Editorial: Shining a light in dark corners

From Santa Fe New Mexican: (Oct 1, 2013) A government that works in the dark is little good for citizens.

That’s why the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government was formed back in 1989. Its purpose is simple: to keep the light shining on the actions of public officials who might prefer to do business behind closed doors.

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NMFOG announces 2012 Transparency Award winners

NMFOG announces 2012 Transparency Award winners

The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government (a member of NFOIC) has announced that five individuals, including Albuquerque Mayor Richard J. Berry, will be recognized as William F. Dixon First Amendment Freedom Award winners at a luncheon on October 3.

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