By Melissa Daniels | PA Independent
HARRISBURG — A recent Commonwealth Court decision could mean more access to records from state-related universities — at least until the Legislature decides to change Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know Law.
In Ryan Bagwell v. Department of Education, a trio of Commonwealth Court judges ruled the Office of Open Records has jurisdiction over records from state-related universities Penn State University, [...]
By Patrick B. McGuigan | CapitolBeatOK
OKLAHOMA CITY — Who owns the rights to the Americans Elect party line on the Oklahoma ballot?
Not David Boren.
The University of Oklahoma president’s brief run at creating a third party for the 2012 U.S. presidential contest was always controversial. But even Boren, a former governor and U.S. senator, found the latest evolution of the [...]
By M.D. Kittle Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON – It didn’t take long for Republicans to threaten R&R Thursday morning – and we’re not talking about rest and recuperation.
Within minutes of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling upholding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, often referred to, and often derisively, as Obamacare, conservatives across the land rallied around the GOP’s push [...]
By Alissa Smith
Virginia Statehouse News
RICHMOND — Medical records for Virginians are now available electronically – but only if requested by the patient — thanks to a bill that passed the 2011 General Assembly session.