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Virtual Public Meetings During the COVID-19 National Emergency

Consistent with the Presidential Proclamation on Declaring a National Emergency Concerning the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Outbreak and state and local stay-at-home directives, EPA is supportive of holding public hearings and meetings virtually in order to continue to provide meaningful public participation and engagement during the current circumstances. Where applicable, states will need to review state law requirements to ensure they do not impact the feasibility of holding a virtual public hearing or meeting.  The memo below, issued by Matthew Z. Leopold, EPA General Counsel, provides additional information about Agency best practices and resources.

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