Monday, October 05, 2009
Utah Meeting to Optimize State Government Won't be Public
The Utah Advisory Commission to Optimize State Government, a commission to streamline state government, won't be open to the public. The Salt Lake Tribune requested to attend the meeting under open records laws, but the Commission denied the request, saying that keeping the meeting closed to the public will allow for more full and frank discussion.
Posted by National Freedom of Information Coalition at 9:16 PM
Labels: public access, Utah
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