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Sunshine laws

Sunshine laws, U.S. laws that require government agencies to permit the public to attend their meetings. These laws were enacted to prevent secrecy in government. In those cases where agencies need to discuss matters of security or sensitive issues, the law may permit a closed meeting to be held.

See also: Freedom of Information Act.

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