As you know, GFAF occasionally files an amicus (‘friend of the court’) curiae brief in important sunshine law cases. We filed this brief, yesterday, concerning some changes in the law Continue Reading →
Please join us tomorrow, at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, for our nuts and bolts workshop. But please let us know you are coming! Here is the program.
We had record turn-out this morning, 10/24/12, at the State of Georgia for the Continuing Legal Education program called Georgia’s New Open Government Laws: 2012 House Bill 397 and the Continue Reading →
GFAF had the great pleasure of honoring Congressman John Lewis with the 2012 Charles L. Weltner Freedom of Information Award on April 11, 2012 at the offices of King & Continue Reading →
Decatur, Ga., May 14, 2007 – The Internet is sparking an open-government revolution in cities across Georgia. For example, there’s going to be a council meeting of some importance tonight Continue Reading →