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Filing a Freedom of Information Act request with a federal government agency is no easy task. The Act, itself, is often misunderstood, and the process can be cumbersome.
But the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is the cornerstone of an open and transparent government—provided it’s the executive branch, and not the president or his immediate staff. FOIA requests only apply to executive agencies in the federal government, not to state or local public records.
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