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Attorney-Client Privilege and Reasonable Search

The state Office of Information Practices (OIP) has posted online summaries of its latest opinions on its Opinions page at oip.hawaii.gov.  The full text of formal opinions are also posted there. OIP Op. Ltr. No. F19-05:  In its first opinion on the issue since the deliberative process privilege was rejected by the majority opinion in ...
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F19-05

Posted on May 20, 2019 in Formal Opinions

Deliberative Material for Revenue Estimates

Ombudsman Investigation File

Names of Department of Public Safety Employees

The 2019 legislative session has ended, and here is an update of the open government bills that have passed.  To see the actual proposals, testimony, and legislative status, please go to the Legislature’s website at capitol.hawaii.gov. H.B. 2, H.D. 1, S.D. 1, C.D. 1 –  Relating to the State Budget.  OIP appreciates the $70,000 added ...
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