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Mar. 12, 2014 10:15 am

Baltimore one of 4 U.S. cities with ‘decoded law’ from OpenGov Foundation

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.

See all the decoded laws on America Decoded

Watch a video about “decoded” laws:

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