Definition of "sunshine"
  1. A term referring to the prohibition or restriction of closed meetings within legislative or executive organizations, which may include the provision for public access to governmental records
How to use "sunshine" in a sentence
  1. The new city council promises to uphold the principles of sunshine in their operations.
  2. The reporter praised the agency for its commitment to sunshine, as demonstrated by its transparency in sharing information and records.
  3. Due to the sunshine laws, the board meeting was made accessible to the public.

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