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Published on Mar 10, 2011
3/9/2011 Senate hearing in Madison Wisconsin.
Representative Barca: No Wisconsin Court decision will allow meetings unless you have good cause to provide less than 24 hours notice of a meeting. The provision, like all other provisions of the open meetings law must be construed in favor of providing the public with the fullest and most complete information about government affairs...
Chairman: Representative Barca.
Barca: that's compatible with government business...
Chairman: Representative Barca. Clerk, call roll.
Barca: NO EXCUSE ME It says if there's any doubt as to whether or not good cause exists the governmental body should provide 24 hours notice. This is clearly a violation of the open meetings law. You have been shutting people down...