Tuesday open records link round-up

It’s a fine summer day and time to stroll through the FOIAsphere for some more fine FOIA blogging.

Pick of the week:

Jurors. Public info some places, not other places.

Colorado:

Jon Caldara, who has been busy this month was kind enough to notice our CORA article on the WikiFOIA portal on Sunshine Review.

Georgia:

John Heneghan, whose blog tagline is “transparency in Government breeds self-corrective behavior” (yes!) blogs about still looking for school plans.

IIllinois:

Waiting.

Louisiana:

There’s a fine Sunshine blogger–someone who even files lawsuits!–and all I can say is, these judges need replacing.

Elsewhere in Louisiana, a city attorney has been asked for an explanation.

New York:

Reporter Andrew Bernstein is giving Saratoga Springs the benefit of the doubt. Not sure I would.

North Carolina:

Waiting.

North Dakota:

Rob at Say Anything, one of my favorite blogs, reports on an apparent effort over the weekend to crash Sunshine on Schools, a new transparency website in North Dakota.

Ohio:

I’ll see your FOIA and raise you another FOIA.

South Carolina:

Just watch out when those political operatives start filing FOIAs.

Here’s another South Carolina story: Emails Out SCPRT Chief’s Involvement in ‘So Gay’ Ad Campaign. I won’t try to describe it. You just have to read it for yourself.

Vermont:

Waiting.

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