Jan 092011
 January 9, 2011  Posted by  Court, Workplace

Ron Dzwonkowski reports:

In one of the last acts of its short-lived Democratic majority, the Michigan Supreme Court did some potential damage to the public’s right to know, in a ruling about the privacy of what public employees do on public time with publicly provided communications systems.

The court ought to reconsider this decision before somebody tries to hide behind it to thwart the Michigan Freedom of Information Act, a law that’s intended to make sure the public can know how public business is being conducted and whether public office is being abused.

Read more in the Detroit Free Press.

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