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Today in OpenGov: Bills, bills, bills

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In today's edition, we explore how openness is being leveraged to improve social services, the Senate votes to strengthen transition team ethics requirements, President Trump's re-election campaign spends heavily on Facebook ads about an "invasion" at the southern border, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: IT’s a first

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In today's edition, Kris Kobach is running for Senate and breaking the rules, President Trump finally gets his first Chief Technology Officer, the leader of Hong Kong's banned independence party is arrested, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Super starts

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In today's edition, we explore open contracting impacts in Philadelphia and Los Angeles, super PACs start planning for 2020, Whistleblower Appreciation Day was this week, but Hill staff still lack protections, and more. 

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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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