Mar 302010
 March 30, 2010  Posted by  Court, Workplace

Paul Mones reports:

A state employee group has asked an Oklahoma County judge to block the release of the birth dates of state employees after an Open Records Act request by The Oklahoman.

The c filed the motion for a temporary restraining order and temporary injunction Monday against the state’s Office of Personnel Management.

A hearing is set for April 7 before Oklahoma County District Judge Noma D. Gurich.

In its lawsuit, OPEA claims a Feb. 19 Open Records request by The Oklahoman for the names, titles, payroll information and dates of birth of all state employees would put them at risk of identity theft.

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