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The 'LegisWeb Eye' Legislative Web Portal Launches on July 1st
Date:6/28/2010

The LegisWeb Eye is a new web portal that provides a comprehensive view of California public policy and legislative issues. Available at www.legisweb.com, the LegisWeb Eye combines news, opinions, discussion, and bill tracking in one site.

(PRWEB) June 28, 2010 -- The ‘LegisWeb Eye’ launches on July 1st, bringing a new legislative information service to the public. The LegisWeb Eye presents focused news, thoughtful opinion, and lively discussion on the policies of the State of California. The site continuously separates the news from the noise so that readers can be informed without being overwhelmed. The LegisWeb Eye even includes free basic bill tracking so that readers can follow the policies and issues as they develop. The public is invited to participate at www.legisweb.com, or follow the activity at @legisweb on Twitter and ‘LegisWeb’s Eye’ on Facebook.

“People who are interested in the developing policies and laws of California will get consise summaries from multiple points of view,” says Bradlee Chang, a co-founder of LegisWeb. News is gathered from dozens of respected sources such as Capitol Weekly, the Sacramento Bee, and the Los Angeles Times. Diverse opinions from prominent columnists, the politicians that represent California, and bloggers who track California public policy are presented together.

“In an era where partisan quarelling has come to dominate the news, we built LegisWeb’s Eye to refocus the discussion on the underlying policy debate. With all the posturing and maneuvering by our politicians and candidates for office, it is easy to lose sight of the real issues facing the state. LegisWeb’s Eye addresses this b
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