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Panel gives tips to overcome federal agencies’ dodges of public records requests

Experts on the federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) say the intent of the public records law and how it is executed are often in conflict. The expert panelists at the New England First Amendment Institute’s presentation Nov. 17 on the Freedom of Information Act offered suggestions on how to navigate that conflicted path...

Reporters share tips and tricks for building an effective source network

Eric Moskowitz of The Boston Globe was going to interview Danny about the night he was carjacked at gunpoint by the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, brothers Tamerlan and Dzhokar Tsarnaev. Danny had agreed to share his story with the Globe on the condition that his full Chinese name would not be published...

How to navigate FOIA’s path to public records

“Hiding in plain sight” was the phrase Maggie Mulvihill used to describe the process of requesting public records through the federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). It was also the title of her presentation during a workshop she and Shawn Musgrave held Nov. 17 for the New England First Amendment Institute...


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