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Process Failure and Transparency Reform in Local Redistricting
(Election L.J., 2012)
Redistricting reform during this cycle has pushed for greater transparency, more public participation, the removal of redistricting from the hands of legislatures, and the design of more legitimate institutions and decision ...
Beyond Transparency: Rethinking Election Reform from an Open Government Perspective
(Seattle U. L. Rev., 2015)
During the past decade, “transparency” has become a focus of democratic governance. Open government and right to know regimes have been around at least since the 1970s. They include measures, like open meeting laws, campaign ...
Business Lobbying as an Informational Public Good: Can Tax Deductions for Lobbying Expenses Promote Transparency?
(Election L.J., 2014)
The view that “lobbying is essentially an informational activity” has persistently served the suggestion that lobbying provides a public good by educating legislators about policy and the consequences of legislation. In ...