Stewart Greenleaf has long been a champion for making state government more open, accessible and transparent to citizens. Long before "reform" became a buzzword in Harrisburg, he was fighting for common sense initiatives that help Pennsylvanians hold their legislators accountable.
* Passed a new Open Records Law that makes it easier than ever before for citizens to access information from state, county and local governments.
* Implemented a waiting period before any amended legislation can be voted upon to give citizens more time to comment.
* Supported the original legislation to require television coverage of state government operations, including the legislature, so citizens can watch their government at work.
* Worked to expand internet access to all state agencies and the legislature.