Last week, we pushed some major changes to how we handle payments, now letting you see when a particular check is cashed. We also made a number of improvements to Assignments, including more design flexibility and the ability to make user submissions public.
Interested in big data, water transparency, or just getting a chance to work with great people on important problems? Join us in Grand Rapids on November 5 for the FOIAFest 2019 hackathon, where we focus on important water stories both within the United States and around the world.
The New York State Gaming Commission is required by state law to keep a list of people it bans from its casinos publically available on its website. A Freedom of Information request submitted through MuckRock by T. McElwee led to a response from the commission that said it had taken no action to exclude anyone from state gaming facilities.
Journalists share their findings on FOIA Twitter, the Marine Corps keeps misconduct on the down-low, and a Defense Department audit vindicates a former official’s concerns.
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Residents in DeKalb County have experienced issues with their water service for years: inaccurate and high water bills, sewer spills, contracting corruption, and technological failures. Have you had an issue with your water service in DeKalb County? Please share your story with us!