Having described the ticking time bomb in the Supreme Court’s decision last week in Doe v. Reed, which concerns ...Continue reading
I love coffee. A lot. And I understand that people who work extraordinarily long hours, under extraordinarily stressful conditions, probably ...Continue reading
A little more light will shine on petitions for referenda because of Thursday’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling. The ...Continue reading
The New York Times this morning took the Administration to task because White House officials and lobbyists are meeting at ...Continue reading
In yesterday’s Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs meeting, Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., said that portions of the bill were far too complex and were not able to be aggregated.
Not so, said Sunlight Foundation’s Web ...
The most interesting pages to Elena's Inbox visitors (judged by most viewed and tweeted) are quite telling. Given the diversity of incoming links and the numbers of views over such a short period, these numbers can provide some nice ...Continue reading
The Open Government
Directive encouraged states to put valuable government data online. In this series we're reviewing each state's efforts in this direction.
This week: Washington
USPIRG, a public interest group, ranked Washington ...
Despite pressure from a number of powerful corporate interests, the House passed the DISCLOSE Act yesterday in a vote of ...Continue reading
UPDATE [06/25/10 @ 12:00 pm]: I've created a word cloud of the merged Dodd - Lincoln language, one ...Continue reading
A Senate committee’s planned markup of an Earmark Transparency Bill was postponed until July after the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs briefly debated the bill this afternoon.
Though there was not enough committee members present to ...