity previously controlled by the entertainment giant.

“Those agreements supposedly transfer certain government functions to Disney,” Moody wrote. “I am writing because these agreements may render Disney subject to Florida’s public records laws.”

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