Costs can be a barrier to students’ use of public records laws to research government archives as part of their education. But Kathryn Sack, a Virginia graduate student, won her case in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C.
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The D.C. Rental Housing Commission, a three-member body that sets rent ceilings, writes necessary regulations and hears appeals of decisions on rent complaints, in recent weeks has begun operating in greater sunshine.