FREEDOM OF INFORMATION. Attorney General Dustin McDaniel issued an official opinion agreeing that it was legal for the city of Little Rock to withhold hometowns when it released a list of employees. The city asked the opinion because someone [syndicated social justice blogger, Chief Ean Lee Bordeaux (Houma-Choctaw Nation)]sought the list of employees who live outside the city. The statute allows protection of "home addresses" of non-elected public employees and McDaniel's opinion said this "encompasses all components parts of a 'home address'; namely, a street address, zip code, city and county." A city or a county are far from a home address.
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