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New Hampshire begins open-data efforts

Plugh (27537) writes | more than 3 years ago

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Plugh (27537) writes "The Free State Project was created to move 20,000 small-government activists to New Hampshire (here's the Slashdot story from 2002).

IT people, with our ability to work anywhere, were some of the first to move. Now, with over a dozen Free Staters elected to the NH legislature, these geeks are starting to affect government data-sharing policy."

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Free Staters (1)

bwisok (991871) | more than 3 years ago | (#35129410)

Thankfully, the Free Staters are affecting more than just data sharing policy. More like freedom-sharing policy. Brian Wright Proprietor, The Coffee Coaster http://www.thecoffeecoaster.com/ [thecoffeecoaster.com]
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