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9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

Yes. Colo. Rev. Stat. § 24-6-402(1)(a) and (d).

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

The OMA's definition of public bodies does not distinguish between appointed and elected bodies. See Mich. Comp. Laws Ann. § 15.262(a).

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

If the entity is a governmental body, it is subject to the act. If the entity is supported in whole or in part by public funds or expends public funds, it is subject to the act without regard to how the membership is selected. S.C. Code Ann. § 30-4-2(a); Burton v. York County Sheriff, 594 S.E.2d. 888 (S.C. App. 2004).

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

FOIA applies to appointed bodies. See Conn. Gen. Stat. §1-200(1)(A).

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

The Open Meeting Law does not limit itself to meetings of bodies of elected officials.

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

No distinction is made between elected or appointed bodies.

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

Whether the public body is elected or appointed is irrelevant to coverage under the Open Meetings Act.

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

Covered by the Act. See Op. Att'y Gen. No. 94-94, 19 TAM 39-55 (Aug. 30, 1994).

9. Appointed as well as elected bodies.

The Sunshine Law is applicable equally to elected and appointed bodies. Op. Att’y Gen. Fla. 73-223 (1973).