Nevada Supreme Court upholds state’s open records law
Nevadans still have the right to see what the government is doing with their money, thanks to a state Supreme Court ruling that firmly rejected a series of legal arguments that, if adopted, would have eviscerated Nevada’s public records law. The ruling means that the Nevada Policy Research Institute has prevailed in its public records lawsuit against the Public Employees’ Retirement System of Nevada (PERS), but the impact extends to all Nevadans.
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The Nevada Policy Research Institute fights for your personal right to be free from the constraints and abuses of an ever-growing crony government, by conducting fact-based research and grassroots education that holds government accountable and transparent to the very people it is designed to serve.
The Clark County School District is once again wasting tax dollars on frivolous legal battles designed to keep the public in the dark and the district immune from consequence for its repeated, willful violations of the state’s open records law.
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