Freedom of information laws
August 14, 2009
The freedom of information laws that govern public entities require a number of actions, from what may be discussed in public versus executive session to the type of paper and ink that must be used to record permanent copies of all records.
Oregon’s Public Meetings Laws govern what materials must be made available to the public and which may be withheld.
Refer to OSBA’s Public Meetings Law, Board Meetings and Executive Sessions for further information.