I'll likely be biting my words junior year when I'm taking the course that's known for its difficulty, but for right now anyway, it's really interesting.
And all of this coming with the fight for public records in Eastern North Carolina will give me some context.
Over Thanksgiving break, a young family friend informed me she was moving to Washington.
My response: Why? Do you know how badly public records laws are violated there??
She says, "I'm a teacher. I don't care."
I looked at N.C. G.S. 162 6.1 today — public records law regarding electronic communication.
All databases a government entity has, we have a right to as much we do public documents. They have to provide a list of what data they have, including all fields, and we have just as much right to them as paper documents.
In light of this, I have revised my letter. Any and all feedback is welcome.