governmental body

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All social media is subject to state freedom of information laws, but whether you get the information you've requested depends on whether the communication is considered official business of a governmental body.
According to Cnet, Weber, in his response, wrote that IBM never handed over client data to any third party, and would send the US agency to the client rather than assist the governmental body.
Now, if a court finds that a local governmental body "willfully and intentionally" did not comply with the Act, the court may impose civil penalties of "not less than $2,500 nor more than $5,000 for each occurrence.
has consistently fought off attempts to hand control of the corporation over to the United Nations or some other international governmental body, winning the most recent struggle just months ago.
The problem is the public impression that they are a governmental body.
If a governmental body can justify a development plan as having a positive impact on taxes, employment and the public welfare, and that it is part of an integrated, development plan, then this case will afford the basis for implementing such plans by using the eminent domain power.
Under Oregon law, if a governmental body is slapped with civil judgments surpassing its insurance and its ability to pay from unencumbered general funds, the body may seek voter approval of a tax levy to pay the amount.
No public governmental body shall grant any person or entity the exclusive right to access and disseminate public records, although there is a narrow exception when there is a need to facilitate coordinate with industry regulators.
But in nearly all of the states Markey cited, a combination of amusement park, or third party private inspectors, overseen by some governmental body, inspects rides.
Are we ever allowed to overlook this or that taxable item because the governmental body involved is considered corrupt or inefficient?
As I understand it, the notion of a seal to designate a governmental body dates back to the Middle Ages.
Under the Sunshine Law, any public governmental body can seek a formal opinion from the attorney general to clarify any doubt the body might have about the legality of closing any meeting.

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