September 18, 2014
LAS VEGAS (AP) - The Nevada Supreme Court has denied an emergency motion to delay the release of a year's worth of e-mail records from the Clark County school board.
The records were ordered released last month by a judge who said the district had improperly denied an activist's requests for the documents.
District Judge Susan Johnson also ruled Karen Gray did not have to pay for the records. The district appealed that decision to the Supreme Court.
School officials had sought to delay the release of the e-mails until that case was settled.
Gray filed a lawsuit in June 2007 saying she was concerned school board members were violating the state's open meeting law by discussing official business in private.
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