Monthly Archives: July 2014

SanFranciscoCode.org Empowering Citizens to Help Modernize the City’s Municipal Code

San Francisco City Supervisor Farrell Introduces Constituent-Driven Housing Reform Ordinance Made Possible by the New, Interactive Municipal Code Website SAN FRANCISCO, CA (January 8, 2014) — The non-partisan, non-profit OpenGov Foundation and San Francisco Supervisor Mark Farrell today announced the introduction of the first-ever citizen-suggested reform to the Municipal Code of Laws powered by the first interactive, user-friendly and restriction-free online edition […]

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Nationwide Coalition of City Officials and Civic Technologists Announce Free Law Founders Movement to Reinvent U.S. Lawmaking

Officials from NYC, DC, San Francisco, Chicago & Boston join leaders in civic tech to develop tools that improve every citizen’s ability to access America’s laws, legislation and the legislative process itself on the Internet   (NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO, BOSTON, CHICAGO, WASHINGTON D.C.) -  U.S. open government leaders today announced the formation of The Free Law […]

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