Hoeller v. Soc. Sec. Admin. (E.D. Wi.) -- Finding that SSA conducted a reasonable search in response to plaintiff's request concerning his disability benefits; the fact that a particular document could not be located did not undermine the adequacy of the search. The court further found that plaintiff had received all records that SSA located and that he was not entitled to other requested relief under FOIA, such as a stipulation or additional explanations from SSA about its search or plaintiff's disability benefits.
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