Brnovich sues Scottsdale school district, former board president

Jann-Michael Greenburg, the school board’s former president, is singled out in a lawsuit that accuses the district of violating Open Meeting Law.

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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Monday he’s suing the Scottsdale Unified School District for allegedly setting “unlawful” restrictions on how citizens can participate during public meetings. 

The lawsuit specifically singles out Jann-Michael Greenburg, the former president of the district’s Governing Board, for allegedly violating Arizona’s Open Meeting Law by interrupting a speaker at a school board meeting last August. 

Greenburg allegedly cut off a speaker to tell them their comments were “not true,” according to the civil complaint. 

Brnovich, who is running for the U.S. Senate this election year, is faulting Greenburg and the district for not allowing citizens to speak openly during the public comments section of the district’s school board meetings. 


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