The Sunlight Foundation compiled data from all 50 states on the accessibility of governors’ executive orders and found that Texas ranked among the top states when it comes to public availability. The rankings are based on whether executive orders are uploaded online in a timely fashion, whether the text of the orders can be easily searched and how long the orders are available online.
Along with Texas, leading states in accessibility were Alaska, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan and Minnesota. Among the worst states were Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii and Nevada. Here’s the full report: