Minneapolis landlords denied preliminary injunction

We have reported before on a legal challenge in federal court to the Minneapolis restrictions on criminal background checks of prospective tenants. The landlords’ request for a preliminary injunction was denied by the Court, but the plaintiffs live to fight another day.

Another public records victory; this time in Arkansas

We posted before about CDIA’s defense of public records in Arkansas in an amicus brief before that state’s supreme court. Our brief was with the Coalition for Sensible Public Records Access (CSPRA) and the Sue Weaver CAUSE, in support of a case brought by the Professional Background Screeners Association (PBSA).  The court ruled in our… Continue reading Another public records victory; this time in Arkansas