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Meet The Post and Courier's investigative team and learn how reporters and citizens use the Freedom of Information Act to access public information.

Join The Post and Courier for a special panel discussion in partnership with the League of Women Voters on Wednesday, April 3, at 5:30 p.m. to explore ways FOIA is utilized by our reporting team in getting the truth behind a story – and what that means for you. We’ll also share ways citizens can use this tool to get public information and answer questions you might have for our team.

Panelists include:
Glenn Smith, Deputy Managing Editor for Investigations
Tony Bartelme, Senior Projects Reporter
Thad Moore, Investigative Reporter
John Ramsey, Climate and Military Reporter
Hillary Flynn, Education Lab Editor

Moderated by Editor in Chief Autumn Phillips.


LWV Charleston is raising funds to construct an interactive voting booth exhibit within the new satellite location of the Children's Museum of the Lowcountry in St. George. Help us introduce voting and voting rights to children!  Our goal is to raise $10,000.
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Support The Post and Courier Public Service and Investigative Fund through a tax-deductible donation by visiting our website here. 

Tickets are free and open to the public, but you must register to attend.

Please note that the names and email addresses of those who sign up for this event will be shared with our event partner The League of Women Voters.

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