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Battle over how access to public meetings and who pays

August 17, 2012 | 11:14 am

Local governments must alert residents about what will be discussed in public meetings and when they will take place, according to a decades-old state requirement. But some cities and counties are charging the state high prices to prepare and post agendas publicly.

Times Sacramento bureau reporter Chris Megerian discussed the issue in this Google+ Hangout on Friday. See more at PolitiCal, The Times Sacramento politics blog.

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