We Filed our Motion for attorney's fees in the Poulsen FOIA case. FOIA includes a fee-shifting provision to encourage people to litigate to defend their rights-- when the government loses, it has to pay the other side's costs if they "substantially prevailed" and meet the test that they are entitled to fees. We're asking for ~$70,000 dollars to cover our litigation costs and attorneys fees and believe we should get all of it given the government's obdurate behavior in the case. Read more about Motion for Fees Filed in Poulsen FOIA case
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