HB108 was passed by the full Senate. This bill requires a public vote to seal non-public minutes. It was voted as ought to pass (OTP) by a voice vote on the consent calendar. The Senate vote adopted the OTP report by the Senate Judiciary Committee. The committee voted 5-0. The report was presented by Sen. Bette Lasky:
This legislation merely requires that the vote to seal minutes from a non-public meeting under 91-A is done in public session of the deliberative body.
HB108 now goes to the governor for her signature.