Letter contradicts Jindal administration statement on public records requests

From NOLA.com:

BATON ROUGE — A letter obtained by The Advocate contradicts a Jindal administration statement that it doesn't tell state agencies how to answer public records requests.
The letter from W. Shelby McKenzie, an outside attorney for the Louisiana State University Board of Supervisors, says Gov. Bobby Jindal's top lawyer suggested using the "deliberative process privilege" to withhold documents about budget cuts and privatization at public hospitals, the newspaper, reported Sunday.
That's the same legal privilege other agencies led by Jindal officials and allies have claimed to shield documents about controversial and politically sensitive topics, including the governor's new statewide voucher program and disagreements over the handling of a tax credit program.

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