State open records updates


Andy Thibault has the latest updates on the douchebag first amendment case. Connecticut’s relatively generous open records laws, and the fact that they have an enforcement agency, have been key in this story.


Their law is rife with exemptions. Want to help build an exemptions library?


Jamie has the latest. It has been a real struggle in Pennsylvania to get any real reform–rather discouraging, since Pennsylvania has one of the worst laws in the country.


The Nashville City Council repealed a new ordinance that would have required private non-profits that receive much of their money from government sources to have open meetings and open records.


The Og-Blog notes that the Yakima Herald-Republic is calling for Tom Carr’s resignation.

The Texas and Missouri governors and their e-mail problems

The Texas Monitor has a good summary article. We’re building up a section on WikiFOIA about governors and open records.

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