John Mccosh, of the Georgia First Amendment Foundation, is reporting, “Fulton County’s Northside Hospital is subject to the state’s Open Records Act, according to a Nov. 2 opinion from the Georgia Supreme Court that sends the case back to the trial court. For the complete report visit: http://www.gfaf.org Advertisements
The Georgia First Amendment Foundation and the KSU chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists invite you to a session on how to use Georgia’s open meetings and open records laws to learn what’s happening inside your government at the state and local level. Read more at: GFAF_TransparencyWorkshopFlier_June2017_LOW-RES
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The lower courts got it wrong. Now it is up the the state’s High Court to overturn a bad decision related to the public records of hospitals in Georgia. Read why this case should matter to all the people of Georgia. Supreme Court urge to keep the public’s business public
Ron Daniel, of the Douglas County Sentinel, is reporting the Douglas County (Ga.) Board of Education has taken a public position open government advocates say would compromise government transparency. For full article see: Douglas County Sentinel coverage