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Sunlight is excited today to announce, with a few of our friends and allies, the Global Open Data Initiative, dedicated... View ArticleContinue reading
While Sunlight has generally not been a target of Evgeny Morozov‘s criticisms, I was amused a few days ago to... View ArticleContinue reading
As the director of our ongoing mini-documentary series OpenGov Champions I am pleased to see that Homicide Watch DC, one... View ArticleContinue reading
The Senate is expected to vote soon on the DISCLOSE Act, a bill that will shine a light on the... View ArticleContinue reading
It should come as no surprise that the trigger for foreign contributions possibly finding an inroad into US elections is none other than the Citizens United decision.Continue reading
The New York Times looked at this week’s Super PAC filings with the FEC and demonstrated—again—what we knew would be... View ArticleContinue reading
The so-called super committee will meet in public tomorrow for only the fourth time, when it looks at recent efforts to reduce the debt in a session titled “Overview of Previous Debt Proposals."
And the Sunlight Live team will bring you the events as it unravels in the hearing room and provide context to the discussion.
Key witnesses include Alan Simpson, former Republican Senator from Wyoming, and Erskine Bowles, a businessman and former White House Chief of Staff during the Clinton Administration. They served as co-chairs on the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform. President Obama appointed the two ...Continue reading
Last year, we wrote about the fatal Upper Big Branch mine explosion that killed 29 people in West Virginia. You... View ArticleContinue reading