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Today in #OpenGov 7/24/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis, including upcoming privacy guidelines for commercial drone use, controversies surrounding Japan's Secrecy Act and its possible loopholes for stifling journalists, and the Massachusetts state House and Senate ...

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Today in #OpenGov 7/23/14

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis, including divergent super PAC strategies for Democrats and Republicans in 2014, arrests of police officers on a corruption investigation in Turkey, and plenty of state and local news.

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Today in #OpenGov 7/22/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis including new House Majority Whip Steve Scalise's generous donation influx from lobbyists and executives alike, a lack of transparency as Russian-backed militants continue to hamper analysis of ...

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Today in #OpenGov 7/21/14

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis including a Guardian interview with Edward Snowden, a new model for journalism in Germany, and a profile of a major power broker in North Carolina state politics.

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Today in #OpenGov 7/18/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis including a host of PAC formations and expansions in the lead-up to the 2014 Midterm Elections, the UK's apparent struggles with data and water damage, and plenty ...

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Today in #OpenGov 7/17/14

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis including a showdown between House Oversight and the White House, more Afghan election turmoil, and new open law and legislation efforts at the municipal level.

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Today in #OpenGov 7/16/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis including an FCC website crash following numerous public comments on net neutrality, Germany re-embracing the typewriter as a means of private communication, and plenty of state and local ...

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Today in #OpenGov 7/15/14

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis including an editorial from former OIRA chief Cass Sunstein on the FOIA reform bill, more high-profile detentions in China's crackdown on corruption, and plenty of state and ...

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Today in #OpenGov 7/14/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis including the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence's stamp of approval on the controversial CISA, the British Parliament's struggle to impose a lobbying code of conduct, and ...

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