ATLANTA (AP) — Two Cox owned news outlets have filed a complaint with the Georgia attorney general alleging open records violations by Atlanta city officials.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that it, along with WSB-TV, filed the complaint Wednesday with Attorney General Chris Carr. It alleges “a culture of political interference” surrounding open records requests at City Hall.

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The newspaper reports that the complaint gives 10 examples of alleged violations of the Georgia Open Records Act and “a pervasive culture of non-compliance” dating to July 2016.

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The complaint seeks mediation to create enforcement measures to ensure compliance and the appointment of an independent public records officer.

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The complaint says city officials have “interfered with, caused delay in or intentionally obstructed” the release of records, particularly when city officials felt the information was “politically embarrassing or inconvenient.”