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UPDATE 2: Fantastic interview with MeidasTouch went live today, covering all of the recent updates including the newest lawsuit. Check it out!


UPDATE: As of 10/24/23, we have filed another AFOIA suit, this time directly against Sarah Sanders based on her office's ignorance of the law and refusal to comply with the AFOIA when it comes to records regarding the lectern or Bryan Sanders' actions. This one is going to be a fight, and I won't be surprised if depositions are needed, since Sarah and Bryan Sanders are both going to have to testify. So any assistance you can give on the front end will have us better prepared to dominate on the back end.

As always, a million thanks to everyone who has donated so far. It means more to me than I could ever fully put into words.


If we've learned anything from Governor Sarah Sanders' first 8+ months in office, it's that she hates transparency and will absolutely direct state agencies and others not to fulfill AFOIA requests unless and until someone sues to get the records. We saw it with the Arkansas State Police and how she had them lie to the legislature in an effort to avoid even telling us what the ASP spent to go to Europe with the Governor.

Currently, the AFOIA lawsuit against the ASP needs to be refiled, and there are multiple other AFOIA suits against the state, based on their hiding of Sanders-related records, that need to be filed. Every time one of these suits gets filed, we're looking at $300 between filing fees and getting defendants served with the suit, plus the time that goes into drafting and litigating the cases.

Ultimately, the only way we're going to get any transparency out of this administration is by getting courts to order them to provide records. While I don't mind doing the work, the cost of litigating that many suits, over and over again, will quickly add up. So that's why I'm asking any of you transparency-loving folks, both Arkansan and otherwise, for your help underwriting the cost of forcing the Governor of Arkansas to provide information to the people as the law requires.

She wants to hide everything. It will take money to make sure she can't.

Also, good news! Because the legislature did not take separate votes on the emergency clause and the AFOIA changes in the special session, it's almost guaranteed that we can get the emergency clause set aside and go after ASP records until that change becomes law in a little over 80 days. That injunction against the emergency clause will be part of the refiled suit against ASP. So that's fun.


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