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The U.S. Public Interest Research Group, a consumer-focused nonprofit organization based in [[Washington, D.C.]], released its annual report on state transparency websites, entitled ''Following the Money'' in April 2014, which measured how transparent and accountable state websites are with regard to state government spending.<ref name=ftmhome>[http://uspirg.org/reports/usp/following-money-2014 ''U.S. Public Interest Research Group'' "Following the Money 2014 Report," accessed April 15, 2014]</ref> {{{State}}} received the grade of {{{Grade}}} and a numerical score of {{{Score}}}, indicating {{{State}}} was a {{{Level}}} state in terms of transparency regarding state spending.<ref name=ftmhome /><noinclude>{{reflist}} [[Category:Unique content pages templates]]</noinclude>
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The U.S. Public Interest Research Group, a consumer-focused nonprofit organization based in [[Washington, D.C.]], released its annual report on state transparency websites, entitled ''Following the Money'' in April 2014, which measured how transparent and accountable state websites are with regard to state government spending.<ref name=ftmhome>[http://uspirg.org/reports/usp/following-money-2014 ''U.S. Public Interest Research Group'', "Following the Money 2014 Report," accessed April 15, 2014]</ref> {{{State}}} received the grade of {{{Grade}}} and a numerical score of {{{Score}}}, indicating {{{State}}} was a {{{Level}}} state in terms of transparency regarding state spending.<ref name=ftmhome /><noinclude>{{reflist}} [[Category:Unique content pages templates]]</noinclude>

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See also: Following the Money 2014 Report
The U.S. Public Interest Research Group, a consumer-focused nonprofit organization based in Washington, D.C., released its annual report on state transparency websites, entitled Following the Money in April 2014, which measured how transparent and accountable state websites are with regard to state government spending.[1] {{{State}}} received the grade of {{{Grade}}} and a numerical score of {{{Score}}}, indicating {{{State}}} was a {{{Level}}} state in terms of transparency regarding state spending.[1]