From today’s Metrowest Daily News: Investigation reveals obstacles to getting information:
“The IRS has arguably the most famous and feared deadline in the United States.
“But when it comes to deadlines for Freedom of Information Act requests, the tax agency isn’t nearly so demanding of itself.
“‘I apologize for any inconvenience my delay may cause,’ wrote the tax agency, as it explained why it would blow the 20-day deadline on a GateHouse FOIA letter for logs of its public records requests. And if you don’t like it: ‘You may file suit.'”
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