Municipalities Remain in Limbo Without Ruling from Attorney General on FOIA
With reduced staffing, focus must remain on providing essential services and public health
Nearly 200 mayors across the state have joined the Illinois Municipal League (IML) in urging Attorney General Kwame Raoul’s office to issue an advisory opinion to grant public bodies additional time to respond to public information requests amid the COVID-19 pandemic in order to avoid costly fines and legal fees. For three weeks, municipalities across Illinois, including the City of Chicago, have operated in limbo without clarification or action regarding FOIA.
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