Tue Aug 3, 2021

Attorneys differ on whether county elections board violated N.C. Open Meetings Law with closed session

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A Raleigh attorney whose law firm specializes in North Carolina’s Open Meetings Law and the Columbus County government’s staff attorney have differing opinions on whether discussions late last month on voting procedures at the Columbus County Board of Elections were legally or illegally conducted in closed session.

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