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Va. Supreme Court rules university foundations can keep donor records secret
By: Ned Oliver
Virginia Mercury – December 12, 2019
The Virginia Supreme Court sided with administrators at George Mason University in a closely-watched lawsuit challenging whether private fundraising foundations established by public universities can keep donor records secret.
The justices wrote in an opinion issued Thursday that private foundations, no matter how closely intertwined with the university they serve, are not public bodies for the purposes of Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act.
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