(a) The State Board or a local board may not consider a change in an administrative policy affecting voting rights at a meeting unless the board has posted a prominent public notice on its Web site at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting stating that the board will consider an administrative policy affecting voting rights at the meeting.
(b) If the State Board or a local board adopts a change in an administrative policy affecting voting rights, the State Board and, if applicable, the local board that adopted the change shall provide reasonable public notice of the change as provided in subsection (c) of this section.
(c) The public notice shall:
(1) be in a reasonably convenient and accessible format;
(2) be prominently posted on the Web site of the:
(i) State Board; and
(ii) local board that adopted the change, if applicable;
(3) include a concise description of the change, including the difference between the new administrative policy affecting voting rights and the administrative policy affecting voting rights that was previously in effect; and
(4) be provided within 48 hours of the adoption of the change.
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