S.C. high court to decide if public records law violates school administrators’ free speech rights

From the Student Press Law Center:

The South Carolina attorney general intervened Tuesday in a state Supreme Court case to decide whether school administrator associations fall under the South Carolina Freedom of Information Act.

Alan Wilson, the state’s attorney general, filed a brief on the side of appellant Rocky “Rocky D” Disabato, a radio talk-show host who was denied a public records request from the South Carolina Association of School Administrators.