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Technology has brought enormous changes to the way we shop and socialize. Now it may begin to have an impact on something far more fundamental: the way we govern.
... the public often is in the dark, and until now, people outside the inner circle of government have had few tools to help shine light on the process.
...a remarkable video search engine that just might bring the people and our state government closer together.
The site will also open up the world of lobbying in a way not seen before...
Finally, a digital tool for government worthy of the state that's home to Silicon Valley
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Digital Democracy empowers every Californian with unprecedented access to their government. The result will be greater accountability.
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