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The digital version of Baltimore’s City Charter, BaltimoreCode.org, launched last summer. Rather than combing through one PDF file of the city’s law code, the website developed by the OpenGov Foundation breaks down Baltimore’s City Charter into a series of XML files.
An updated version of BaltimoreCode.org now allows for comments underneath each section of all 31 articles of the law code. So if you have something to say about how a lobbyist is defined in the Baltimore law code, you can now let fly directly underneath the respective section of the City Charter.-30-
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