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  1. #1 UCLA sued for hiding public records on disruption of Trump official’s speech 
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    UCLA is required by state law to turn over “disclosable” public records within 10 days of request. In “unusual circumstances” it can tack on another two weeks, to the extent “reasonably necessary” to process requests.

    The taxpayer-funded government institution is more than a year late on its legal obligations in response to one request.

    The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education sued UCLA in Los Angeles Superior Court Wednesday for giving itself five extensions over the 391 days since FIRE filed a public-records request.

    The education civil-liberties group is seeking records “related to a campus speaking appearance” by Steven Mnuchin, U.S. treasury secretary, which was marred by disruptive student-led protests. Some arrests were made, though none were students
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    UCLA is trying to throw the issue down the memory hole.
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