CalWatchdog Launch

Sacramento Press

by Ingrid Ratliff, published on February 5, 2010

Thursday night marked a new voice in state news and a new set of eyes narrowed on the Capitol.

About fifty people gathered at Pyramid Ale House to celebrated the launch of CalWatchdog.com, a new journalism venture with a mission of “holding the government accountable for its spending and regulatory programs by exposing government waste, fraud and abuses of power.”

I sat down with Steven Greenhut, CalWatchdog editor in chief, amid beer, rain and power suits.

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