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Virginia university releases correspondence of professor involved in ‘Hockey
Stick’ controversy
in response to requests for records of like kind and quality, one state
institution – GMU – promptly and cooperatively executed its obligations
under FOIA, providing approximately 3,000 pages of responsive records to *USA
Today* within 14 days, without charge. Meanwhile the other, UVA, failed to
produce records for months; refused to abide by a reasonable production
schedule; claimed exemptions in the FOIA law that do not apply to Mann’s
case; and imposed on ATI a financial hurdle of thousands of dollars. UVA
only started providing records after ATI sued for compliance.

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Source:
http://wattsupwiththat.com/2011/06/02/virginia-university-releases-correspondence-of-professor-involved-in-
‘hockey-stick’-controversy/
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