Should the state and local communities continue providing remote access to most public meetings after the pandemic ends?

COMMON CAUSE Rhode Island Executive Director John Marion says the General Assembly should pass legislation allowing local communities to continue providing remote access to public meeting post-pandemic. / PBN FILE PHOTO/CASSIUS SHUMAN
An executive order issued by Gov. Daniel J. McKee allowing public government meetings to be held virtually expires at the end of the month. Government watchdog Common Cause Rhode Island does not expect it to be renewed, given the declining number of COVID-19 cases in Rhode Island. The nonprofit and other local groups are pressing…

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