Attorney General's Opinion 1976-77 #309

FOIA applies to the General Assembly and its clerks. The telephone recrods of General Assembly members are not exempt as working papers.

Attorney General's Opinion 1974-75 #576

Complaints filed with the county human rights commission and/or tenant-landlord commission are public records. FOIA provisions trump conflicting city ordinances.

Attorney General's Opinion 1975-76 #071

FOIA does not apply to inspection of bid records; another Code provisions regulates this area.

Attorney General's Opinion 1975-76 #223

Other Code provisions prohibit release of information to parents of minors tested for venereal and other contagious diseases.

Attorney General's Opinion 1974-75 #574

Meetings between city manager and city council are public unless an exemption applies. Conflicting city charter provisions trump FOIA.

Attorney General's Opinion 1974-75 #573

Industrial authority may hold closed meeting to discuss prospective business relocations provided there has been no prior public announcement about the business' intention to locate in the area. Duty is to create access to records/meetings, not to proactively release information.


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