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Fayetteville Citizen Speaks Out After Winning FOIA Lawsuit Against FPSD

We are here because the district did not comply with the FOIA. My concern is that any citizen recognizes the right they have to ask about the education of their children, and to inquire to the integrity of the school district. Se should not have to file a lawsuit to get the information.” — Fayetteville citizen Ila Campbell, on winning the FOIA lawsuit against the Fayetteville Public School District

 

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