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Texas' highest criminal court strikes down provision of Open Meetings Act as "unconstitutionally vague"

The ruling only pertains to a slice of the law, but open government advocates say the decision “removes a powerful disincentive” put in place to keep public officials from hiding public business.

Judges of the Texas Criminal Court of Appeals Court at the state Capitol. Jan. 11, 2019.

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