How We See It: School Boards Don't Need Threats Of Felonies

Posted: March 7, 2014 at 5 a.m.

It will come as no surprise this newspaper and journalists in general support the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act and the legal guarantees it established to give the public access to governmental decision-making processes and to many of the records maintained on their behalf by government authorities.

What’s The Point?

Recent advice that revealing information from executive sessions might result in a felony charge against school board members was dead wrong.

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