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A.G. Says School District Violated Open Meeting Act



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(KSL News) The Utah Attorney General says the Jordan School District violated the state's Open Meeting Act.

An investigation began when a reporter for the Deseret Morning News was not allowed into a meeting about the hiring of school security officers.

It concludes the meetings went beyond the act by discussing issues of policy and budget. The Attorney General's office will not file criminal charges and considers the case closed.

The school district refused to comment but says it will release the recording from the meetings.

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