There isn’t a government body anywhere that can accommodate its constituency when it comes time for meetings.
Unless, of course, meetings are held in the Super Dome.
That’s why newspapers, the Fourth Estate, are critical to bringing the news to the people who elect government leaders.
Newspaper reporters are the eyes and ears of Joe the Plumber, who has concerns about what is transpiring in his city, county or state, but yet cannot attend meetings to learn how his tax dollars are being spent.
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