Knowing the access laws in your community-and country

In Idaho and across the country, sunshine laws keep government at all levels open to public scrutiny and accountable to taxpayers.

This April, join hundreds of people who will share critical information trends occurring across the country-from local communities to the halls of the White House. First Amendment lawyers, journalists, state coalitions, and citizen advocates will come together for an unprecedented 2006 Freedom of Information Summit at the downtown Indianapolis Radisson.

The National Freedom of Information Coalition and the Indiana Coalition for Open Government invite you to hear first-hand from scores of experts during a two-day conference scheduled Friday, April 21-Saturday, April 22, 2006. The summit’s award-winning speakers have detailed this nation’s natural disasters, exposed national and international wrongdoing, researched legislative trends on privatization and helped organized nonprofit advocacy groups.

A discounted registration rate of $100 per person is available only through Tuesday, March 28, and offered exclusively with online registration. Individual event tickets are also being sold, ranging from $35 to $60.

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