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Today in OpenGov: An unlikely pair

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In today's edition, an unlikely pair of groups teams up to boost access to government information, how the Heritage foundation is expanding its influence in the Trump administration, digital democracy in Taiwan, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: It’s a Family Affair

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After two weeks off, we'll try something a little bit different today before jumping back into our usual look at the day's news tomorrow. So, please read on for some of today's top headlines as well as quick links to all of the most interesting #OpenGov stories that emerged while we were out of your inbox! 

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Today in OpenGov: Where are all the documents going?

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In today's edition, we identify document deletions at the Citizenship and Immigration Service, a sanctioned Russian bank woos Washington, Connecticut looks to boost its open data offerings, Spain's Prime Minister is poised to lose power in corruption fallout, and more.  Editors note: Today in OpenGov will take a short hiatus for the next two weeks. We'll be back on June 15th. In the meantime, you can follow us on Twitter to keep up with all the latest at Sunlight and in the broader #OpenGov world! 

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Today in OpenGov: Greitens says goodbye

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In today's edition, we head to the Code for America Summit, President Trump helps out a super PAC, some important pieces are missing from Facebook's online ad transparency effort, "fake news" has been used to jail journalists around the world, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: A healthy serving of scandal

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In today's edition, the revolving door spins for Congressional staff who helped write last year's tax overhaul, states look to limit access to public records, President Trump's China dealings raise eyebrows, retweets become dangerous in Russia, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Missing the mark

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In today's edition, tech companies start to roll out political ad transparency rules, cities need to get smart about their "smart cities" agreements, the Trump administration sets a low bar for ethics, a major corruption case shakes Spain's ruling party, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Impediments

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In today's edition, EPA security gets physical with a reporter, how an energy company helped foil an Ohio state representative's bid for Congress, tracking the influence that flows through President Trump's D.C. hotel, journalism is under attack in Southeast Asia, and more. 

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