As the followers of my blog well know, many of my posts have centered on State. Rep. Marlin Schneider’s attempts to restrict CCAP access to the public. Restriction of CCAP will greatly affect landlords as CCAP is one of the best avenues to conduct background checks on prospective tenants. Here is a link to my prior posts on this topic.
Well, Rep. Schneider and his Special Commottee On Review of Records Access of Circuit Court Documents, have resurfaced. On September 8, 2010 a notice of this special committee’s upcoming meeting was circulated. The meeting will be held on September 15th and will address several topics, including Proposals Limiting Access to Consolidated Court Automation Programs Information Considered During 2009 Legislative Session, and several other topics intimately related to CCAP.
Here is a copy of the Notice that was circulated.
If you would like to read the actual reports and memos referenced in the above Notice click here and you will be directed to a page with all the necessary links.
Looks like we will have to prepare for another year of battling for our continued access to CCAP and the Open Records law in general.