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You know about Code for Philly, the civic hacking group that’s making its way from casual meetup to fully-fledged nonprofit.
Now meet Code for Trenton.
Code for Trenton is run by Kerrin McLaughlin, a design student at The College of New Jersey, Adam Porroni, a criminology master’s student at Penn, and Steve Chernoski, a teacher who wrote and directed a movie called New Jersey: The Movie.-30-
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