California Bill Would Permanently Allow Remote Access to Government Meetings

9 months ago
The Los Angeles City Council holds a special meeting on Feb. 2, 2022. (Screenshot) Local governments would be permanently required to offer remote access in public meetings under a new bill introduced into the California Assembly. Assembly Bill 1944, announced Feb. 9 by California Assemblymembers Alex Lee (D-San Jose) and Cristina Garcia (D-Bell Gardens), would change the current law that requires a majority vote to conduct r...
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