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Today in OpenGov: But Her Emails

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In today's edition, Ivanka Trump used her personal email for public business, one former lobbyist has a novel way to keep track of his potential conflicts of interest, open data reorganization in Philadelphia, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: The Fast Track

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In today's edition, the House Ethics Committee hands down some sanctions, the Supreme Court will fast track a hearing in the Census citizenship question case, a high profile dismissal in New York City, a suspect in the murder of a Maltese journalist, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Face up to the Facts

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In today's edition, Facebook faces the fallout from a report on its attempts to avoid scandal, we join a coalition urging Congress to protect the Mueller probe, two tragic deaths are tied to a Colombian bribery probe, looking back on a big spending gubernatorial race, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Hold Up

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In today's edition, Sunlight's Web Integrity Project welcomes a new research director, President Trump looks to Mar-a-Lago for a new ambassador, another Senator wants to change his state's laws so he can run for reelection and President in 2020, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: First Up

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In today's edition, voters support campaign finance reforms, assessing Seattle's "democracy voucher" program, President Trump plans to award a mega-donor with a top Presidential honor, France and Facebook want to tackle online hate speech together, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Referrals

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In today's edition, corporate PACs look to boost their bad reputations, transparency comes out on top on election day, Ryan Zinke eyes the exits, Hong Kong turns away a journalist, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: The Results Are In

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In today's edition, K Street prepares for divided government, a political cartoonist is silenced in Hong Kong, Amazon's HQ2 sweepstakes provided a treasure trove of data to the company, indicted Congressmen had a successful election day, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Get Out The Vote

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In today's edition, one more chunk of election news (until the next election cycle starts to heat up), the pharmaceutical lobby isn't a big fan of discounted drugs for senior citizens, the Supreme Court allows the Census citizenship question lawsuit to begin, New York State's transparency problem, and more. 

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