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What are the reasonable limits in which the media should be allowed to cover governmental meetings in the media role of informing the electorate of the activities of government?

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    Governmental meetings are supposed to be public and therefore, the media should cover all government meetings. I believe the only exceptions are those meetings in which personnel matters or security concerns are discussed.

    The final decisions must be made in public and available to the media.

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    What about sensitive national security meetings? Should the media have access to these too? How about military meetings or Court Martials?

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    Both of those come under the headings of personnel matters and security.

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    Ok, thank you!

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    You're welcome.

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