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Jul 29, 2010

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Sunshiner

TOOT,

Possibly the video or other exempt material only. All other non-exempt records or parts thereof should be released.

Mair

Seems like it's always 'them' against us. What part of being "our" government don't they understand?

Toot

Can a federal court enjoin FOIA requests because a report contains a video?

Bryan Rahija

Let's not forget SEC also found itself exempt from the Open Government Directive.

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