CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming circuit courts may not exclude the public and the media from hearings set to determine whether the state has enough evidence to justify charging defendants with sexual assault, the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
U.S. railroads forced to turn over details of their volatile crude oil shipments are asking states to sign agreements not to disclose the information. But some states are refusing, saying Thursday that the information shouldn’t be kept from the public.
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.
CODY, Wyo. — A group of real estate agents and brokers and others on Tuesday protested a fee proposed by Park County to access public records online.
HELENA — The Senate endorsed a bill Wednesday that would allow a judge to award legal costs to all of those who prevail in right-to-know cases.
For the past two years, the Montana Supreme Court has been reviewing public-information provisions of its lawyer disciplinary rules. The long-awaited revision takes effect Jan. 1. It goes further than the old one to state that disciplinary proceedings and records are open to the public. Howe…
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