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::''See also: [[Open States' Legislative Data Report Card]]''
 
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The ''Sunlight Foundation'' released an "Open Legislative Data Report Card" in March 2013. {{{State}}} was given a grade of {{{Grade}}} in the report. The report card evaluated how adequate, complete and accessible legislative data is to the general public. A total of 10 states received an A -- [[Arkansas]], [[Connecticut]], [[Georgia]], [[Kansas]], [[New Hampshire]], [[New York]], [[North Carolina]], [[Texas]], [[Virginia]] and [[Washington]].<ref>[http://sunlightfoundation.com/policy/documents/ten-open-data-principles/ ''Sunlight Foundation'' Ten Principles for Opening Up Government Information, accessed June 16, 2013]</ref><noinclude>{{reflist}}[[Category:Unique content pages templates]]</noinclude>
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The ''Sunlight Foundation'' released an "Open Legislative Data Report Card" in March 2013. {{{State}}} was given a grade of {{{Grade}}} in the report. The report card evaluated how adequate, complete and accessible legislative data is to the general public. A total of 10 states received an A -- [[Arkansas]], [[Connecticut]], [[Georgia]], [[Kansas]], [[New Hampshire]], [[New York]], [[North Carolina]], [[Texas]], [[Virginia]] and [[Washington]].<ref>[http://sunlightfoundation.com/policy/documents/ten-open-data-principles/ ''Sunlight Foundation'', "Ten Principles for Opening Up Government Information," accessed June 16, 2013]</ref><noinclude>{{reflist}}[[Category:Unique content pages templates]]</noinclude>

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See also: Open States' Legislative Data Report Card
The Sunlight Foundation released an "Open Legislative Data Report Card" in March 2013. {{{State}}} was given a grade of {{{Grade}}} in the report. The report card evaluated how adequate, complete and accessible legislative data is to the general public. A total of 10 states received an A -- Arkansas, Connecticut, Georgia, Kansas, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Texas, Virginia and Washington.[1]