The Nevada Supreme Court ruled that government officials cannot subvert the state’s public records law, by conducting official business on private devices or through personal email accounts. The Nevada Policy Research Institute applauds the Court’s decision, they say is essential to ensuring Nevadans receive the kind of transparent and open government promised to them under […]
Groups and media organizations across the political spectrum were alarmed when, as the Bluegrass Institute Center for Open Government reported, House Bill 302 was changed to reclassify government business done on private devices and accounts as outside the reach of the open records law. As a result, the independent nonpartisan Bluegrass Institute has joined with Forward […]
A yearslong push in San Diego to include city workers’ use of private devices for government business under the state’s public records law just hit another major snag, frustrating open government advocates and city lawmakers.