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The city of Billings filed an appeal with the Montana Supreme Court on Thursday, asking it to overturn a district judge's order to release the names of five city workers disciplined for viewing pornography at work.
The city of Billings will appeal a Yellowstone County District Court decision ordering it to release the names of five city workers disciplined for viewing pornography on work computers.
A Yellowstone County District Court judge has ordered the city of Billings to release all the information sought by The Billings Gazette in regard to city workers suspended for inappropriate computer use at work.
After a court hearing Wednesday morning, a District Court judge said he hopes to decide within a week whether the city should be ordered to release information on disciplined employees to The Billings Gazette.
Attorneys for the city of Billings argue in court documents that it has no legal obligation to disclose the identities of city workers who were disciplined last spring for viewing inappropriate websites at work.
Emily Jones and Kurt Templin were married at the Billings Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints by Bishop Myron Rollins.