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Food Marketing Institute v Argus Leader Media, 18-481

Reversed and remanded. Defendants sought disclosure, through a FOIA request, of names and addresses of retail stores who participated in the national food stamp program. Plaintiff refused to provide that information stating that substantive competitive harm would be caused. The district court disagreed with plaintiff and ordered disclosure. The US Supreme Court reversed and held that data provided under an assurance of privacy was an exemption to a FOIA request.

Appellate Information

  • Decided
  • Published 2019/06/24


  • Gorsuch


  • United States Supreme Court


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