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Sunshine Laws
Federal and state regulations that require meetings on public policy to be publicized
    
U.S. federal and state laws which require regulatory authorities' meetings, decisions and records to be made available to the public.
    
Sunshine laws were first created in the mid-70s in a Bid to increase public disclosure of governmental agencies. Sunshine laws do not allow all citizens to attend meetings, but they do ensure that media and representatives of the public can attend.
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