Web Graphic shows outcomes of CT session

Our new web graphic that makes it easy to browse outcomes of a 2011 Connecticut General Assembly (CGA) session during which nearly 3,000 bills were proposed in 23 weeks is available at http://readilyapparent.com

The data visualization, produced by Readily Apparent of Georgetown, CT, includes pop-up summaries designed to enable people to browse results by policy area, see corresponding lists of bills passed and go to CGA history pages for particular bills.

It offers a unique, gavel-to-gavel view of public policy proposals made since the session convened in January and that led up to comparatively fewer acts passed before lawmakers adjourned June 8th.

Data source: Connecticut General Assembly

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