The Nevada Policy Research Institute (NPRI) announced this week that it has filed a formal complain with the Attorney General’s office over a public records dispute with the Incline Village General Improvement District (IVGID).
NPRI said that last week’s Nevada Journal report found that that IVGID’s records retention policy violates state law.
“Nevadans deserve maximum transparency from their government, which is something the state’s public records law is supposed to provide,” said NPRI President John Tsarpalas. “But this law means nothing if governments are free to defy it without consequence. The Attorney General must ensure all governments provide their citizens with the maximum transparency they deserve, and that the law demands.”
NPRI has offices in Las Vegas and Reno and bills itself as “a non-partisan, non-profit think tank that promotes policy ideas consistent with the principles of limited government, individual liberty and free markets.”