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OMB’s Proposed FOIA Fee Guideline Revisions Don’t Go Far Enough, State Department Historical Advisory Report Slams DoD Performance Again, and More: FRINFORMSUM 5/8/2020

OMB’s Proposed FOIA Fee Guideline Revisions Don’t Go Far Enough

The Office of Management and Budget is currently accepting comments on proposed revisions to its uniform FOIA Fee Guidelines, which date from 1987 and govern when and how all agencies can charge FOIA fees. 1,204 more words

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"Executive session" during a board meeting. What is it?

I have discussed executive sessions a couple of times in the past few months as they relate to my nonprofit clients, to school boards and Ohio’s Open Meetings Act, and to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.  1,012 more words

Audio of 911 calls reveals chaos, confusion as people hid inside and outside the Barrington Hills home where fatal shooting happened

A review of 911 calls made on the night of a fatal Barrington Hills rental home shooting in early March offers a glimpse into the chaos of the night as party-goers called for help as they reported hiding in closets, bathrooms and other areas in and outside the sprawling house. 129 more words

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COMEX Search And Seizure

By Craig Hemke – Re-Blogged From Gold Eagle

These are dark times for The Bullion Banks. Their Fractional Reserve and Digital Derivative Pricing Scheme is in great peril as refineries, miners, and mints all shut down in response to the coronavirus pandemic. 1,098 more words

Regulation