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Today in OpenGov: Failing upwards?

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In today's edition, we ask you to take a brief reader survey, another 2020 presidential hopeful pledges to release their tax returns, members and watchdogs knock NYC's AI task force for lacking transparency, Kirstjen Nielsen tries to rehab her image, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Falling behind.

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In today's edition, Baltimore's entire city council encourages their embattled mayor to resign, organized labor looks to maintain its political clout during the 2020 election cycle, President Trump's "acting" subordinates skirt senate scrutiny, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Under review.

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In today's edition, reaching across party lines in Congress to support agency FOIA compliance, informing the public amid an evolving public transportation ecosystem, threatening potential leakers at the Department of Homeland Security, cracking down on corruption in Kenya, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: “Accidental” oversight.

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In today's edition, government AI programs need oversight and transparency, House Democrats launch a full court press of investigations into the Trump administration, Georgia legislators introduce legislation targeting journalists in the state, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Take a stand.

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In today's edition, Ted Cruz vs. the FEC, the Mayor of Baltimore, Maryland takes a leave of absence amid a growing scandal, a whistleblower identifies significant security clearance issues at the Trump White House, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Grilling season.

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In today's edition, following a day off on Friday, we share a load of links including a grilling for President Trump's nominee for Interior Secretary, lobbyists failing to disclose their political contributions, good news and bad news out of Gambia, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Transparent transit trust.

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In today's edition, we explore how transparency can help build trust in local transit agencies, megadonors control the fate of outside spending organizations, departing Trump aides miss a big ethics requirement, the EU moves forward with Internet-threatening legislation, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: State of play.

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In today's edition, Idaho moves towards transparency around criminal justice algorithms, Steny Hoyer updates his app to track proceedings on the House floor, President Trump ramps up his attacks on the media, and more. 

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