Monthly Archives: May 2014

New Open Source Tool Clarifies City Legal Code

Visit Government Technology for the full story. “America Decoded announced on May 7 the deployment of a new open-source tool that makes legal code more accessible. The software, called AmLegal Decoder, has been deployed in San Francisco as an initial demonstration of how legal code can be made more user-friendly. The software automatically updates as new laws are created […]

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Announcing the AmLegal Decoder: A Free Tool to Publish Laws Seamlessly Online in Ridiculously Useful Open Data Formats

Benefits of “Decoded Law” Now Available to Residents of All 2,000 American Legal Cities   CINCINNATI, OH / WASHINGTON, DC—The American Legal Publishing Corporation and The OpenGov Foundation today announced the creation of the AmLegal Decoder, a new tool that seamlessly transforms hard-to-use municipal laws and legal codes into modern, restriction-free and user-friendly open data accessible via the […]

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