We’re now seeking partner organizations throughout the nation. Although anybody is free to use our software, we’re specifically seeking media outlets, open government groups, or individuals or teams of people who can commit to maintaining indefinitely a site for their state’s laws. If you want to implement The State Decoded where you live, contact us and tell us what you have in mind. Or if you want to pitch in to help with an effort in your own state, and want to register your interest, that’s fine, too!
Below are the states where there is activity:
Louisiana: A university is planning an implementation.
Michigan: A university has an implementation undergoing testing.
New Mexico: Website developer Jen W. is interested in assisting a NM effort. Contact us to be connected with her.
Oregon: Oregon already has the excellent OregonLaws.org, making The State Decoded largely redundant there.
Washington: A private effort is under development—see the GitHub repository.