“Social services.” Cash assistance and other welfare benefits, medical, mental and other health care services, drug and alcohol treatment, adoption services, vocational services and training, occupational training, education services, counseling services, workers’ compensation services and unemployment compensation services, foster care services, services for the elderly, services for individuals with disabilities and services for victims of crimes and domestic violence.
“Requester.” A person that is a legal resident of the United States and requests a record pursuant to this act. “Response.” Access to a record or an agency’s written notice to a requester granting, denying or partially granting and partially denying access to a record. — A Commonwealth agency shall provide public records in accordance with this act. — A Commonwealth agency may not deny a requester access to a public record due to the intended use of the public record by the requester unless otherwise provided by law.
“Privilege.” The attorney-work product doctrine, the attorney-client privilege, the doctor-patient privilege, the speech and debate privilege or other privilege recognized by a court interpreting the laws of this Commonwealth.
“Personal financial information.” An individual’s personal credit, charge or debit card information; bank account information; bank, credit or financial statements; account or PIN numbers and other information relating to an individual’s personal finances. — A legislative agency shall provide legislative records in accordance with this act. — A legislative agency may not deny a requester access to a legislative record due to the intended use of the legislative record by the requester.
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A written request need not include any explanation of the requester’s reason for requesting or intended use of the records unless otherwise required by law. If the agency fails to send the response within five business days of receipt of the written request for access, the written request for access shall be deemed denied. I am a strong, vivacious and compassionate person, and i like to I am a fun loving inquisitive woman who loves life! I am a very loyal companion who is dependable in good times or bad. I believe there is good in all people and I trust first. I love life and I want to share it with someone special. I'm very old fashioned, caring and a bit of a romantic country girl. I have worked in the medical field for 21 years as a nurse.To navigate to specific sections of the law in the text of the law below, click on chapter or section titles in the Table of Contents.
Public records, legislative records or financial records shall be available for access during the regular business hours of an agency. — Nothing in this act shall be construed to require access to any computer either of an agency or individual employee of an agency. If the requester wishes to pursue the relief and remedies provided for in this act, the request for access to records must be a written request. A written request must be addressed to the open-records officer designated pursuant to section 502. The agency may not deny access to the record if the information which is not subject to access is able to be redacted. Notification shall be provided within five business days of receipt of the request for the record. Upon receipt of a written request for access to a record, an agency shall make a good faith effort to determine if the record requested is a public record, legislative record or financial record and whether the agency has possession, custody or control of the identified record, and to respond as promptly as possible under the circumstances existing at the time of the request. If an agency response to a requester states that copies of the requested records are available for delivery at the office of an agency and the requester fails to retrieve the records within 60 days of the agency’s response, the agency may dispose of any copies which have not been retrieved and retain any fees paid to date. The decision shall clearly and concisely explain the rationale for the decision. — A petition for review under this section shall stay the release of documents until a decision under subsection (a) is issued. The decision shall clearly and concisely explain the rationale for the decision. — A petition for review under this section shall stay the release of documents until a decision under subsection (a) is issued.