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R.I. ACLU v. Carcieri (2008)

Category: Open Government    

Open records lawsuit against the Governor for refusing to release documents relating to the chain of command for state governance during the Governor’s absence from the state. The court ordered immediate release of certain documents, and also awarded attorneys’ fees.

Cooperating Attorney: Kathleen Managhan

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