Why Fannie May and Freddie Mac Should be Subject to FOIA, and How it Could Happen

By:  Rob Bryson and Maryam Karimi The Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”), enacted in 1967, provides the public, individuals and corporations, the presumptive right to access and obtain records from any federal government body, unless such records meet one of the nine exemptions or is protected under special law enforcement record exclusion. On April 27, 2017, … Continue reading Why Fannie May and Freddie Mac Should be Subject to FOIA, and How it Could Happen