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WESTFORD

Official's postings raise a ruckus

Open meeting law, civil liberties clash

By Joyce Pellino Crane
Globe Correspondent / November 27, 2005

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Westford's Board of Selectmen is embroiled in a debate over whether an elected official should be allowed to discuss town business on a website, and the battle is spilling over into an examination of First Amendment rights and the state's Open Meeting Law. (Full article: 1186 words)

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