You can close the door, but…
, March 2013
Public bodies can close the door to discuss litigation, but the guidelines of the Open Meetings Act must be followed, as the exceptions to having a meeting open to the public are strictly construed against closed meetings.
Right to speak comes to Illinois
, March 2011
A new law amends the Open Meetings Act to allow any person the opportunity to address a public body at a public meeting.
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