From Sunshine Review
Literally, New Jersey just got 600 more websites transparent. A law passed this last January is requiring 600 local entities, such as water utilities, port authorities and county park commissions, to provide budgets, audit reports, meeting dates, contacts and other information on the Internet.
“The constituents in our state have a right to be able to access that information,” said state Sen. Jeff Van Drew, D-Cape May, Cumberland, Atlantic, a co-sponsor of the law. “I don’t think that’s too much to ask, and not too hard to accomplish these days.”