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Public Official’s Guide to Compliance with the S.C. Freedom of Information Act
The latest version of the Public Official’s Guide to Compliance with the S.C. Freedom of Information Act is correct as of May 2017. Please make sure you are using the PDF or printed copy with the green cover. (If your cover is yellow, blue, or purple, you have an outdated guide.) This guide contains the entire text of the law, as well as a section-by-section plain language explanation of the law.
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