FOIA

Gas Guzzling DC Threatens Oil Companies

D.C. may sue oil producers despite buying million gallons of fuel in 2018

The District of Columbia municipal government is exploring an environmentalist lawsuit against oil providers despite buying more than 1 million gallons of gasoline in 2018.

Green Activists With Ties to China Advised Obama State Department

NRDC’s role in Paris Agreement revealed by FOIA emails

The Natural Resources Defense Council held close ties to the Obama administration, providing advice on joining the Paris Agreement while simultaneously maintaining ties to China, according to attorneys and policy analysts who have reviewed email records obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request.

FBI Delays Release of Communications With Firm That Examined DNC Servers

Bureau relied on the firm for information about the DNC's hacked servers

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has pushed back the estimated completion date of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for documents pertaining to its communications with the security firm that examined the Democratic National Committee's hacked servers to October.

Virginia House Passes Legislation in Response to Steyer GOTV Tactics

Billionaire's NextGen project gained student phone numbers through open records act

The Virginia House of Delegates passed legislation this week that would prohibit the release of student contact information through the state's open records act in response to a get-out-the-vote effort by one of California billionaire Tom Steyer's political projects.