open doors meetings http://apr.org en Court Won't Reconsider Ruling On Ala. Meeting Law http://apr.org/post/court-wont-reconsider-ruling-ala-meeting-law <P>The Alabama Supreme Court is refusing to reconsider a ruling that some say could make it easier for government organizations to meet behind closed doors.</P> <P>The justices issued a ruling Friday saying they won't revisit the case of Clay Slagle, who sued after he wasn't given the job of Montgomery County's school superintendent in 2009.</P> <P>Slagle claimed school board members held illegal, private meetings before refusing to hire him.</P> <P>But the Supreme Court last year sided with the board, which claimed it was legal for members to meet privately in back-to-back sessions that Fri, 29 Mar 2013 22:02:35 +0000 The Associated Press 27632 at http://apr.org Court Won't Reconsider Ruling On Ala. Meeting Law