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For Peduto administration, transparency is still ...
Nine months after Bill Peduto took office, he stood in council chambers and touted one of his young administration's chief accomplishments. "Our proudest moments this year may have been in promoting...
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American Civil Liberties Union
The "Big Dogs" of Illinois Municipal Government
I’m an entrepreneur and chairman of nonprofit American Transparency. Our mission- post “every dime, online” of all local, state, and federal government spending at OpenTheBooks.com & in our award...
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Congress is Good at Shrinking One Part of Governm...
Congress is Good at Shrinking One Part of Government Your average House member represented 710,767 people in 2010. The same lawmaker represented 469,088 people in 1970. Despite the 52 percent...
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"Closing fund" grows under Haley; Myrtle Beach's ...
The Nerve reports that the state Commerce Department's so-called "closing fund" for economic incentives has grown from $5 million the year Haley took office to more than $45 million in the most recent...
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Department of Commerce
Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials
Excerpts from recent editorials in newspapers in the United States and abroad: Jan. 13 Anniston (Alabama) Star on victory for journalism: As the world mourned Monday the Paris bloodshed and debated...
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The Evening Sun
Congress should push for net neutrality
With their new majority in Congress, GOP lawmakers may be poised to introduce legislation that prevents Internet service providers from playing favorites with data and preserves so-called "net...
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With last week’s sentencing of former Gov. Bob McDonnell in its rearview mirror, the General Assembly convenes Wednesday. Yes, there’s a new political circus in town. And while McDonnell and his...
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Podium app provides easy access to congressmen
It’s now possible to share political views and connect with congressmen through a smartphone app. The app resolves many issues that constituents face when seeking to connect with their elected...
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Knoxville News Sentinel
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United States Congress
Paid Sick Days Arriving for More DC Workers
Paid Sick Days, More Workplace Benefits for D.C. Workers D.C. government is offering paid family leave, will Congress follow suit? (CQ Roll Call File Photo). Workplace advocacy groups are ringing in...
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The revolving door spins faster: Ex-Congressmen b...
Legal and legislative restrictions on Washington's infamous revolving door always come with grand ambitions and grandiose titles. The most important statute limiting lobbying by former senators and...
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George W. Bush
Meet SOPA author Lamar Smith, Hollywood's favorit...
Rep. Lamar Smith, whose congressional district in Texas encompasses the cropland and grazing land stretching between Austin and San Antonio, might seem an unlikely ally for Hollywood on Internet...
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DeLauro Helps Lead Warren Wing In Congress
New Haven U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro’s liberal activism may not have helped her win GOP support of her legislative efforts in the outgoing Congress, but it has helped galvanize the left wing of her...
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New Economy Resources 2015
New Economy Resources 2015 represents the latest world wide web resources for discovering new knowledge and understanding the latest happenings with regards to the New Economy. The world is rapidly...
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Himes Rode Political Roller Coaster in 113th Cong...
Washington – He has been called Connecticut’s “coolest congressman,” but U.S. Rep. Jim Himes faced some big challenges during the two years of the outgoing Congress. Next year he will find himself in...
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The Highs and Lows of the Net Neutrality Debate i...
... neutrality” became a household term in 2014. In the past 12 months, net neutrality has gone from a wonky tech policy issue to a topic of national conversation. Millions of Americans, from legions...
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Federal Communications Commission
Q-and-A with NC Sen.-elect Thom Tillis
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - The legislature stands in the rearview mirror for Thom Tillis after four years as one of North Carolina state government's most powerful politicians. After defeating Democratic...
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NBC 17 Raleigh
The Associated Press
Google offers journalism fellowships
The Google Journalism Fellowship, aimed at undergraduate and graduate students interested in using technology to tell stories in new and dynamic ways, will focus on data-drive journalism, building...
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Center for Investigative Reporting
Cards Against Humanity buys 6-acre Maine island
Updated: Thursday, December 25 2014, 11:29 PM ESTAUGUSTA, Maine (AP) -- Cards Against Humanity has purchased a 6-acre private island in Maine and is doling out 1-square-foot parcels to participants in...
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Rubio PAC's finances may point to possible presid...
WASHINGTON | For Marco Rubio and his leadership political action committee, a lot of money comes in. But when it comes to supporting his fellow candidates, not a lot goes out. Rubio, a Republican...
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