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  • Push to open government meetings shot down in Richmond

    Push to open government meetings shot down in Richmond
    RICHMOND — A Daily Press push to open local government discussions about the performance of leaders was rejected Wednesday by a state panel studying Virginia's open meetings laws.
  • FOIA group agrees to look at 'working papers' exemption

    RICHMOND – A Virginia law that allows government officials, from the governor to mayors to college presidents, to shield a wide swath of documents from public view deserves a closer look, a small state committee reviewing Virginia's Freedom of...

    Residents file petition against Pittsylvania County board

    A group of Pittsylvania County residents says the county's agricultural development board violated the Virginia Freedom of Information Act by not letting the residents attend a meeting. The Danville Register & Bee reports (http://bit.ly/1CdwLuC ) the...

    Opinion: Virginia needs an effective FOIA, real reform to protect public's right to know

    When the General Assembly decided last year to conduct a review of Virginia's Freedom of Information Act, we were among those hopeful it would produce real reform for what should be the commonwealth's most valuable open government law. The statute was...

    Opinion: Virginia Supreme Court's executive secretary should honor FOIA, transparency

    Justices of the Supreme Court of Virginia, we are respectfully asking you to weigh in on the actions of your own employees, which have become no less than a farce. For months, the Daily Press has petitioned the Supreme Court's Office of the Executive...