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Public policy startup Civinomics wants to hack U.S. politics

by Lauren Hepler
Silicon Valley Business Journal

Silicon Valley still isn’t getting its way on Capitol Hill, despite unprecedented tech lobbying budgets and flashy new advocacy groups. But that doesn’t surprise Robert Singleton.

Co-founders Robert Singleton and Manu Koenig built a platform to crowdsource public policy. (Photo credit: Vicki Thompson)

Co-founders Robert Singleton and Manu Koenig built a platform to crowdsource public policy. (Photo credit: Vicki Thompson)

At a time when only 15 percent of Americans approve of Congress, the co-founder of Santa Cruz public policy startup Civinomics is adamant that more systemic problems have clouded the way government business gets done.

Read full article: http://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/chreynolds-data-centers/2014/05/public-policy-startup-civnomics-wants-to-hack-u-s.html?r=full

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