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In essence, yes. You need to adopt a motion of some kind that, at a minimum, the results of the action taken can be disclosed publicly. It could be authorizing the release of the actual text of the motion or just a statement which contains the critical details of the motion which should be made public. It could be as simple as a statement that “as a result of the meeting, John Smith is no longer a member of the society.”The board (or the body which was meeting) makes the determination of what to release.

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