Open, Accountable Government
In a democracy, citizens have a right to know what their government does, how decisions are made, and how to make their voices heard. We advocate for proactive government disclosure of timely, useful public information that empowers citizen action and helps individuals and organizations effect positive change in their communities.
Drilling companies nationwide have been keeping the identities of many fracking chemicals a secret by simply stamping them "confidential business ...read in full
Data from the Toxics Release Inventory released last month reveals significant increases in toxic pollution across the country in 2013. ...read in full
CASPER, WY, Jan. 26, 2015—Under a settlement agreement approved late Friday (Jan. 23), the Wyoming Oil & Gas Conservation Commission must adopt more ...read in full
On the first day of the 114th Congress, Sens. John Hoeven (R-ND) and Joe Manchin (D-WV) introduced the Keystone XL ...read in full
A building block of American democracy is the idea that as citizens, we have a right to information about how our government works and what it does in our name. The Freedom ...read in full
Of the 100 agencies in the federal government subject to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), dozens of agencies have not yet updated their FOIA ...read in full