Records - Access 1990's

Humane Society is subject to access laws (Putnam County), December 1999 (23:12), p. 2

Court orders release of child's records (Pinellas County), December 1999 (23:12), p. 2

Court denies public access to records of private attorneys (Tampa), December 1999 (23:12), p. 2

Court affirms award in records suit (Tallahassee), December 1999 (23:12), p. 1

Judge: TGH is subject to access laws (Tampa), December 1999 (23:12), p. 1

Judge clears school board member of law violation (Pensacola), December 1999 (23:12), p. 1

Amended law requires colleges to disclose more crimes (analysis by S. Daniel Carter), November 1999 (23:11), p. 4

Court says request has proper purpose (Gainesville), November 1999 (23:11), p. 1

Mayor cleared of records law violation (Anna Maria), November 1999 (23:11), p. 1

Judge denies public access to recordings (Tampa), November 1999 (23:11), p. 1

Insurance company loses its battle to keep notes secret (Tallahassee), November 1999 (23:11), p. 1

Resident sues state over pay phone line (Tallahassee), October 1999 (23:10), p. 2

Butterworth: School public records may not be free (Tallahassee), October 1999 (23:10), p. 2

State candidates to pay less for voter registration records (analysis by Kevin Wood), September 1999 (23:9), p. 4

Lawsuit claims school board violated state access laws (Indian River County), September 1999 (23:9), p. 2

Judge says e-mail address book is a public record (Pensacola), September 1999 (23:9), p. 2

Policy would delay news flow to the public (Palmetto), September 1999 (23:9), p. 1

Law enforcement offices not always complying with law (analysis by Michele Bush), August 1999 (23:8), p. 4

Hospital records to remain closed to public (Deland), August 1999 (23:8), p. 3

Opinion addresses public records copying fees (Tallahassee), August 1999 (23:8), p. 3

Judge denies paper’s request for records (Bartow) August 1999 (23:8) p. 3

Mayor faces charges of law violations (Anna Maria), August 1999 (23:8), p. 3

Court rules CORE is subject to Public Records Law (St. Lucie County), August 1999 (23:8), p. 3

Judge awards attorney's fees in public records law suit (Tarpon Springs), August 1999 (23:8), p. 1

Court asked if e-mail address book is public record (Pensacola), August 1999 (23:8), p. 1

Hospital foundation exempt from law (Tarpon Springs), July 1999 (23:7), p. 2

School board member suspended for law violations (Pensacola), July 1999 (23:7), p. 1

Private provider of probation services sued over records (St. Lucie County), June 1999 (23:6), p. 3

Newspaper sues city over public records (Anna Maria), June 1999 (23:6), p. 2

Health-care provider pays paper’s legal fees (Lakeland), June 1999 (23:6), p. 1

Public official jailed for Public Records Law violation (Pensacola), June 1999 (23:6), p. 1

Naples police did not violate law (Naples), May 1999 (23:5), p. 3

Newspaper, hospital question Sunshine Law exemption (Deland), May 1999 (23:5), p. 3

Foreperson’s name remains public record (Tallahassee), May 1999 (23:5), p. 2

Public records request triggers reciprocal discovery (Tallahassee), May 1999 (23:5), p. 1

Bucs release records under threat of $200,00 daily fine (Tampa), April 1999 (23:4), p. 2

Prison health provider releases settlement records (Lakeland), April 1999 (23:4), p. 1

Ethics committee withdraws its opinion (Tallahassee), March 1999 (23:3), p. 5

Government agencies comply with Public Records Law (Daytona Beach), March 1999 (23:3), p. 5

Commission looks into access exemptions (Vero Beach), March 1999 (23:3), p. 1

Newspaper sues county over access (Daytona Beach), February 1999 (23:2), p. 3

School Board member denies access to public records (Pensacola), February 1999 (23:2), p. 3

Attorney General says files belong to city, not lawyer (Tallahassee), January 1999 (23:1), p. 3

Police Union wants investigative records (West Palm Beach), January 1999 (23:1), p. 2

Bush hesitant to release transition team records (Tallahassee), January 1999 (23:1), p. 1

Police department, Church of Scientology settle lawsuit (Clearwater), Dec. 1998 (22:12), p. 2

Suit challenges records exemption (Tampa), Dec. 1998 (22:12), p. 2

Hospital meetings should be accessible (Vero Beach), Dec. 1998 (22:12), p. 1

Juvenile’s felony arrest records sealed (Gadsden County), Dec. 1998 (22:12), p. 1

Collier County did not violate records law (Naples), Nov. 1998 (22:11), p. 2

Candidate not subject to records law (Tallahassee), Nov. 1998 (22:11), p. 2

Securities dealers’ information should be open to public (Tallahassee), Nov. 1998 (22:11), p. 2

Police must release records about informer’s payments (St. Petersburg), Nov. 1998 (22:11), p. 2

Official arrested for illegal access (Fort Pierce), Nov. 1998 (22:11), p. 1

Campus bookstore must share professors’ orders (Dade County), Nov. 1998 (22:11), p. 1

No violations by Escambia school district (Pensacola), Oct. 1998 (22:10) p. 2

Member of Chiles' staff accuses newspaper of spying (Tallahassee), July 1998 (22:7), p. 2

Mortham staff violated records law (Tallahassee), July 1998 (22:7), p. 1

Attorney general’s memos about litigation not public, May 1998 (22:5), p. 3

DEP director charged with open records violation (Pensacola), May 1998 (22:5), p. 2

Architectural and building plans public records (Tallahassee), March 1998 (22:3), p. 2

AGO: Volunteer fire departments open to public records law (Lake Placid), March 1998 (22:3), p. 2

Murder trial transcripts posted on Web (Sarasota), February 1998 (22:2), p. 2

Sheriff’s drug investigation files not exempt after conviction (Palm Beach), February 1998 (22:2), p. 2

Private jail health service must release records, judge says (Lakeland), January 1998 (22:1), p. 2

Tips for getting records: Be aggressive but be polite (analysis by Fred Schulte), December 1997 (21:12), p. 6

Newspaper files second suit against city (St. Petersburg Beach), December 1997 (21:12), p. 2

Report says Charlotte sheriff acted legally, November 1997 (21:11), p. 3

AGO: Conflict of laws should go to court or Legislature, November 1997 (21:11), p. 3

DeSoto County, company settle lawsuit over records, October 1997 (21:10), p. 2

Regional DER office refuses to change photo ID policy (Pensacola), October 1997 (21:10), p. 2

Tobacco company releases paper (West Palm Beach), September 1997 (21:9), p. 3

AGO: Records seeker can’t dictate electronic format, September 1997 (21:9), p. 3

Ex-city official pleads guilty in Dade (Opa-Locka), September 1997 (21:9), p. 1

Clerk’s office removes victim names (Clearwater), July 1997 (21:7), p. 3

Records open if youth tried as adult (Tallahassee), July 1997 (21:7), p. 3

Three Fernandina Beach officials face charges, July 1997 (21:7), p. 3

FDLE sets up Web site, phone line on felons, June 1997 (21:6), p. 2

State sues to get hospital deal documents (Jacksonville), June 1997 (21:6), p. 2

Evaluations of appointed superintendents public, June 1997 (21:6), p. 2

Inmate denied Coca-Cola records, May 1997 (21:5), p. 3

Prosecutor clears Palmetto officials, May 1997 (21:5), p. 3

Sex offender information can be released, AGO says, April 1997 (21:4), p. 4

Suit claims code books costs too much (Miami), April 1997 (21:4), p. 3

Fort Pierce pays newspaper $15,000 to settle dispute, April 1997 (21:4), p. 3

Harbor’s pilots’ records are public, AGO says, April 1997 (21:4), p. 2

Agencies try to make it easier to check up on doctors, April 1997 (21:4), p. 2

Papers can see taped interrogations (Tavares), April 1997 (21:4), p. 1

Letter released after paper complains (Tarpon Springs), March 1997 (21:3), p. 5

Complaints not records until reasonable-cause decision, March 1997 (21:3), p. 5

Port St. Lucie restricts access to city offices, records, March 1997 (21:3), p 5

Gainesville required to release the name of crime victim, January 1997 (21:1), p. 1

Town will reconsider flat fee for copies of records (Callahan), December 1996 (20:12), p. 3

AGO gives broad reading to victim records exemption, December 1996 (20:12), p. 3

Jail health provider drops appeal of records ruling (Largo), November 1996 (20:11), p. 2

FAU required to release records about donation, November 1996 (20:11), p. 2

Access to jail health records ordered (St. Petersburg), October 1996 (20:10), p. 2

Hispanic council subject to open records law (West Palm Beach), September 1996 (20:9), p. 2

Woman may not sue for inaccurate records, September 1996 (20:9), p. 2

School board to pay $39,000 in legal fees (West Palm Beach), September 1996 (20:9), p 2

Court clerk may charge $1 per page (West Palm Beach), September 1996 (20:9), p. 2

Records case against Ridder to continue (Miami), September 1996 (20:9), p. 1.

Media serve public’s right to know in Adam Walsh case (analysis by Earl Maucker), August 1996 (20:8), p. 4

Paper awarded fees in public records suit (Ft. Myers), August 1996 (20:8), p. 2

AG says complainants’ names private, August 1996 (20:8), p. 2

DCA upholds fees judgment against board (West Palm Beach), August 1996 (20:8), p. 1

Disney security files ruled private (Orlando), August 1996 (20:8), p. 1

Property appraiser’s e-mail would be public (Tallahassee), July 1996 (20:7), p. 2

AGO permits limited release of exempt criminal investigation files, July 1996 (20:7), p. 2

Delays violated records law (West Palm Beach), July 1996 (20:7), p. 1

City to charge for time on records requests (Eustis), June 1996 (20:6), p. 2

Edited tape subject of court sanctions, June 1996 (20:6), p. 2

Hospital concedes public records suit (Tampa), June 1996 (20:6), p. 1

Polk official cleared in public records dispute, May 1996 (20:5), p. 2

Hospital admits possible records violation (Tampa) May 1996 (20:5), p. 2

DOC officials accused of destroying public records (Tallahassee), May 1996 (20:5), p. 1

AGO addresses release of investigation files, April 1996 (20:4), p. 2

News-Press petition successful in obtaining release of HRS files (Ft. Myers), April 1996 (20:4), p. 2

Contractor held subject to records law (Daytona Beach), April 1996 (20:4), p. 2

Reporter refused public records (Ft. Pierce), April 1996 (20:4), p. 2

Host of proposed bills seek to restrict access (analysis by Barbara A. Petersen), March 1996 (20:3), p. 6

Supervisor charged (Bartow), March 1996 (20:3), p. 2

Records policy criticized by State Attorney (Ocala), March 1996 (20:3), p. 2

AGO permits release of emergency records to city attorneys, March 1996 (20:3), p. 2

Spaziano refused access to FDLE file (Sanford), March 1996 (20:3), p. 1

Chamber claims its records not public (Key West), February 1996 (20:2), p. 3

Attorney peer reviews will not be released to public, February 1996 (20:2), p. 3

House panel kills open records bill, February 1996 (20:2), p. 1

Access to public university records needs improvement (analysis by Ray Washington), January 1996 (20:1), p. 4

Star-Banner obtains "confidential" settlement agreement (Ocala), January 1996 (20:1), p. 3

Police complaint closed, January 1996 (20:1), p. 2

USF releases ex-professor’s e-mail (Tampa), January 1996 (20:1), p. 1

Lawyers gain access to UF gag order, January 1996 (20:1), p. 1

Litigants must request fees at appellate level, December 1995 (19:12), p. 3

AG rules trade secret not always secret (Tallahassee), December 1995 (19:12), p. 2

Records of police interviews not exempt (Ft. Lauderdale), December 1995 (19:12), p. 2

Director faces records tampering charges (Bartow), December 1995 (19:12), p. 2

Town need not pay fees for records violation (Eatonville), November 1995 (19:11), p. 2

Brevard County Sheriff legally withheld record, November 1995 (19:11), p. 2

AGO says city audit reports not exempt, October 1995 (19:10), p. 2

Chiles folds records into exempt clemency file (Starke), October 1995 (19:10), p. 2

State improves elections records’ access, October 1995 (19:10), p. 2

Gainesville publicizes criminal history, October 1995 (19:10), p. 1

Law enforcers define initial status of 911 transcripts, September 1995 (19:9), p. 2

Hillsborough increases its court records’ fee, September 1995 (19:9), p. 2

Court denies FOIA access to IRS records (Miami), September 1995 (19:9), p. 2

University of Florida to ask legislature to exempt some health-services records, September 1995 (19:9), p. 2

UF publishes policies on e-mail, September 1995 (19:9), p. 2

Doctor’s criminal trial records to stay open (Orlando), September 1995 (19:9), p. 1

State attorney seeks to remove victims’, witnesses’ names from police reports (Tampa), September 1995 (19:9), p. 1

AGO releases two opinions on records, August 1995 (19:8), p. 2

City ordered to reveal settlement offers (New Smyrna Beach), August 1995 (19:8), p. 1

State’s Medicaid HMO reports ruled public records, August 1995 (19:8), p. 1

Agency must find, release immigration decisions (Miami), July 1995 (19:7), p. 1

Newspaper sues for fire department records (Punta Gorda), June 1995 (19:6), p. 2

Other patients’ records open in medical malpractice lawsuits, June 1995 (19:6), p. 2

Records of juvenile felony arrests opened, June 1995 (19:6), p. 2

Re-examine public records law to protect privacy (analysis by Jennifer Shasha), May 1995 (19:5), p. 4

School Board to pay court costs, fees (West Palm Beach), May 1995 (19:5), p. 2

Sun-Sentinel sues for HMO records (Ft. Lauderdale), May 1995 (19:5), p. 2

High voltage Sunshine suit getting hotter (Oldsmar), May 1995 (19:5), p. 1

Survey funding private, not open to scrutiny (West Palm Beach), May 1995 (19:5), p. 1

Records, testimony sealed in incest case (Ocala), April 1995 (19:4), p. 2

HMO sues to keep reports from scrutiny, April 1995 (19:4), p. 2

Times-Union sues to get school desegregation records (Jacksonville), April 1995 (19:4), p. 2

Watch legislature to protect open government (analysis by David Bralow), March 1995 (19:3), p. 6

Records, review bills back on legislative slate, March 1995 (19:3), p. 4

AG says ad valorem tax form private, March 1995 (19:3), p. 3

Star-Banner wins access to police records (Ocala), March 1995 (19:3), p. 3

Dunnellon fights to keep records closed, March 1995 (19:3), p. 1

Pinellas court releases juvenile records, February 1995 (19:2), p. 2

Putnam County declines union evaluations, February 1995 (19:2), p. 2

With a little help, Open Record Act serves Texas citizens (analysis by Thomas G. Watts), January 1995 (19:1), p. 4

Attorney seeks access to search warrant affidavits (Boca Raton), January 1995 (19:1), p. 3

AGO: Teachers’ union evaluations are public, January 1995 (19:1), p. 2

Palm Beach schools sued for records, January 1995 (19:1), p. 1

Will the sun set on public records exemptions? (analysis by Davis M. Snyder), December 1994 (18:12), p. 4

Ocala police must redact and release report (Daytona Beach), December 1994 (18:12), p. 3

Exemption remains with attorney work, December 1994 (18:12), p. 3

AG rules sheriff’s deputy mug shots open to public, December 1994 (18:12), p. 3

Sheriff must release murder confession (Shalimar), December 1994 (18:12), p. 2

When privacy concerns conflict with Public Records Law (analysis by Sandra F. Chance), November 1994 (18:11), p. 4

Government litigation strategy sessions closed, November 1994 (18:11), p. 2

St. Petersburg Junior College wins fees, costs (New Port Richey), November 1994 (18:11), p. 2

Information on juvenile felons now open, November 1994 (18:11), p. 2

U.S. crime bill limits access to DMV records, November 1994 (18:11), p. 2

Newspapers, court clerk file suits over records fees (Palm Beach), November 1994 (18:11), p. 2

Shared records retain exemption (West Palm Beach), November 1994 (18:11), p. 1

Sheriff withholds name to ‘protect citizenry’ case (Ft. Myers), October 1994 (18:10), p. 3

Law firm wins fees in public records case (Lakeland), October 1994 (18:10), p. 2

FDLE must report expunged records to state agencies, October 1994 (18:10), p. 1

Police records remain closed until final action (Ft. Lauderdale), September 1994 (18:9), p. 2

Police radio tapes exempt from disclosure (Ft. Myers), September 1994 (18:9), p. 2

Commissioner edits database before release (Miami), September 1994 (18:9), p. 1

Higher courthouse copy fee may deter access (analysis by J.K. "Buddy" Irby), August 1994 (18:8), p. 6

Mandatory drug-testing records must be public, August 1994 (18:8), p. 2

Computerized criminal information system not public record, August 1994 (18:8), p. 2

Settlements reduce costs, increase understanding (analysis by Gregg D. Thomas and Diane McFarlin), July 1994 (18:7), p. 4

HRS records of some abuse complaints may be redacted, then released to public, July 1994 (18:7), p. 2

Public employee Social Security numbers now confidential, July 1994 (18:7), p. 2

Only expunged crime records exempt from disclosure, July 1994 (18:7), p. 2

Strategy session records stay confidential, July 1994 (18:7), p. 1

Bill to prohibit publication dies in Senate, June 1994 (18:6), p. 3

County prosecutor withheld documents unintentionally (Panama City), June 1994 (18:6), p. 3

Scientologists move record request to federal court (Clearwater), June 1994 (18:6), p. 3

Tampa TV station seeks access to video of boy brandishing gun, May 1994 (18:5), p. 2

Electronic records bill dies in House, May 1994 (18:5), p. 1

Star-Banner to appeal police records ruling (Ocala), April 1994 (18:4), p. 2

Boca Raton paper sues mayor, city over Private Sector Survey, April 1994 (18:4), p. 2

Naples Daily News will identify serious juvenile offenders, April 1994 (18:4), p. 2

Station sues Belleair over access to records, March 1994 (18:3), p. 2

Research shows that fees add teeth to access statutes (analysis by Robert Rivas), February 1994 (18:2), p. 6

Report asks legislature to ensure electronic access to records, February 1994 (18:2), p. 1

Gainesville commission makes EEOC complaint records public, February 1994 (18:2), p. 2

Citrus County Public Health Unit target of records suit, February 1994 (18:2), p. 2

Hernando access system a vision of the future, January 1994 (18:1), p. 2

Federal lawsuit against junior college could closed EEOC records (St. Petersburg), January 1994 (18:1), p. 2

Herald-Tribune agrees to drop suit against hospital (Sarasota), January 1994 (18:1), p. 1

Jacksonville base panel seeks waiver from public records law, December 1993 (17:11), p. 2

Hearings help to shape future of access to electronic records (analysis by David Bralow), November 1993 (17:10), p. 4

Parties seek new hearing in records case (St. Petersburg), November 1993 (17:10), p. 2

All emergency tapes to remain public records, November 1993 (17:10), p. 2

Files in corruption case still sealed (Tampa), November 1993 (17:10), p. 2

State frowns on E-mail deletion policy (Tampa), November 1993 (17:10), p. 1

An alternative to court for reporters, government agencies (analysis by Patricia R. Gleason), October 1993 (17:9), p. 4

Palm Beach Post sues for access to settlement records, October 1993 (17:9), p. 2

Court grants standing to minors in records suit, October 1993 (17:9), p. 1

Student murders case: teamwork solves access challenge (analysis by Grant C. Slayden), August-September 1993 (17:8), p. 4

HRS ordered to release audit records, August-September 1993 (17:8), p. 2

New constitutional amendment raises standard of openness (analysis by Barry Richard), July 1993 (17:7), p. 4

Secret files open for public inspection, July 1993 (17:7), p. 1

Butterworth opinion supports opening sex offenders’ records, June 1993 (17:6), p. 2

St. Petersburg Times files open records suit against hospital, June 1993 (17:6), p. 2

FSU agrees to open Seminole Boosters’ financial records, June 1993 (17:6), p. 2

Lawmakers craft new legislative record exemptions, June 1993 (17:6), p. 1

Final release of Rolling discovery records this month (Gainesville), May 1993 (17:5), p. 2

City drops secret employee file system (Tarpon Springs), May 1993 (17:5), p. 2

FSU boosters question legality of open expenditure records, May 1993 (17:5), p. 2

Naples Airport officials may delay access to public records, May 1993 (17:5), p. 2

Legislators put amendment into effect, May 1993 (17:5), p. 1Sunshine-in-Litigation law may survive legal challenge, May 1993 (17:5), p. 1

College foundation ordered to open some records to public (West Palm Beach), April 1993 (17:4), p. 3

Lawyers ordered to stop removing civil case files, April 1993 (17:4), p. 2

FLGISA supports the right of citizens to inspect public records (analysis by Al Rutherford), February 1993 (17:2), p. 6

HRS ordered to pay newspaper’s legal fees (Ft. Lauderdale), February 1993 (17:2), p. 2

NAACP sees a way around records law in Polk County case (Bartow), January 1993 (17:1), p. 4

Report out on computerized records access, January 1993 (17:1), p. 3

Companies sue state to keep litigation records confidential, January 1993 (17:1), p. 3

Sunshine exemption review underway, January 1993 (17:1), p. 3

University foundations will open some records to public, December 1992 (16:12), p. 3

State files Sunshine-in-Litigation suit for DuPont records, December 1992 (16:11), p. 3

Times-Union wins investigative records appeal (Jacksonville), December 1992 (16:12), p. 2

UF won’t deny access to student names, addresses, December 1992 (16:12), p. 2

Second batch of Rolling files released (Gainesville), December 1992 (16:12), p. 1

Brechner Award-winning series changed law on sealed records (analysis by Richard Bockman), November 1992 (16:11), p. 4

Board of Regents likely to open university foundation records (Jacksonville), November 1992 (16:11), p. 3

Voters pass access amendment by a wide margin, November 1992 (16:11), p. 1

Legislative action killed some records bills, September 1992 (16:9), p. 5

Union sues to keep teachers’ data private (Miami), September 1992 (16:9), p. 2

Voters need to be reminded about amendment’s importance (analysis by Paul Gates), August 1992 (16:8), p. 6

Legislative action on public records and public meetings bills, August 1992 (16:8), p. 4

College foundation records ruled public (West Palm Beach), August 1992 (16:8), p. 2

Attorney General issues two opinions, August 1992 (16:8), p. 2

Willets case illustrates public records, privacy dilemma (analysis by Kathleen Pellegrino), July 1992 (16:7), p. 4

Legislature votes to open hospital inspection reports, July 1992 (16:7), p. 3

Butterworth rules records open to counselors, July 1992 (16:7), p. 2

Court orders release of Everglades records to sugar growers, July 1992 (16:7), p. 2

Attorney General issues three Public Records Law opinions, June 1992 (16:6), p. 3

City votes to make suit settlement terms open to public (Lake Worth), June 1992 (16:6), p. 3

Legislature exempts tourist data from public scrutiny, June 1992 (16:6), p. 2

Niceville Housing Authority takes records fight to court (Niceville), June 1992 (16:6), p. 2

Tribune donates attorney’s fees to hospital (Tampa), June 1992 (16:6), p. 2

Attorney General says center records open, May 1992 (16:5), p. 3

Bank agrees to open loan files (Miami Lakes), May 1992 (16:5), p. 3

State Ethics Commission votes to close reports to public access, May 1992 (16:5), p. 3

Lee County officials may seek to shield documents, May 1992 (16:5), p. 3

Protection of FBI’s sources outweighs right to know, May 1992 (16:5), p. 1

Federal chemical records bill poses dilemma for journalists (analysis by Bruce Ritchie), April 1992 (16:4), p. 4

Poll shows 97.5% favor amendment (Orlando), April 1992 (16:4), p. 2

Chiles vetoes utility records exemption, April 1992 (16:4), p. 1

Legislature looks at records law after HRS series (analysis by Lisa Demer), March 1992 (16:3), p. 4

Attorney General’s office issues two Public Records Law opinions, March 1992 (16:3), p. 3

HRS agrees to pay The Tampa Tribune $44,250 in legal fees, march 1992 (16:3), p. 2

Amendment headed for ballot, March 1992 (16:3), p. 1

USF official resigns amid criticism, February 1992 (16:2), p. 2

Amendment nears final approval, February 1992 (16:2), p. 1

Regulations needed to govern ‘extensive use’ provision (analysis by Neil Skene), December 1991-January 1992 (16:1), p. 6

Doctor abandons effort to seal records (Orlando), December 1991-January 1992 (16:1), p. 3

Legislature to consider records and meetings exemptions, December 1991-January 1992 (16:1), p. 3

Attorney general decides two Public Records Law questions, December 1991-January 1992 (16:1), p. 2

Lawmakers reject access amendment, December 1991-January 1992 (16:1), p. 1

Interest groups seek to amend Florida’s Public Records Law (analysis by Barbara A. Petersen), November 1991 (15:10), p. 4

Attorney general decides records issues, November 1991 (15:10), p. 2

City votes to pay attorneys’ fees in records case (St. Petersburg), November 1991 (15:10), p. 1

A primer on private companies and the Public Records Act (analysis by George K. Rahdert), October 1991 (15:9), p. 4

Butterworth: Resignation may open records, October 1991 (15:9), p. 2

Paper may review records, A.G. decides, October 1991 (15:9), p. 2

Paper files records suit against sheriff (Ft. Lauderdale), October 1991 (15:9), p. 2

A.G. issues computer software ruling, October 1991 (15:9), p. 2

Contract negotiations need not be open, circuit judge rules (Okeechobee), October 1991 (15:9), p. 1

Paper gets details on settlement (Bartow), August-September 1991 (15:8), p. 2

State attorneys may charge officials, August-September 1991 (15:8), p. 1

Legislation may exempt HRS records, July 1991 (15:7), p. 2

Paper awarded attorney’s fees (West Palm Beach), July 1991 (15:7), p. 2

Attorney general: Prosecutors may charge officials, July 1991 (15:7), p. 1

FTC seeks University of Florida records, June 1991 (15:6), p. 2

Attorney general decides records issues, June 1991 (15:6), p. 2

Tribune sues HRS for child abuse and neglect records (Tampa Tribune), May 1991 (15:5), p. 3

Okaloosa sheriff cleared of public records charge, April 1991 (15:5), p. 3

Police must maintain tape recordings, state official says (Port Richey), May 1991 (15:5), p. 3

Lawmakers pass Sunshine bills in recent session, May 1991 (15:5), p. 1

Race to courthouse may remove teeth from records law (analysis by Charles D. Tobin), April 1991 (15:4), p. 4

University faces privacy dilemma (Gainesville), April 1991 (15:4), p. 3

Legislature considers sunshine bills, April 1991 (15:4), p. 3

New state rule promotes access to computer records, April 1991 (15:4), p. 1

State finds no intent to break records law (Sarasota), March 1991 (15:3), p. 4

Extensive-use provision of records law gets little use (analysis by Tom Dalton), March 1991 (15:3), p. 6

Open legislative records proposed, March 1991 (15:3), p. 3

State’s poor care of girl revealed after records suit (Ft. Lauderdale), March 1991 (15:3), p. 1

State probes mayor’s ‘unarrest’ (Crestview), February 1991 (15:2), p. 2

‘Bradley McGee Law’ eases access to HRS records (analysis by Dana J. McElroy), January 1991 (15:1), p. 6

Paper wins access to transcripts not used by defense (West Palm Beach), January 1991 (15:1), p. 2

House appeals records ruling, January 1991 (15:1), p. 1

Confusion over victim identification laws not new (analysis by Matthew D. Bunker), November 1990 (14:9), p. 4

State clears city clerk of records violation (Umatilla), November 1990 (14:9), p. 2

Child abuse records open only in cases of death, October 1990 (14:8), p. 4

Butterworth, courts: victim information public, October 1990 (14:8), p. 1

Paper seeks access to tapes of closed hearings (Daytona Beach), August-September 1990 (14:7), p. 3

Alachua state attorney to investigate Tanner (Daytona Beach), August-September 1990 (14:7), p. 4

Prosecutor declines records investigation without complaint, evidence (Inverness), August-September 1990 (14:7), p. 3

Police interpret victim-information law broadly, August-September 1990 (14:7), p. 1

Several public records measures become law, July 1990 (14:6), p. 3

Legislature renews remote access law, July 1990 (14:6), p. 2

Group discusses problems, solutions for access to computerized records, July 1990 (14:6), p. 1

Governor signs Sunshine-in-Litigation into law, July 1990 (14:6), p. 1

Media firms donate records-suit legal fees, June 1990 (14:5), p. 3

Legislature approves copyright for state agencies’ software, June 1990 (14:5), p. 3

Legislature sets fee for copying public records, June 1990 (14:5), p. 3

Legislature amends complaints law, June 1990 (14:5), p. 3

Newspaper wins fees in records disputes (Ft. Lauderdale), May 1990 (14:4), p. 3

Bill would close criminal records, May 1990 (14:4), p. 2

Sunshine-in-Litigation proposed, May 1990 (14:4), p. 1

Copyright proposed for government software, April 1990 (14:3), p. 2

Bill would increase cost of copying records, April 1990 (14:3), p. 2

Bill’s potential for access is questioned (Gainesville), April 1990 (14:3), p. 2

Computerized public records: easy access or impenetrable screen (analysis by Ed Levine), March 1990 (14:2), p. 4

Bill would increase access to law enforcement records, March 1990 (14:2), p. 2

Official moves to limit public access to records (Starke), March 1990 (14:2), p. 2

City broke open records law in Sox negotiations (Lakeland), March 1990 (14:2), p. 2

Access proposed for confidential child abuse records (Lakeland), February 1990 (14:1), p. 3

Legislators want Sunshine for editors, December 1989-January 1990 (13:11), p. 4

Gannett unveils software to aid reporters, December 1989-January 1990 (13:11), p. 4

Butterworth: Probate records open, December 1989-January 1990 (13:11), p. 4