Court : US Supreme Court
Decided on : Jun-09-1980
..... (b) establishes particular criteria for withholding or refers to particular types of matters to be withheld. [ footnote 18 ] " page 447 u. s. 122 here, 6(b)(1) sets forth sufficiently definite standards to fall within the scope of exemption 3. it does not grant the commission broad discretion to refuse to comply with foia requests. rather, it requires that the commission ..... leave no discretion on the issue, or which establishes particular criteria for withholding or refers to particular types of matters to be withheld. here, 6(b)(1) sets forth sufficiently definite standards to fall within the scope of exemption 3. pp. 447 u. s. 121 -123. (d) the argument that requiring the commission to comply with 6(b)(1) in meeting ..... ., 323 u. s. 134 , 323 u. s. 140 (1944). [ footnote 16 ] for the same reasons, we reject petitioners' contention that the commission's 1977 administrative interpretation should be afforded the degree of deference necessary for it to prevail here. see 42 fed.reg. 54304 et seq. (1977). this case presents a narrow legal issue that is readily susceptible of judicial resolution ..... or authority engaged in activities relating to health, safety, or consumer protection, copies of any accident or investigation report made under this act by any officer, employee, or agent of the commission only if (1) information which under section 6(a)(2) is to be considered confidential is not included in any copy of such report which is provided under this subsection; and .....Tag this Judgment!