Florida Version of The State Decoded Now Available As a Public Alpha Test

The Florida version of The State Decoded open legislative data platform is now available as a public alpha test, according to Waldo Jaquith‘s post entitled Sunshine Statutes Goes into Public Alpha, at The State Decoded.

The new Florida site, called Sunshine Statutes, provides a free, open, and user-friendly version of Florida state statutes.

According to the post, developer Michael Tahani has worked on the Sunshine Statutes project, which has been supported by the Florida Society of News Editors, the First Amendment Foundation, and Rick Hirsch of the Miami Herald.

Participation in the development of Sunshine Statutes is welcome. If you would like to contribute to the development of Sunshine Statutes, feel free to contact The State Decoded.

For more information, please see the complete post.

For more information on The State Decoded or its first state-level version, Virginia Decoded, please see:

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