Sen. Kwame Raoul
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AMENDMENT TO HOUSE BILL 3932
AMENDMENT NO. ______. Amend House Bill 3932 on page 6, line
9, after "
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In all other cases, the
Public Access Counselor shall forward a copy of the request for
review to the campus police department within 7 business days
after receipt and shall specify the records or other documents
that the campus police department shall furnish to facilitate
the review. Within 7 business days after receipt of the request
for review, the campus police department shall provide copies
of records requested and shall otherwise fully cooperate with
the Public Access Counselor. If a campus police department
fails to furnish specified records pursuant to this Section or
if otherwise necessary, the Attorney General may issue a
subpoena to any person or campus police department having
knowledge of or records pertaining to a request for review of a
denial of access to records under this Section. To the extent
that records or documents produced by a campus police
department contain information that is claimed to be exempt
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from disclosure, the public access counselor shall not further
disclose that information.
on page 7, line 5, after "
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If (1) the
Public Access Counselor determines that the alleged violation
is unfounded within 180 days after receipt of the request for
review or (2) the Attorney General chooses to resolve the
request for review by means other than the issuance of a
binding opinion within 180 days after receipt of the request
for review by the Public Access Counselor, then, within 30 days
after the Public Access Counselor's or Attorney General's
action, the requester may file suit for injunctive or
declaratory relief in the circuit court for the county where
the campus police department is located. If no binding opinion
is issued within 180 days after receipt of the request for
review by the Public Access Counselor, then the requester may
alternatively file suit for injunctive or declaratory relief in
the circuit court for the county where the campus police
department is located.