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Jay Eshelman 
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Re: “Vermont Court Ruling Leaves 'Gaping Loophole' in Public Records Act

RE: "Vermont Superior Court judge has given state officials an easy way to circumvent the public records law."

Not so fast. Judge Mello clearly read and applied VSA Title 1, Sub Chapter 3 as its written. And Vermont law relies, in great part, on the tenants in The Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. 552. If there is a 'gift' in play, it's not by Judge Mello.

If Secretary Condos is truly concerned, he should cite the specific affronted provisions in these statutes. And Seven Days should require the citations before substituting the editorial declaration in the story's headline and above referenced sentence as 'news'.

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Posted by Jay Eshelman on 04/19/2017 at 8:34 AM

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