Judge hears arguments on open meetings law in case of fired Douglas County superintendent

The Denver Post: The guts of Colorado’s open meetings law were pulled out, inspected and chewed over in a courtroom Friday, as a judge heard arguments over whether the board of education in Douglas County violated state statute in how it sacked former Superintendent Corey Wise earlier this month.

Douglas County District Judge Jeffrey Holmes announced at the end of the more than three-hour hearing that he would issue a written ruling on a lawsuit requesting a preliminary injunction to keep the board from violating the open meetings law in the future.

He did not say when he would release his decision.

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