Transparency without requests: Yes.

In the San Francisco Bay Guardian, sunshine activist Kimo Crossman makes the case that San Francisco’s 1999 Proposition G contains provisions that could transform the openness-level of San Francisco’s government.

Making the heart of sunshine activists everywhere beat harder, he says:

“Imagine never having to file another written request for public documents; imagine just going to a city Web site, entering a search term, and finding all of the records yourself.”

You had me at “never having to file…”.


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