Nebraska Open Meetings Act
The Nebraska Open Meetings Act legislates the method by which public meetings are conducted. The law states that all regular or special gathers, whether informal or formal, where a public body convenes for the purposes of discussing and deciding on public policy are considered meetings and are open to the public. The definition includes meetings which use telecommunication equipment. If violated, it is considered a class IV misdemeanor for the first offense.
Open Meetings Act Nebraska Statutes §84-1409etseq.