A judge will examine records regarding former UW President Laurie Nichols to determine if there is “public interest” as WyoFile, others assert.
WyoFile joined the Casper Star-Tribune, Laramie Boomerang and Wyoming Tribune-Eagle to petition a judge for documents denied by the University of Wyoming.
A closed-door meeting followed by a veiled vote and a jaw-dropping announcement of Nichols’ demotion fits the university governing body’s practice
WPA lobbyist endorsed new rules allowing agencies to charge for public records, a change from the traditional transparency advocate’s previous opposition to fees.
School district, bureaucrats would upend Wyoming tradition of free access.