A citizen group that advocates for open government was honored Thursday for its efforts by Indiana's largest newspaper industry group.More here.
The Indiana Coalition for Open Government received the Frank O'Bannon Sunshine Award during the Hoosier State Press Association's annual meeting and government conference.
Bill Nangle, executive editor of The Times of Munster, lauded ICOG's efforts for the public's right to know when nominating the nonprofit organization for the honor.
Friday, January 30, 2009
Congrats to Indiana Coalition for Open Government
The Indiana Coalition for Open Government received the Frank O'Bannon Sunshine Award for its efforts, which have included publishing guidebooks, sponsoring conferences and studying the effectiveness of the state's public access counselor's office.
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