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Attention: You do not have a ‘right’ to be heard at public meetings

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Minnesota State Board for Community Colleges v. Knight (1984) that “The Constitution does not grant to members of the public generally a right to be heard by public bodies making decisions of policy.”

 

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