Judge rules L.A. Coliseum violated open meeting, public records laws

Read the rul­ing by Los Angeles Su­per­i­or Court Judge Lu­is A. Lav­in find­ing that the Los Angeles Me­mori­al Coli­seum Com­mis­sion vi­ol­ated both the state’s open meet­ings law, the Ral­ph M. Brown Act, and the Cali­for­nia Pub­lic Re­cords Act. The Times and a 1st Amend­ment group, Cali­for­ni­ans Aware, had sued the gov­ern­ment agency for meet­ing im­prop­erly in secret and re­fus­ing to provide cer­tain re­cords to The Times.

Published: Oct. 4, 2013
Sources: Los Angeles Superior Court
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