Archive | April, 2017


High Burden of Proof, Few Remedies: open meetings and the law

The Kansas Open Meetings Act (KOMA) requires that public officials be transparent by making their meetings accessible to citizens.  However, officials who fail to comply with KOMA may be penalized only if they knowingly violated the law.  To avoid being found in violation, all they need to do is establish that they didn’t know what […]

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