PG open meetings law suit goes to court

All the front page fuss abot the demographics of Pittsburgh's Act 47 recovery team, and only a small item about what may be a much more important issue: the secrecy of the team's deliberations. Kudos to the Post-Gazette for trying to open the process.

UPDATE (March 13): Congratulations to the P-G for its quick win.

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