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Today in #OpenGov 8/15/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis, including the disclosure of the Ferguson policeman involved in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, a new law in Ukraine that could threaten media freedoms, and the release ...

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Today in #OpenGov 8/14/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis, including a new GOP challenge to an SEC campaign finance rule, lobbying efforts by a former Clinton aide for the Keystone XL pipeline, and quiet changes to email ...

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Today in #OpenGov 8/13/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis, including lobbyists commingling even closer with industry boards, panels, and commissions in a new representative capacity, skepticism over the contents of Russian humanitarian aid vans inbound for Ukraine ...

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Today in #OpenGov 8/12/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis, including the creation of the United States Digital Service, Bahrain's government's surveillance of activists and opposition politicians, and a DOJ report uncovering systemic abuses at New ...

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Today in #OpenGov 8/11/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis, including the Patent and Trademark Office's struggle with its work-at-home program following fibbed timesheets and undeserved bonuses, Australia's suppression of the press surrounding a foreign bribery ...

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Today in #OpenGov 8/8/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis, including extensive D.C. lobbying on Argentina's debt, four new partners in the Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition initiative, and increased charter school transparency in ...

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Today in #OpenGov 8/7/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis, including a surreptitious end to reports and data on hospital errors, the release of a notable Chinese dissident lawyer and anti-corruption activist, and a lobbyist-turned-Congressional candidate painting herself ...

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Today in #OpenGov 8/6/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis, including a look at the U.S. government's Terrorist Screening Database and Terrorist Information Datamart Environment, the continuing consequences of the E.U.'s "right to be ...

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Today in #OpenGov 8/5/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis, including an Executive Branch delay on a much-anticipated report on "enhanced interrogation techniques," alleged Israeli surveillance on John Kerry's communications, and the Kochs planting money among Oregon ...

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Today in #OpenGov 8/4/2014

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Keep reading for today's look at #OpenGov news, events, and analysis, including another PAC to end all PACs, targeting of journalists and dissidents in Bahrain and the UAE, and a redistricting ruling for Florida's highly gerrymandered Fifth and ...

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