Transparency in government is a staple of American democracy. The Federal Freedom of Information Act and California’s Public Records Act are two examples of laws that are intended to provide transparency for government’s written information. But many (if not all) state and local governments have also enacted sunshine laws, which generally require that government meetings be open and public. In California, the Ralph M. Brown Act was passed in 1953. Yet, despite having been around for over half a century, many local governments find themselves accused of running afoul of its ...
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