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Tuesday, February 13, 2024

PAC (Again) Says Public Body Must Respond to FOIA Request

In its second binding opinion for 2024, the Public Access Counselor of the Attorney General's Office (PAC) found a public body in violation of FOIA for failing to respond to a FOIA request. PAC Op. 2024-02.

With so few binding opinions issued by the PAC each year (about 15 or so each year) and no website posting of the PAC's advisory opinions, there still isn't a lot of guidance for public bodies on the unique (or routine, for that matter) questions and issues that come up in their compliance with FOIA and OMA. 


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