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Today in OpenGov: Access denied.

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In today's edition, Wisconsin won't let this disabled lawmaker call in to meetings, the committee trying to modernize Congress agrees on a second round of recommendations, President Trump keeps pushing for more hospital price transparency, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: It’s just business.

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In today's edition, Minnesota will try again to ease public access to court records, the GAO shares ways to improve protections for federal whistleblowers, the House wants to know what sort of business White House officials are conducting on their personal accounts, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Housing hacks.

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In today's edition, open data and civic hacking help housing advocates, a bipartisan group of Senators push back against FOIA changes at the EPA, a new report details the extent of climate change censorship under the Trump administration, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: It’s a record!

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In today's edition, early 2020 fundraising is setting records, state lawmakers are copying and pasting legislative language from corporations, diplomats are talking differently in the age of leaks, and more. 

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