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Freedom of Information Day

Freedom of Information Day

Freedom of Information Day, celebrated annually on March 16, promotes public access to government information and the public’s right to know.  Held during Sunshine Week, the day also celebrates the birth of our fourth President, James Madison (1751-1836).  Madison is...
Freedom of Information Day and Sunshine Week 2014

Freedom of Information Day and Sunshine Week 2014

Freedom of Information Day on March 16 promotes public access to government information and the public’s right to know.  Held during Sunshine Week, the day also celebrates the birth of  our fourth President, James Madison (1751-1836).  Madison is recognized as...
Freedom of Information Day and Sunshine Week 2014

Freedom of Information Day, March 16

Freedom of Information Day promotes public access to government information and the public’s right to know.  Held during Sunshine Week, the day also celebrates the birth of  our fourth President, James Madison (1751-1836).  Madison is recognized as the primary...

Put Sunshine in Your Government

March 11 – 17 is “Sunshine Week ,” promoting your right-to-know and open government.  Since 2005,  Sunshine Week has celebrated freedom of information and open public records to ensure that citizens have access to information about and by their...