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Peter J. Caruso ll Quoted in Cape Cod Times Discussing Mashpee School Breaking Massachusetts Open Meeting Law

December 22, 2015

The Mashpee School Committee may have broken the law last week when it took a vote on a revised school choice policy without providing public notice the matter would be up for discussion.

Our media and First Amendment attorney Peter Caruso shared his opinion on this issue stating, “The committee’s action violated the spirit, if not the intent, of the Massachusetts Open Meeting Law, which requires meeting agendas list all the topics the chairperson reasonably anticipates will be discussed 48 hours before the meeting.”

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