Attorney General's Opinion 1985-86 #333

HUD reports are exempt to the extent that they reveal information about identifiable employees

Attorney General's Opinion 1984-85 #420

Meetings to discuss employment terms and contract of school board superintendent are properly closed, but the action of employing the superintendent must take place in open session. Employment contract of school superintendent is open.

Attorney General's Opinion 1983-84 #280

FOIA and Privacy Protection Act may work in concert; theyÄ…re not mutually exclusive.

Attorney General's Opinion 1983-84 #314

An exhibit is not automatically converted into a personnel record simply because it is introduced in a grievance procedure. FOIA and the Privacy Protection Act notwithstanding, a teacher has the statutory right to a private grievance hearing.

Attorney General's Opinion 1981-82 #284

Nothing in the Privacy Act prohibits the release of the names and addresses of health professionals licensed by the Health Regulatory Board.

Attorney General's Opinion 1981-82 #190

No other statute prohibits the release of information regarding instances of substandard care in opthalmological services to the state board of optometry.

Attorney General's Opinion 1981-82 #060

Circuit court is a public agency under FOIA. Absent a court order, circuit court clerk cannot deny access to divorce files.

Attorney General's Opinion 1979-80 #236

Medicare and Medicaid cost reports are open records. Court rulings interpreting the federal FOIA do not apply to Virginia's FOIA.

Attorney General's Opinion 1977-78 #481A

Constitutional officers, such as treasurers, have the same rights of governmental access as any citizen.


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