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Schuman on the Delay in Publishing the Current Version of the U.S. Constitution Annotated

Daniel Schuman of the Sunlight Foundation has posted After 578 Days, Where’s the Constitution Annotated? on the Sunlight Foundation Blog. In this post Mr. Schuman decries the unexplained 14-month delay in making the current version of The Constitution of the … Continue reading

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Schuman: Two Steps Forward on Improving Public Access to Legislative Information

Daniel Schuman of Sunlight Foundation has posted Two Steps Forward on Improving Public Access to Legislative Information, on the Sunlight Foundation Blog. In this post, Mr. Schuman discusses two pieces of evidence suggesting that Congress may eventually provide free public … Continue reading

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Proposal for Scaling Back Law.gov

A proposal for a scaled-back version of the Law.gov legal open government data initiative has been posted by Kent McKeever, Director of the Columbia University Law School Library. Professor McKeever proposes mandating end-user access to primary legal materials of the … Continue reading

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