Following up on this posting, Agencies Use FOIA Exemptions in Response to Increasing Number of Requests, news that a trio of Florida newspapers owned by Gannett, Inc. who filed a FOIA request to obtain FEMA surveys comprising homeowner data on 2004 hurricane relief services, were denied the information. FEMA cited the confidentiality exemption, and the newspapers have appealed the decision.
FOIA Request For FEMA Hurricane Aid Response Records Denied
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