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Baltimore gets a B+ for transparency
When it comes to disclosing to residents how their city’s money is spent, Baltimore rates a grade of B+, one of the highest grades among 30 cities in a new report released by the Maryland PIRG Foundation. Only three cities received an A: Chicago, New York and San Francisco, with the first two singled out as models for the rest of the nation’s cities.
January 24, 2013