“Project for Open Government” writes letter to San Diego County Supervisors

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The County Board of Supervisors are taking action this week, updating their meeting protocols to limit disrespectful and threatening language, during the public comment period.
Last week, things devolved into a shouting match after one speaker started to use racist language, stating that he felt ignored by the supervisors.

The group “Project for Open Government” disagrees with the board’s decision saying the supervisors are breaking the law.

Cory Briggs, the attorney for Project for Open Government, joined KUSI to discuss this further.

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