The poll follows its story and video yesterday depicting a clear violation of the law by the Weymouth Housing Authority. (I blogged it also.)
Regular readers of this blog will know how I voted in the poll. I have long maintained that Massachusetts has one of the weakest open meeting laws in the nation because it lacks teeth. The majority of states impose civil or criminal penalties on public officials who violate the law. In Mass., officials who violate the law face no monetary consequences, even if their violations are intentional and repeated.