(Warwick, RI) -- Rhode Island House Minority Leader and Republican candidate for governor Patricia Morgan is trying to shed light on how the state is spending a major settlement. "The Providence Journal" reports Morgan filed a motion in Kent County Superior Court on Monday asking for relief from a 37-hundred-dollar fee the state attorney general is demanding to produce documents related to the spending of the 230-million-dollar settlement with Google for dishonest advertising practices. Morgan claims she's being stonewalled in her effort to get the information. She has previously proposed spending what is left of the money on security upgrades in schools.
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