CT Supreme Court Upholds Public Meeting Law

by Christopher O'Brien

The state Supreme Court on Monday unanimously upheld decisions by a lower court and the Freedom of Information Commission that the Medical Examining Board had held an illegal meeting that excluded the public.

In 2009, the board met behind closed doors to obtain legal advice regarding a letter it received from Public Defender Michael Courtney. The underlying letter sought information about whether a physician could be disciplined for administering a lethal injection during an execution.

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