Sunday, January 18, 2009

Lowell Sun Files Open Meeting Complaint

Latest example of government officials turning the law upside down: Preparing to go into a closed school committee meeting, the Wilmington, Mass., school superintendent told a Sun reporter that it would be illegal for the committee to meet in public. In fact, the law requires a public meeting before going into closed session. The Sun has filed a complaint with the Middlesex district attorney.

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