Tag Archives: Open States Project

Williams: Audio and Video Coverage of U.S. State Legislative Proceedings

Rebecca Williams, JD, of the Sunlight Foundation has posted The Legislation Will Not Be Televised, at the Sunlight Foundation Blog. Here are excerpts: In February, Sunlight’s Open States team assessed the availability of legislative data sets associated with bill creation … Continue reading

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Open States now covers 50 U.S. states, DC, and Puerto Rico

The Open States law-related data project now covers all 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, according to a new post at Sunlight Foundation Blog. Here is an updated description of Open States: Open States is a … Continue reading

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OpenGovernment.org: Transparency Service for U.S. State Legislative Information

OpenGovernment.org is a new transparency service for U.S. state legislative information. OpenGovernment.org is a joint effort of the Participatory Politics Foundation and the Sunlight Foundation. For (currently) five U.S. states (California, Louisiana, Maryland, Texas, and Wisconsin), OpenGovernment.org lets users: identify … Continue reading

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