Maddy Report July 30 discusses open meeting laws

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Maddy Report July 30 discusses open meeting laws

The Maddy Report “Unintended Consequences: Do Open Meeting Laws Undermine Good Decision?” will air at 10 a.m. Sunday, July 30, on ABC 30. The 30-minute program is hosted by Mark J. Keppler, executive director of the Maddy Institute, and will feature Carole D’Elia, executive director of the Little Hoover Commission. At 10 a.m., The Maddy Report “Sunshine (Laws) in the Valley: A Good Thing?” will air on Newstalk 580 and 105.9 KMJ radio. Guests include University of California, Merced professor Nate Monroe, former editorial page editor of the Visalia Times-Delta Paul Hurley and Fresno-area attorney and former city attorney for the City of Fresno Hilda Cantu Montoy. The Maddy Report programs, which cover how state and federal policy impact California and the San Joaquin Valley, also air statewide on The Cal Channel at www.calchannel.com. Previous Maddy Report programs can be viewed at www.maddyinstitute.com. INFO: Mark J. Keppler at 559.278.1133.