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May 6th "Project Sunlight" program at the Mulberry Street Library


Learn about Project Sunlight— the first website of its kind in New York State designed to make government transparent and accountable. The website gives to its users unprecedented access to information that government keeps, information that until now has been scattered and difficult to retrieve. The website allows you to easily research bill information, elected officials, donors, lobbyists, special interests, state contracts and uncover the links between them. Presented by a Representative of the New York State Office of the Attorney General. The program will be held at the Mulberry Street Library on May 6th at 6:30 PM. The library is located at 10 Jersey St., between Mulberry and Lafayette.


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