Fans of open government were shocked last month when the state Legislature amended the Ralph M. Brown Act to allow public agencies to forgo having to post meeting agendas in advance. The step was meant to save such agencies money. But many cities and school boards have announced they would continue the longstanding practice of posting agendas 72 hours before they meet. Should all public bodies make this pledge?
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