Open Meetings: Boards Can’t Stifle Unpleasantly Sharp Attacks

Elected boards can not stifle or silence non-slanderous but caustic and unpleasantly sharp speech, especially where they’ve earned it. Constitutional case law established this over 50 years ago. Copperhead has drafter a sample letter for your community group to consider sending to the local elected Board Chairman, Administrator and Police Chief prior to speaking during any public comment time placed on the Agenda during the meeting of a local government board. It can be found Here.

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