As Georgia reopens and braces for an increase in COVID-19 cases, state relies on corporate donations and PPE orders go unfilled
As more industries begin to rely on PPE to protect themselves against COVID-19, Georgia is straining to identify and address shortages.
This week’s FOIA round-up: Credibility-challenged cops, a $10,000 public records settlement, and BuzzFeed’s massive Mueller scoop
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This week’s FOIA round-up: DMVs selling out the public, cop fails cocaine-or-bird-poop test, and a Providence bike fight
A star quarterback’s career almost cut short over a case of fecal misidentification, a questionable profit center for departments of motor vehicles, and the citizen gripes behind a brewing Rhode Island bike war. All in a week’s work for public records.
Food & Water Watch intern Gabrielle Rosenthal shares what she learned working on our project to look into water privatization across the country.