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Mar. 21, 2014 9:30 am

Should Pa. adopt an open data policy? Ask gubernatorial candidates

That's one of the questions that a statewide group of civic hackers and open data advocates plan to ask the state's gubernatorial candidates about transparency and access to data.

Allyson Schwartz is one of the candidates for governor.

Should Pennsylvania join states like New York, Utah and New Hampshire in adopting an open data policy?

That’s one of the questions that a statewide group of civic hackers and open data advocates plan to ask the state’s gubernatorial candidates about transparency and access to data.

See the proposed set of questions here. You can add comments until March 24, when the organizers hope to finalize the letter.

This is an effort from Code for Philly and Open Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh’s Code for America bridade.

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