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Friday, January 30, 2015

Attorney General Website Issues

Lately, I have gotten a few questions about "broken links" in my posts discussing recent PAC opinions.  I link to the PAC opinions directly from the Attorney General's FOIA/OMA website page  - what the AG calls "Ensuring Open and Honest Government" (see below).  More often than not, I'm unable to access this page as it has been down frequently.  When the page is accessible, I'm able to read the PAC opinions and link them in the blog post.  But, when readers try to access the opinions through the links later, they sometimes get the same error message I have been getting.  I have contacted the Attorney General's webmaster to let him/her know that their transparency website is often not accessible.  Hopefully, they can fix the problem so you can access the links.  

Ensuring Open and Honest Government in IllinoisEnsuring Open and Honest Government


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