Reporters Committee, others file amicus brief in Tennessee police records case

The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, the Tennessee Association of Broadcasters, the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression and the University of Virginia School of Continue Reading

2 of 3 school board chairmen in Blount County see no need to charge to view public records

The Daily Times in Maryville asked the three school board chairmen in Blount County what they thought about changing the law to allow local governments to charge citizens to view Continue Reading

Editorial: Bills would keep citizens in dark on public records

Awesome editorial about need for transparency and accountability in government by Knoxville News Sentinel, reprinted here with permission: Three bills now pending in the Tennessee Legislature would combine to cripple Continue Reading

News Sentinel: Bill would charge extra fees for public records

The Knoxville News Sentinel reports in its Sunday edition what Knox County school board members think of an effort  by the Tennessee School Boards Association to change the law so Continue Reading