Records that University of Arkansas at Fayetteville officials declined to release for two months regarding a deficit in the school’s Advancement Division “are and have always been public documents,” said a law professor who specializes in Freedom of Information Act law.
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Front Section, Pages 4 on 02/20/2013
Print Headline: Law professor: UA deficit report always a public record