Judicial Council’s operations remain largely shielded from public view

“The workings of the council’s more than three dozen advisory panels, task forces, working groups and subcommittees are even more secretive. No agendas or minutes for their meetings are posted publicly. Instead, the administrative director of the courts offers in his regular reports to the council two- or three-sentence reviews of their recent gatherings.”


–Click here for the full story from The Recorder’s Cheryl Miller

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