From Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition: The Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition released its latest newsletter. In this issue: When public information is not public, Littleton voters restrict City Council’s use of closed-door meetings, Journalist sues Archuleta County commissioner over secret meeting and loses, but would “gladly do the same thing again,” Judge rejects secrecy motion in Aurora movie theater shooting case, What is a “reasonable” CORA fee? Lakewood councilman claims meetings just a “PR show,” Denver Post editorial: Public has rights in James Holmes case, Denver Post Editorial: PERA transparency gets boost from governor, Castle Rock couple sues for records in police shooting, Tribune Editorial: Weld County Council’s secret decision breaches public trust, and more.
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