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Examples

  • Phil further FOIAd Mr. Sawyer, and got the all-too-common

    RAYMOND R SAWYER

  • As Trejbal points out, this means that when those e-mails are FOIAd, the requestor is at the mercy of the pure heart of the person whose e-mail he wants, which is not always good:

    Open Records

  • In response to Shirley’s email, in which he stated he had seen the orders for all of Frank’s awards, I learned that Mary Schantag of the POW NETWORK had already FOIAd

    FRANK REYES

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  • having used FOIA as a verb

    sounds like Foy-Yuhd or Foy-Yahd

    June 8, 2015