Text messages fall within the purview of North Carolina’s public records act, which specifies that all “documents, papers, letters, maps, books, photographs, films... or other documentary material” produced in relation to public business should be disclosed in response to requests from citizens.
Text messages fall within the purview of North Carolina’s public records act, which specifies that all “documents, papers, letters, maps, books, photographs, films... or other documentary material” produced in relation to public business should be disclosed in response to requests from citizens. AP Manu Fernandez
Text messages fall within the purview of North Carolina’s public records act, which specifies that all “documents, papers, letters, maps, books, photographs, films... or other documentary material” produced in relation to public business should be disclosed in response to requests from citizens. AP Manu Fernandez

Mecklenburg County can’t provide texts from officials, despite public records law

July 14, 2017 04:43 PM

UPDATED July 14, 2017 05:03 PM

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