What does the Martin Luther King Commission do except for get bad publicity for infighting and allegations of corruption?  I honestly have no idea what this commission does day to day. I did see where they tried to have a meeting but they could not reach quorum, meaning there were not enough people present to vote on any issues.  That is just sad.  The director should know ahead of time if enough people will show up.  I assume that anyone who did attend that meeting will be reimbursed their millage.  This just seems a huge waste of state funds. At the meetings I go to a court reporter is present and they are paid too, but I don’t see why they would need a court reporter there.  ( unless it is required by state law) I’m curious how much this non-meeting will end up costing, especially when they will have to have another meeting and again pay for millage.