Baltimore is one of four cities in the U.S. with a “decoded” law code — one that’s been broken down from a long PDF document and into easy-to-read, XML-formatted subsections.
Chicago, San Francisco and Philadelphia have also had their city law codes put into XML format by the OpenGov Foundation.
Watch a video about “decoded” laws:
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