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TransparencyCamp: How an unassuming bill changed Utah

by on May 25, 2011

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Utah was the only state in the Union to have a freedom of information law directed at its legislature...until its legislature got behind bill HB477. Jason Williams gives attendees at TransparencyCamp ...

Utah was the only state in the Union to have a freedom of information law directed at its legislature...until its legislature got behind bill HB477. Jason Williams gives attendees at TransparencyCamp 2011 the lightning talk version of what this anti-transparency bill meant for Utah and how the citizens (overwhelmingly!) responded.

Slides courtesy of Jason Williams, creator.

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