Los Angeles police commissioners on Tuesday delayed their discussion of proposed rules for people who attend their public meetings, saying the city attorney's office recommended they be further reviewed.
The commission's executive director, Richard Tefank, cited a letter the board received Monday morning from the American Civil Liberties Union, which outlined its concerns over the proposed rules and cited several cases backing free speech at public meetings.
"The city attorney has recommended that we further study those issues," Tefank said.
After that review, Tefank said, the board would either be presented with the same set of proposed rules "or a revised document." The discussion was rescheduled for the next Police Commission meeting on Sept. 15.
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