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CHAPTER 3. OPEN PUBLIC HEARINGS

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IC 4-22-3 Chapter 3. Open Public Hearings IC 4-22-3-1 Public policy Sec. 1. It is hereby declared to be the public policy of the state of Indiana that there shall be no secrecy in the conduct of the public hearings of the administrative bodies of the state of Indiana. (Formerly: Acts 1959, c.195, s.1.) IC 4-22-3-2 Broadcasts of public hearings Sec. 2. In order to facilitate the public policy so declared, all administrative bodies of the state of Indiana conducting public hearings shall allow the use of either recorded or live broadcasts of such hearings, subject to such reasonable rules and regulations as may be adopted by the administrative body holding and conducting such public hearings. (Formerly: Acts 1959, c.195, s.2.) IC 4-22-3-3 Limitations upon broadcasts Sec. 3. It is hereby specifically declared that such administrative bodies may limit such broadcasts to the broadcast of recordings of such public hearings made in a manner approved by such administrative body, and it is specifically declared that such administrative body may require the use of pooled recording or broadcasting facilities for all of the news or broadcasting media requesting the use of such recordings or broadcasting rights. (Formerly: Acts 1959, c.195, s.3.)
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         Chapter 3. Open Public Hearings

    IC 4-22-3-1
    Public policy
        
    Sec. 1. It is hereby declared to be the public policy of the state of Indiana that there shall be no secrecy in the conduct of the public hearings of the administrative bodies of the state of Indiana.
    (Formerly: Acts 1959, c.195, s.1.)

    IC 4-22-3-2
    Broadcasts of public hearings
        
    Sec. 2. In order to facilitate the public policy so declared, all administrative bodies of the state of Indiana conducting public hearings shall allow the use of either recorded or live broadcasts of such hearings, subject to such reasonable rules and regulations as may be adopted by the administrative body holding and conducting such public hearings.
    (Formerly: Acts 1959, c.195, s.2.)

    IC 4-22-3-3
    Limitations upon broadcasts
        
    Sec. 3. It is hereby specifically declared that such administrative bodies may limit such broadcasts to the broadcast of recordings of such public hearings made in a manner approved by such administrative body, and it is specifically declared that such administrative body may require the use of pooled recording or broadcasting facilities for all of the news or broadcasting media requesting the use of such recordings or broadcasting rights.
    (Formerly: Acts 1959, c.195, s.3.)

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