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Illinois Freedom of Information Act

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  • Chicago Tribune sues College of DuPage and foundation for records

    Chicago Tribune sues College of DuPage and foundation for records
    The Chicago Tribune sued the College of DuPage and its fundraising foundation Wednesday to obtain records of certain payments made for school leaders as well as state and federal grand jury subpoenas related to school spending and foundation activities.
  • Salaita files lawsuit against U. of I. over documents in job dispute

    Salaita files lawsuit against U. of I. over documents in job dispute
    Controversial professor Steven Salaita, whose job offer at the University of Illinois was rescinded after he made anti-Israel comments on social media, filed a lawsuit Monday alleging that the university has violated the state's open records law. The...

    FOIA follies

    FOIA follies
    FOIA, (Freedom of Information Act) is under attack in the Illinois state capitol in Springfield. Read the editorial to learn of the hijinks that threaten your right to know: Illinois lawmakers want to dismantle Freedom of Information Act DECEMBER 2,...

    Illinois lawmakers want to dismantle Freedom of Information Act

    Illinois lawmakers want to dismantle Freedom of Information Act
    Your lame duck legislature is fiddling with the Illinois Freedom of Information Act again. No good can come of that. Before they leave town this week, lawmakers with nothing to lose could be asked to vote on two bills, both of them designed to water...

    City to release files on alleged police misconduct

    City to release files on alleged police misconduct
    Internal investigation files for alleged police misconduct will now be made public, officials said Sunday in a statement from Mayor Rahm Emanuel's office. With the new policy, the Chicago Police Department will release investigative files relating to...