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V. ASSERTING A RIGHT TO COMMENT.

V. ASSERTING A RIGHT TO COMMENT.

There is no statutory right to comment.

V. ASSERTING A RIGHT TO COMMENT.

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V. ASSERTING A RIGHT TO COMMENT.

The Wyoming Public Meetings Act does not touch on a right to comment at a public meeting except at Wyo. Stat. § 16-4-406. That statute allows a governing body to prevent willful disruption of a meeting that prevents the orderly conduct of the meeting by removal of the offending parties or recess of the meeting.

While there is no law governing this issue, most if not all entities provide for public comment during their meetings.

V. ASSERTING A RIGHT TO COMMENT.

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V. ASSERTING A RIGHT TO COMMENT.

North Dakota law does not require that the public be allowed to participate at an open meeting. However, an opportunity for public comment is not prohibited.

V. ASSERTING A RIGHT TO COMMENT.

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V. ASSERTING A RIGHT TO COMMENT.

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V. ASSERTING A RIGHT TO COMMENT.

Nothing in the open meetings statute obligates public bodies to permit citizens to speak or to present petitions.

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