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A Guide To Bailout Transparency Sites

CJR has an article that lists and describes some of the sites on the web that have bailout information. The number of sites that are disclosing information that you might expect to find at a government site or a library seems to be growing quickly! The article didn’t catch Stimulus Watch for example. One of the main benefits of these sites is that they make the information easier to find and use. There are some government sites listed in the article as well.

A Guide To Bailout Transparency Sites, By Elinore Longobardi, Columbia Journalism Review, January 30, 2009.

Now that taxpayers have become financiers, we have a right to know where the money is going. In search of organizations with the curiosity and resources to help figure that out, we trolled the Internet for good, easily available bailout information and came up with several sites worth looking at.

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