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The end of transparency is the start of citizens ignoring important issues happening around them such as attending public hearings. If they will be prevented from their right to know, years from now, citizens will be known as ignorant citizens. I object to this decision of ending transparency in hearings involving public officials. Citizens must be involved in every business the government takes.

This is the most ridiculous thing I've seen. The City of St. Louis should control its own Police Department. The taxpayers of Missouri should not have to pay for the daily operations of the ST Louis Police.

So...how does the rest of the state pay for the daily operations of the police dept.? They get federal money, as do most other dept. in the U.S. So please, tell me how much state money they get that other dept. in the state don't get? I want to know, not being sarcastic.

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