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California boards want to keep pandemic rules for public meetings. Critics call it bad for democracy

Original post made on Aug 29, 2023

For a July meeting, the Little Hoover Commission -- an independent state oversight agency -- posted notice that the public could attend in Sacramento, but also in Traverse City, Mich., or Southampton, N.Y.

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Posted by Dalen
a resident of Danville
on Aug 29, 2023 at 8:20 am

Dalen is a registered user.

that would be a big HE** NO! It’s all about control - fool me once shame on you fool me twice *** we want to remain free - covid restrictions was nothing more than a chance to lose our freedoms and isn’t it funny happeing right before our 2024 election- STOP the madness!

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