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Montana Supreme Court reverses ruling on open meetings, records

HELENA – The state Supreme Court has reversed an earlier ruling that made it difficult for individuals to file legal challenges against government agencies that ignore Montana’s open meetings and open records laws. The 6-0 ruling Thursday says a person can sue an agency for violating the state constitution’s right-to-know and right-to-participate provisions, even if that person doesn’t have a direct personal interest in the matter. via Montana Supreme Court reverses ruling on open meetings, records.

By | 2014-01-13T02:04:13+00:00 January 13th, 2014|Montana|0 Comments