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Residents of the City of Bell, holding protest placards are calling for the ouster of city officials arrive for the start of council meeting on July 26, 2010 in Bell, California.
Residents of the City of Bell, holding protest placards are calling for the ouster of city officials arrive for the start of council meeting on July 26, 2010 in Bell, California.
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Cities throughout Southern California are making it easier for the average person to find out how their tax dollars are being spent. KPCC's Alice Walton says that's thanks to a move toward digital democracy being led by an opportunistic web company.