Jan 4, 2010
California Watch adds interactivity to its investigative toolkit
California Watch, a special project of the Center for Investigative Reporting, launched a new website with more interactive features. Users can dig deeper into databases connected to the project's reporting, such as this new report examining loopholes in the state's campaign financing rules; interact with each other and team reporters; and find contact information for public officials. "We've created an investigative reporting team for California that will not only expose corruption and wrongdoing, but will spark debate and give people the tools to learn more and identify solutions that will hopefully improve the quality of life in the state," said Robert Rosenthal, CIR executive director.
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