The Freedom of Information Commission must examine a complainant's request for access to records as it would examine any member of the public's request for access to those same records and may not consider or rule upon any special status that the complainant contends to have with the person who may be the subject of the records request.
Milliun v. Manager, Wester Region, State of Connecticut, Department of Social Services
April 12, 2012
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