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There's no general privacy exemption under FOIA, and sometimes release of records is the government's best public relations move.
Use FOIA's rules for accessing records and meetings to keep tabs on your children's school this year.
Proposed changes to e-meeting rules undermine basic assumptions.
Some of the FOIA procedures entities come up with are head-scratchers; some are just plain wrong.
Citizens, journalists and government will be recognized at VCOG's annual conference.
Discussing and approving new agenda items without notice blindsides the taxpaying public.
If open government is a hard concept for some adults to grasp, how can we hope to reach the younger generations?
There are changes coming to Virginia's FOIA on July 1, but they are blessedly few.
UVA's Board of Visitors and ALL public bodies should aspire to exceed the requirements of the letter of the FOIA law.
Exchanging email may not have been a meeting in Fairfax case, but there's always the potential.
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