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Emails obtained through public records requested from a parent’s association revealed California’s largest teachers union had a researcher allegedly spy on parents who fought for their children to return to classrooms during the pandemic.
Emails obtained through public records requested from a parent’s association revealed California’s largest teachers union had a researcher allegedly spy on parents who fought for their children to return to classrooms during the pandemic.
 
The North Carolina Republican Party filed a lawsuit today to force Governor Roy Cooper to follow the law and keep one of his key campaign promises, transparency.
The North Carolina Republican Party filed a lawsuit today to force Governor Roy Cooper to follow the law and keep one of his key campaign promises, transparency.
 
N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein is hiding something, say Senate Republicans challenging a back-room, Democrat-led deal to rewrite state election laws.
N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein is hiding something, say Senate Republicans challenging a back-room, Democrat-led deal to rewrite state election laws.
 
Today, Civitas Institute filed public records requests with North Carolina State Board of Elections Executive Director, Karen Brinson Bell, Chairman Damon Circosta, and Attorney General Josh Stein.
Today, Civitas Institute filed public records requests with North Carolina State Board of Elections Executive Director, Karen Brinson Bell, Chairman Damon Circosta, and Attorney General Josh Stein.
 
Over the last 3 weeks, several members of the Charlotte City Council and community have launched personal attacks of ethics violations
Over the last 3 weeks, several members of the Charlotte City Council and community have launched personal attacks of ethics violations
 
A court battle over legislative redistricting escalated Tuesday, July 2, into a tug-of-war over records that may or may not be considered public.
A court battle over legislative redistricting escalated Tuesday, July 2, into a tug-of-war over records that may or may not be considered public.
 
Four Carolina Journal staff members in February sent public records requests to all 100 county governments in North Carolina.
Four Carolina Journal staff members in February sent public records requests to all 100 county governments in North Carolina.
 
Carolina Journal Associate Editor Lindsay Marchello sat down with Carrington on Feb. 15 to talk about his career and the challenges of keeping governments accountable
Carolina Journal Associate Editor Lindsay Marchello sat down with Carrington on Feb. 15 to talk about his career and the challenges of keeping governments accountable
 
This week was Sunshine Week, not that we saw a lot of it, either meteorologically or metaphorically. What we got for the start of the week was dark clouds, some wind and even snow. Some might say it was symbolic of a week designated to shine the light on the need for open government
This week was Sunshine Week, not that we saw a lot of it, either meteorologically or metaphorically. What we got for the start of the week was dark clouds, some wind and even snow. Some might say it was symbolic of a week designated to shine the light on the need for open government
 
Following almost a month of Durham County refusing to allow the public to view the absentee ballot envelopes, which are by law public record, the Durham County Board of Elections finally informed the NCGOP legal counsel on Wednesday that they would be willing to cooperate.
Following almost a month of Durham County refusing to allow the public to view the absentee ballot envelopes, which are by law public record, the Durham County Board of Elections finally informed the NCGOP legal counsel on Wednesday that they would be willing to cooperate.
 
On Friday, August 28, the Civitas Institute Center for Law and Freedom (CLF) filed suit against the City of Belmont, North Carolina, alleging violations of state public records law.
On Friday, August 28, the Civitas Institute Center for Law and Freedom (CLF) filed suit against the City of Belmont, North Carolina, alleging violations of state public records law.
 
In 2008-2009, a legal battle took place in Guildford County Superior Court over whether third-party investigations into city police department are subject to our state's public records law. The issue is one of great importance for advocates of government transparency, as citizens have a right to...
In 2008-2009, a legal battle took place in Guildford County Superior Court over whether third-party investigations into city police department are subject to our state's public records law. The issue is one of great importance for advocates of government transparency, as citizens have a right to...
 
This administration is a champion of transparency and fair and legitimate news gathering. Fulfilling records requests is vital part of meeting those goals.
This administration is a champion of transparency and fair and legitimate news gathering. Fulfilling records requests is vital part of meeting those goals.
 
Last week, the Civitas Institute dropped our public records lawsuit against the Alamance County Board of Elections and Alamance County attorney. To the credit of the board and county attorney, the entire issue was resolved in less than four months. Unfortunately, this is lightning fast compared...
Last week, the Civitas Institute dropped our public records lawsuit against the Alamance County Board of Elections and Alamance County attorney. To the credit of the board and county attorney, the entire issue was resolved in less than four months. Unfortunately, this is lightning fast compared...
 
At the tail-end of a long meeting Monday night (2-3-14) the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners dealt with an interesting issue.
 
Last week state Sens. Thom Goolsby (R-New Hanover) and Tom Apadoca (R-Buncombe) sponsored legislation (SB 125) to make it a class 3 misdemeanor to violate public records and open meetings laws, which would at long last give those laws some teeth.
Last week state Sens. Thom Goolsby (R-New Hanover) and Tom Apadoca (R-Buncombe) sponsored legislation (SB 125) to make it a class 3 misdemeanor to violate public records and open meetings laws, which would at long last give those laws some teeth.
 
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