We Were Detained by Hialeah Police for Making a Public Records Request at City HallPINAC
Sep. 15, 2013
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Florida has perhaps the most liberal public records laws in the United States, but you wouldn’t know that by making simple requests to the government officials in charge of those records.
And you especially wouldn’t know that in Hialeah, a Miami-Dade municipality that has a long history of corruption, despite its “City of Progress” nickname.