Oregon's Court of Appeals late Friday granted a request by state officials to keep secret, for now, details about proposed legislation, acting just minutes before the state was due to disclose the records.

An attorney pressing for disclosure said Gov. Kate Brown was trying to keep the public away from her legislative ideas until after a closely contested race for governor. A Marion County judge earlier in the week ordered the state to release documents by 5 p.m. Oct. 26, that showed changes in law being proposed by state agencies.