Upon joining the Office, all GO staff receive thorough training regarding the Sunshine Law
and record-retention laws.
Although the Solid Waste Authority argued that the committee fell within fact-finding exemptions to the Sunshine Law
, it reconvened the grant committee following its June 8 regular meeting, with public notice and with minutes taken, to meet the law's requirements that an entity which takes actions in violation of the law must hold a "cure" meeting at which it cannot just rubber-stamp its original decisions but must reenact the entire process.
He is a widely recognized legal expert in public records and Sunshine laws
whose work on behalf of various attorneys--most notably Sarasota's Andrea Mogensen--has been called heroic by advocates of government accountability.
I was working on Ferguson all the time, and a big chunk of that was Sunshine Law
the Florida Sunshine Law
by lasting too long to allow "citizens to
The sunshine law
requires drug and device companies to report to CMS any payments made to physicians and teaching hospitals.
The Sunshine Law
provides for a right of access to existing public records.
Called Sunshine Laws
, the provisions are geared to expose conflicts of interest.
Matt Blunt, the parties settled, agreeing that the records were subject to the Sunshine Law
and required to be released unless exemptions applied.
Utah and Florida initiated the first sunshine laws
in the U.
But rather than work as journalists through media-relations experts, we wanted to test Sunshine Law
compliance among the rank-and-file employees of those public offices.
The solution will help the city comply with the Florida Sunshine Law
by enabling staff to quickly research e-mail record requests from the public.