Ten ways you can advance your rights to know, speak, write and publish about issues that matter—where you live

You don’t have to be a lawyer, lobbyist or policy wonk to make improvements in how open your city council, county supervisors, school board or special district directors’ meetings are, or in public access to government information. Californians Aware will be happy to help and to report the results of your project(s). But why not inform your community of your experiences? Doing so would contribute to an interesting blog.