Illinois governor OKs law giving more time for FOIA responses

August 31, 2011


CHICAGO – Gov. Pat Quinn has signed legislation that allows the state more time to respond to Freedom of Information Act from so-called “recurrent requesters.''

Quinn's office says the Illinois governor signed the measure into law Friday and it takes effect immediately. The law also allows government entities to charge for the actual costs of retrieving information.

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