No person shall be required, as a condition to attendance at a meeting of a state
body, to register his or her name, to provide other information, to complete a questionnaire,
or otherwise to fulfill any condition precedent to his or her attendance.
If an attendance list, register, questionnaire, or other similar document is posted
at or near the entrance to the room where the meeting is to be held, or is circulated
to persons present during the meeting, it shall state clearly that the signing, registering,
or completion of the document is voluntary, and that all persons may attend the meeting
regardless of whether a person signs, registers, or completes the document.
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