The second annual Public Access Seminar will kick off on June 19. The first session will be from 10 a.m. to noon in Indiana Government Center South and the second will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the offices of The Indianapolis Star. There will be seven more sessions and they will continue until October.
While the sessions will count as two hours of continuing legal education for attorneys, they also will be free to the public.
In fact, according to Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller's office, a quarter of the 737 participants from last year's eight sessions were regular citizens.
"Strong attendance at last year's seminars by citizens makes it clear that Hoosiers want to know how their government officials make decisions and spend their tax dollars, but they need the tools to gain access to that valuable information," said Zoeller.
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