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This week’s round-up: EPA's deep (tactical) pockets, tracking ICE's lost children, and D.B. Cooper - case closed?

This week’s round-up: EPA’s deep (tactical) pockets, tracking ICE’s lost children, and D.B. Cooper - case closed?

For this week’s FOIA round-up, we’ve got the numbers on Scott Pruitt’s excessive security spending, an impending FOIA request about the enforcement mechanisms for President Donald Trump’s promise to ensure families aren’t separated at the border, and a (possible) resolution to an infamous Federal Bureau of Investigation case, thanks to FOIA.

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This week’s round-up: The cost of protecting the Winter White House, pay for play(s) in Michigan, and the DOE's dwindling civil rights caseload

This week’s round-up: The cost of protecting the Winter White House, pay for play(s) in Michigan, and the DOE’s dwindling civil rights caseload

Records released this week show taxpayers paid almost $20 million for the Coast Guard to protect President Donald Trump during visits to Mar-a-Lago, and a Michigan State Police captain is under investigation for favoring a towing firm in exchange for sports tickets. Plus, records show the Department of Education has closed more than 1200 Obama-era civil rights probes, and the Environmental Protection Agency is making FOIA requesters wait for documents - with an average processing time for complex requests of 388 days.

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Looking at the lead in Massachusetts schools: Part Two

Looking at the lead in Massachusetts schools: Part Two

As we wrote last week, the school districts of Attleboro, Brockton, Leicester, Middleborough, and Quincy, all found the highest levels of lead in their school buildings. Today, we’ll be taking a closer look at all of them.

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Looking at the lead in Massachusetts schools: Part One

Looking at the lead in Massachusetts schools: Part One

Statewide testing conducted last year shows that hundreds of public schools across Massachusetts, reported high levels of lead in their drinking water, putting thousands of students at risk for long-term health effects. However, despite the danger, these tests remain optional under current law.

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Records keeps opening up EPA, a chance to shape federal FOIA policy, and Oliver North's checkered trail

Records keeps opening up EPA, a chance to shape federal FOIA policy, and Oliver North’s checkered trail

This week’s FOIA roundup ties together the past and present with some fascinating documents. Plus, see the latest results from the #RummysSnowflakes crowdsourcing campaign.

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