Newly released emails show Rochester police commanders urged city officials to hold off on releasing bodycam footage.
News outlets report 52-year-old Belinda Gail Fondren was charged with filing or maintaining false public records.
Democratic senators wonder if the embattled EPA chief is using the email scheme to duck open-records laws.
Sierra Club files major request for records to buy some time.
Local and state governments are under growing attack from cyber-age criminals seeking to hijack their computer systems and
"Elimination of the mandatory fee provision would significantly undercut Florida's constitutional guarantee of access to
Monkeying Around With the Law: Scott Walker Bill Aims to Allow University of Wisconsin to Keep Cruel Experiments on Baby Monkeys Secret
Walker's proposed legislation would mean an end to the transparency the public is entitled to under the law, allowing the experiments to continue under the shroud of secrecy in spite of public concerns.
Upon hearing about Sarah Palin's recent Facebook post where she paints Hillary Clinton's use of private email accounts as shady and corrupt, I had to call my friend Zane Henning to get his take. As usual, we were both on the same page: Sarah Palin's hypocrisy knows no bounds.
Quitclaim deeds are most often utilized to release ownership rights in the context of divorce or inheritance property settlements or to provide a gift. The quitclaim deed only transfers to the grantee (recipient of the deed) whatever title or ownership, if any, that the grantor has at the time the deed is delivered to the grantee. This is the fundamental attribute of the quitclaim deed.
Ostensibly a bill to strengthen safety regulation of oil refineries, SB 1300 would eviscerate the state's freedom of information law. The original version of this legislation required oil companies to file reports on scheduled shutdowns, typically for maintenance, of their refinery facilities. So far, no problem. Then came last-minute amendments