Two state committees will stream live meetings | CFClipped Fresh — By Christopher Spencer on January 18, 2011 at 1:41 pm
Kudos to the House Revenue and Taxation Committee and the House Public Health, Welfare and Labor Committee for voting to stream their meetings live online.
This allows us who are too far away to be able to attend the meetings, similar access to watch events unfolding as those of the audience.
I understand our elected officials might be a bit camera shy, but thanks for agreeing to do OUR public business in the public.
And also for not wasting the $375,000 in equipment that is already in place to stream the meetings.
Other House committees will decided whether or not to stream later this week.
It’s a moot issue in the Sentate because Arkansas’ House of Lords does not deign to be broadcast to the provinces.
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