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The Little Hoover Commission will hold a business meeting on Monday, Sept. 27, at 1 p.m. to discuss whether the Commission will hold hearings to study whether California’s recall system should be reformed.

“As an independent, bipartisan oversight agency charged with finding ways to make state government better, our Commission can bring a unique perspective to discussions of recall reform,” said Commission Chair Pedro Nava. “We will be meeting so that our Commissioners — who bring a wide range of experience and outlook — can have a vigorous discussion about whether we should study critical questions facing the state: Should the recall system be changed? And if so, how?”

The meeting will be conducted via Zoom, under the provisions of the Bagley-Keene Act as revised by Governor’s Executive Order N-29-20. Members of the public are encouraged to listen to the meeting by joining online or by phone. To join via phone, call toll free from the U.S. by dialing (888) 788-0099. The webinar ID is 994-0475-3832. The password is 751502. We highly recommend members of the public access the meeting through the Zoom app. Please visit the Zoom website for instructions on how to download the Zoom app onto a computer or smartphone.

During the meeting, members of the public may indicate to staff that they wish to make public comment by using the “raise” hand feature in Zoom or sending an email to LittleHoover@lhc.ca.gov with your question and the phone number from which you have joined the meeting. As is the Commission’s normal procedure during physical meetings, public comments will be limited to three minutes each.

The Commission may act on any item listed on the attached business meeting agenda. Agenda items may be taken out of order to accommodate speakers and to maintain a quorum. The meeting may be cancelled without notice.  
 
If you need reasonable accommodation due to a disability, please contact the Little Hoover Commission at (916) 445-2125 or LittleHoover@lhc.ca.gov by Monday, September 20, 2021.