Georgia’s annual legislative session ended on Thursday, March 24, 2016. Click here for the highs and lows of the transparency and First Amendment bills that passed through the General Assembly Continue Reading →
Hi, here is our correspondence regarding a portion of Senate Bill 367. Please see more of our analysis of legislative bills in our March 2, 2016 Legislative Watch.
Get access to all the material’s from this year’s conference on one page Please also complete the conference evaluation here: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/2623753/25th-Annual-Georgia-Bar-Media-Judiciary-Conference Thank you! Continue Reading →
GFAF Legislative Breakfast: Experts warn against erosion of open government Georgia’s General Assembly makes up its own rules for open records, meetings and transparency, and that means much of the Continue Reading →
Check out this open government victory in Habersham County. Click here to read the opinion. In short, the Court decided that Habersham officials violated the State’s open meetings and records Continue Reading →
Click here to see the amicus brief filed by today by GFAF and others in the the Georgia Court of Appeals in connection with Georgia’s Open Records Act.
Join us Jan. 28 for a free legislative breakfast gathering with a panel of First Amendment experts to explore open government and transparency issues likely to emerge at this year’s General Continue Reading →
Click here to see this recent opinion from the Georgia Court of Appeals in connection with Georgia’s Open Records Act.
The Georgia First Amendment Foundation is proud to invite you and a guest to attend a free advance screening of the movie “Trumbo” about one of the Hollywood 10, a Continue Reading →
View Gallery ATLANTA – The Georgia First Amendment Foundation gave the 2015 Charles L. Weltner Freedom of Information Award to Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens at a dinner September 17 Continue Reading →