Central Michigan University

Folder Records: 15 Address 251 Foust Hall, Mount Pleasant, Michigan, 48859

APHIS #: 34-R-0044
OLAW/PHS Assurance #: D16-00580 (A4076-01)
Type: Public Higher Education

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Disclaimer: All animal data populated from lab annual report(s).

Records

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Header Year Header Type Header Format Header Tags Header Uploaded Header Header
View 2020 AWA Regulation Correspondence PDF 02/10/2021 Download
View 2019 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/04/2020 Download
View 2018 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/04/2020 Download
View 2017 OLAW PHS Assurance PDF Includes Species Count 07/04/2020 Download
View 2017 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/04/2020 Download
View 2016 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/04/2020 Download
View 2015 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 07/09/2020 Download
View 2014 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 08/06/2020 Download
View 2013 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 08/06/2020 Download
View 2012 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 01/21/2021 Download
View 2011 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 01/21/2021 Download
View 2010 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 01/21/2021 Download
View 2009 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 01/21/2021 Download
View 2008 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 01/21/2021 Download
View 1999 Annual Report to APHIS PDF 09/23/2020 Download

Laws

Is the lab subject to the open records law in its state?Yes Yes

Is the lab subject to federal FOIA?No No

Anti-Cruelty Law

Name: Michigan Anti-Cruelty Laws

Citation: M C L A 75049 - 70a,MCLA 750158

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Open Records Law

Name: Michigan Freedom of Information Act

Citation: M.C.L. 15.231 et. seq.

Commentary:

Anyone can file a request. Initial response time is five business days. There are no appeals. Fees are for search/retrieval, review/redaction, and duplication. However, under the law, universities can charge for search/retrieval and review/redaction only when failing to charge those fees “would result in unreasonably high costs to the public body because of the nature of the request in the particular instance, and the public body specifically identifies the nature of these unreasonably high costs.” Universities can waive fees if they determine that releasing the documents primarily benefits the general public.

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