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I'm not aware of libraries serving as a specific entry point, beyond their general role helping users find out about anything at all. Thus, libraries would direct folks to print and other resources to learn how to file state and federal FOIA requests. As for being subject to inquiries, here's a memo from Jenner and Block in 1999 to the American Library Association: http://www.ala.org/ala/oif/ifissues/issuesrelatedlinks/openrecordsrequests.htm

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