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Board Emails Were Not FOIA ‘Meeting’ (access required)

Email exchanges among members of a local school board about a possible school closure were not a “meeting” under the Virginia Freedom of Information Act; although the board’s unreasonable delay in providing some documents violated FOIA, appellant was not entitled to an award of attorney’s fees and costs as a prevailing party, says the Supreme ...

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