Here’s the GFAF report card on legislation with an impact on government transparency and free speech: what passed and what did not during the 2016 session, and whether it helps Continue Reading →
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 →
Click here for our updates on the latest developments, as of close of business March 11, 2016, at Georgia’s General Assembly. Currently, we are most actively monitoring SB 323 and 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.
Click here for the latest on First Amendment and open government bills in Georgia, one day after cross-over day in this session of the General Assembly.
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 →
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 →