|There are so many different ways that our government could modernize itself in order to better use technology to communicate with the people. The problem is, our "leaders" usually see communicating with the people to be a one-way sort of thing: they talk, we listen. That's why we need ideas like this one to shake things up a little. It's impossible for politicians to keep track of this stuff even with dedicated full-time staffers. How can ordinary citizens be expected to form an opinion of how their representatives are managing the nation's budget without the tools to do so in a reasonable amount of time and effort?|
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