Media group loses Supreme Court fight for Puerto Rico financial records


Puerto Rico’s financial oversight board got a high court pass on Thursday, allowing it to avoid handing over government documents to a nonprofit media organization. 

Centro de Periodismo Investigativo wants access to financial documents and communications from the territory’s oversight board, which was created in the wake of a severe financial crisis. Puerto Rico was reported to have $71.1 billion in debt in 2016, leading Congress to pass a law creating the Financial Oversight and Management Board for Puerto Rico.

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