|Header||Year Header||Type Header||Format Header||Tags Header||Uploaded Header||Header|
|View||2021||Annual Report to APHIS||Dogs, Cats||07/22/2022|
|View||2020||Annual Report to APHIS||06/10/2021|
|View||2019||Annual Report to APHIS||07/02/2020|
|View||2018||Annual Report to APHIS||07/02/2020|
|View||2017||Annual Report to APHIS||07/02/2020|
|View||2016||Annual Report to APHIS||07/02/2020|
|View||2015||Annual Report to APHIS||08/12/2020|
Is the lab subject to the open records law in its state? Yes
Is the lab subject to federal FOIA? No
Name: Arizona Anti-Cruelty Laws
Citation: A R S § 12-1011,§ 13-2910 - 09,§ 13-1411
Open Records Law
Name: Arizona Public Records Law
Citation: A.R.S. § 39.101 et seq.
Anyone can file a request. Universities must respond “promptly,” but there is no specific deadline. There are no appeals. Nonbinding dispute resolution for records requests is available through the Arizona Ombudsman-Citizens’ Aide. The only fee is for duplication, and that can include labor charges. Universities are not required to charge fees, so waivers are theoretically possible. Because there is no mandated response time, we’ve found that universities and colleges can be obscenely slow to respond (with the notable exception of Northern Arizona University).