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Good morning!

We are very excited to share with you that Madison 1.8, The OpenGov Foundation’s open source software project for collaborative policymaking between citizens and governments, has just been released in beta. This release includes many significant changes to the project, including a complete aesthetic redesign, dramatically improved user experience, and a significant contribution to the project’s documentation.

We invite you to explore the new Madison, and please help us continue to improve by filing issues on Github.

Thank you for your support, and we look forward to hearing from you!
About The OpenGov Foundation

OpenGov is a small non-profit, non-partisan 501(c)3 foundation working to open government. That means making it easier for people to access and use as much government information as possible. We believe innovative technology and open data can help deliver democratic governments that listen to citizens, operate efficiently, and solve our shared challenges the smart way.

We believe democracy means everyone should have the chance to be a hands-on contributor.

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