The FBI’s file on the IOC reveal worries that gambling is more of a threat than doping, as well as an admission that match-fixing is an issue.
New: We’re challenging excessive redactions of USPS chief DeJoy’s calendar.
USPS’s shifting arguments for hiding DeJoy’s calendars from FOIA requests threaten to create blanket exemptions for practically any USPS records.
So glad to have been a part of this CBS/BET collaboration Boiling Point and this episode in particular on Attica re criminal INjustice then and now. Join us Sunday at 8pm on BET for this episode and me and Lawrence Bartley Sat at 1pm on BET Instagram Live talking about Attica https://t.co/yCHNq1LXzM
A New Jersey agency tried to argue a few years ago that OPRA could only be used by residents of NJ and a trial court agreed. We appealed and won. Such restrictions are absurd (and also easy to evade). https://t.co/O14jvukwBF
Among other shitty things, this bill would forbid anyone outside Kentucky from making public-records requests. (Only a handful of states, mostly in the South, have this anti-transparency feature.)
Kentucky House votes to weaken open records law and shield lawmakers from inquiries