A member of the Alabama State Board of Education is calling for a change in proposed legislation that would allow members of the board to participate in public meetings electronically. The proposed change, which is drawing criticism from at least one board member, was suggested after the group failed to have a quorum present at two recent meetings, causing the meetings to be canceled. Another board member, however, expressed concern that the change would restrict public involvement.
Should Ala. education board members attend meetings electronically?
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