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Monthly Archives: October 2012
How open government data drove information available to people during Hurricane Sandy.
The Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse has sued to gain access to more information about detained immigrants.
Pennsylvania residents can read the email of elected officials under a decision in favor of The Morning Call recently upheld by the state Supreme Court.
Right after Steve Stetler was sentenced on public corruption charges in September, court reporter Rick Lee asked Dauphin County court for the letters that were written in support of Stetler and sent to the judge. No, the judge said. Rick … Continue reading
An open government update brought to you by Record Tracker via Evernote. Story from blooomberg.com reports that since President Obama took office, “spending on FOIA-related contracts has jumped about 40 percent, leaving transparency advocates wondering who’s making the decisions on … Continue reading
knowing when to appeal an open records denial isn’t always a science. But this case illustrates one way you can decide whether to challenge a denial and, basically, that is: Don’t take an agency lawyer’s word that your request meets an exemption in the law.
Every now and then you stumble across something that makes you go, “Really? This exists?” in a good way.
How about Code for America? Atop its website: “A new kind of public service: Helping governments work better for everyone with people and the power of the web.”