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Alexander B. Howard was the Washington Correspondent for O'Reilly Media, where he wrote about the intersection of government, the Internet and society, including how technology is being used to help citizens, cities, and national governments solve large-scale problems. He is an authority on the u...
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Last night, Guardian reporter Ben C. Jacobs tweeted that Greg Gianforte, the Republican candidate for Montana’s Congressional seat, had “just body slammed me and broke my glasses.”A spokesman for the campaign, Shane Scanlon, released a statement that blamed Jacobs and presented an alternate version of the altercation.
It has been a long held position by Sunlight and our allies that the Congressional Research Service (CRS), a taxpayer-funded research arm for Congress, should make its reports to the available to the public. But until Congress expands access to this public knowledge, a newly launched resource from Demand Progress, EveryCRSReport.com, will enable the disclosure that our legislators should have enacted years ago.