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Create a public search engine, like Westlaw or LexisNexis, that accepts the standardize format, and run a pilot program

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This is a "if you build it, they will come" type of solution. The chicken-egg problem is that the gov't isn't going to go through a lot of effort to make laws/cases in a usable format if there isn't a tool available to make it easy to use. If the tool is prototyped, it might open some eyes to the value of making legal information more readily available.
Supporters: Jonathan Allred, Dana Leader
Opponent: Francheska Alers
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    Problem Legal information is not readily available.
    Finding solutions to legal questions takes longer than it should.
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