How Public Meetings are Changing in the Age of Coronavirus

The closures started in early March. As coronavirus cases started to stack up in Illinois, Gov. J.B. Pritzker declared a state of emergency, then shuttered K-12 schools, bars and restaurants and eventually all nonessential businesses. But that’s not the only part of public life that ground to a halt—public government meetings have been canceled, postponed or moved online.

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