I'm surprised the FOIA applies to state governments. They are independent governments from the U.S. government, and thus U.S. law only applies to U.S. government and interstate transaction. Not internal state government affairs.
The article doesn't specifically say FOIA, just "a freedom of information request". All states have enacted there own version of FOIA.
China shut down a solar panel factory on Monday after hundreds of angry residents staged days of violent protests over pollution, the second such incident in as many months.
Mommy, what happens to your files when you die?