Sunshine Act abuse should not be tolerated | Opinion
Since 2021 the Sunshine Act, or state open-meetings law, requires that a government agency make its meeting agenda available at least 24 hours in advance of a public meeting. The agency must post the agenda on its publicly accessible internet website, if it has one, as well as at the agency office and at the location of the meeting. In addition, copies of the agenda must be made available to individuals in attendance at the meeting.
This week is Sunshine Week. Here’s how you can shine the light on government | Opinion
This Sunshine Week, perhaps more than any other, highlights the necessity of accountability in government at every level.
New poll: Open records requests aren’t really the hassle some public officials have claimed | Thursday Morning Coffee
Before the sun goes down, a few Sunshine Week fast facts.
It’s Sunshine Week in Pa.: Here’s how we’ve been helping to shine a light on government | Opinion
The Right-to-Know Law is perfect. It’s strong, but it can be stronger
Sunshine Week celebrates a critical part of our democracy: The free press | Opinion
Freedom of the press should never be taken for granted.