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Today in OpenGov: On a new episode of Trumplandia

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In today's edition, we look at the fallout from the disclosure of former FBI Director Comey's memos last night by the Associated Press after the Department of Justice shared them with Congress, we share fresh on ways to support community open data use, federal funding information may be at risk of tampering, more emolumental questions emerge for President Trump, Russia shuts down a secure messaging service, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: Stifling

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In today's edition, Missouri's embattled governor asks for some restraint, Kris Kobach shows contempt, Inspectors General outline consistent cross-government issues, Facebook doesn't appear so keen to embrace new EU data protection rules for all its users, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: Insufficient Commitment

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In today's edition, Trump businesses benefit from GOP campaign spending, Baton Rouge engineers its open data for community involvement, the case for closing digital loopholes in campaign finance transparency becomes more clear, more bad news for EPA chief Scott Pruitt, Hungarians take to the streets, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Pardon Me?

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In today's edition, Bethlehem, PA wrote its open data policy with a little help from our "wizard," President Trump considers a pardon, more Facebook fallout in Washington, an open data refresh in the UK, and more.  

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Today in OpenGov: Enquiries

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In today's edition, Secretary of State hopeful Mike Pompeo's failure to disclose business ties with China may complicate his upcoming confirmation hearing, we join a group letter urging Congress to support the Honest Ads Act, Ohio's House speaker resigns, Hungary closes its civic spaces, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Honesty is the best policy

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In today's edition, Mark Zuckerberg is halfway done with his trip to Capitol Hill, Atlanta announces a new budget transparency effort, a new report takes the Internet's temperature, foreign assistance spending data gets updated, the EPA gets rid of another staffer who pushed back against Scott Pruitt, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Inner circles

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In today's edition, the FBI raided President Trump's personal lawyer's office, Mark Zuckerberg faces Congress, D.C. charter schools don't want to share (information), we consider how to shed light on the ways that oligarchs hide their money, and more. 

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