New Open Meeting Policy at DC Taxicab Commission

Friday, Aug 5, 2011  |  Updated 8:15 PM EDT
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New Open Meeting Policy at DC Taxicab Commission

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Reporters can now record D.C. Taxicab Commission meetings without incident.

Last month, reporters Pete Tucker and Jim Epstein were arrested when they tried to record a meeting.

The two were eventually released and not charged, but Tucker plans to sue the city.

Today, Taxicab Commission Chairman Ron Linton, recently appointed by the mayor, issued the open meeting policy.

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