California – Los Angeles Times Editorial – L.A. supervisors’ inconvenient public

In ignoring the state’s open meeting law on AB 109 realignment, the L.A. County supervisors locked the public out of a key policy discussion for their own ease and convenience. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors sat down Monday with Gov. Jerry Brown to discuss AB 109 realignment, under which counties, beginning Saturday, take responsibility for a large portion of inmates and parolees who until now have been supervised by the state. The law mandates that board meetings be public, but the supervisors wanted their meeting to be held…[For full story:,0,1617548.story?track=rss ]

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