What is the Freedom of Information Act?
The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is a state statute that provides the public the right to access government documents and records. The law provides that a person can ask the public body for a copy of its records on a specific subject and the public body must provide those records, unless there is an exemption in the statute that protects those records from disclosure.Freedom of Information Act

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1. What is the Freedom of Information Act?
2. Who can file a Freedom of Information request?
3. How do I submit a request for information, and what information do I include on my request?
4. Is there a fee for the requested information?
5. How long do I have to wait to receive the requested information, who will notify me, and where do I go to pick up the requested information?