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Today in OpenGov: Off to the races.

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In today's edition, the FEC fined Ted Cruz, the D.C. Council closed a controversial meeting, a novice candidate with a focus on fighting corruption emerged as the frontrunner in Slovakia's presidential race, the White House is making it hard for the GAO to review Trump appointees' ethics disclosures, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Maxed out.

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In today's edition, more from Wednesday's FOIA hearing in the House, charges in the murder of a Slovakian journalist, questions about Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's ethics, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: Close to home.

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In today's edition, Congress considers the consequences of an increase in FOIA requests, ICE's questionable use of license plate data, a loss and a win for one embattled Massachusetts mayor, Wilbur Ross testifies about the Census citizenship question, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Unforced errors.

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In today's edition, we launch a new resource to track federal web censorship, President Trump's financial records may be facing scrutiny, independent media in the Philippines push back against continual cyber attack, and more.  

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Today in OpenGov: Weekend at Donald’s

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In today's edition, the FEC slaps Jeb Bush's super PAC with a big fine, President Trump spends his weekends with wealthy business associates, Texas makes more mistaken additions to a "voter fraud" list, Russians protest against Internet restrictions, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Another sunny week.

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In today's edition, we celebrate Sunshine Week, House Democrats pass their centerpiece political reform legislation, hundreds of lobbyists are wading through President Trump's swamp, a win for open government in Alabama, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Playing catch-up.

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In today's edition, we share quick links to a week's worth of OpenGov news including the latest from Sunlight's blog, the House's moves on ethics reform, an updated count of President Trump's false statements, open government data in Africa, Boston's new chief data officer, and a whole lot more.

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