Sun Spots

Friday, September 15, 2006


Slowly but surely, Congress members are waking up to the online citizenry’s ability to hold them accountable. As for the volunteer watchdogs, the reward may be more than a matter of virtue. This week, transparency advocates announced a bounty of $1000 for any person who gets their Congress member to post his or her schedule online. Bob speaks with Sunlight Foundation national director Zephyr Teachout about the “changing culture of citizenry.”

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