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Anton Black’s backers allege open-meetings violation by Greensboro leaders

A group seeking answers in the police-involved death of a 19-year-old Greensboro man has accused the Caroline County town’s leaders of illegally changing the rules of council meetings to stifle uncomfortable questions at public sessions. The Coalition for Justice for Anton Black on Thursday called on the Maryland Open Meetings Compliance Board to examine what the ...

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