Clay Sagle

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5:02 pm
Fri March 29, 2013

Court Won't Reconsider Ruling On Ala. Meeting Law

The Alabama Supreme Court won't reconsider a ruling that some say could make it easier for government organizations to meet behind closed doors.

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.


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.


Slagle claimed school board members held illegal, private meetings before refusing to hire him.

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