CFOIC presents: Sunshine laws workshops and luncheon
To celebrate 50 years of the Colorado Open Records Act, the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition presents “Sunshine in Your Pocket,” offering tools for both citizens and journalists to shine a light on government.
On Friday, March 16 in the Denver Consistory join the CFOIC for a series of workshops and an awards luncheon, featuring:
Beginning at 9 a.m., the event will offer workshops on the Colorado Open Records Act, Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act, Colorado Open Meetings Law and court access. At noon, attend an awards luncheon featuring speaker Eli Stokols, MSNBC political analyst.
After lunch, attend a “reverse press conference” where you get to question the reporters.
Don’t miss this great event! Register here.
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