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Attorney General & Arkansas Press Association Announce FOIA Seminars

LITTLE ROCK- Today, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel and Arkansas Press Association President William Hager announced a series of seminars on Arkansas's Freedom of Information Act.  There will be four seminars held across the state for members of the press, state board appointees, school board officials, city and county officials, and others who must follow the FOIA.  Dates and locations are as follows:

September 6 -   Little Rock, Pulaski Technical College, Campus Center Grand Hall                  

September 11 - Fayetteville, University of Arkansas - Sam M. Walton College of Business, Donald W. Reynolds Center Auditorium

September 18 - Jonesboro, Arkansas State University - Convocation Center Meeting Rooms A & B            

September 26 - Hope, University of Arkansas Community College at Hope Student Center Purtle Meeting Rooms 201            

All seminars will last from 10-2, lunch included. Please register by calling Josh Blevins with the Attorney General's office at (501) 682-3015, or email at josh.blevins@arkansasag.gov .

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