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The Freedom of Information Act authorizes district courts to order federal agencies’ to make certain documents publicly available, the Second Circuit ruled, siding with the New York Legal Assistance Group in its case seeking access to unpublished opinions issued by the Board of Immigration Appeals.

MANHATTAN — The Freedom of Information Act authorizes U.S. courts to order federal agencies to make certain documents publicly available, the Second Circuit ruled, siding with the New York Legal Assistance Group in its case seeking access to unpublished opinions issued by the Board of Immigration Appeals.

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