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Today in OpenGov: Lessons learned.

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In today's edition, Richmond, VA keeps its public housing private, lessons learned from the latest 2020 campaign finance reports, how lobster dinners led to the resignation of France's environment minister, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: Ride the wave.

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In today's edition, the DOJ makes it easier to access foreign lobbying data, the Texas legislature makes it easier to obscure their upcoming redistricting efforts, President Trump looks to delay the Census until he gets his way, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: There’s good news and bad news.

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The good news? The Supreme Court dealt a setback to the Trump administration's attempts to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census. The bad news? The Supreme Court abdicated itself from responsibility for extreme partisan gerrymandering. All that and much more in today's edition.

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Today in OpenGov: Testify!

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In today's edition, Robert Mueller will appear before Congress, a Google subsidiary's controversial smart city plan may expand, the EPA wants to give political appointees more power over FOIA requests, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: No noise.

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In today's edition, we join other organizations calling for presidential candidates to disclose their bundlers, Maine's 2020 Senate race is getting expensive already, Kellyanne Conway won't talk to Congress about her Hatch Act violations, and more. 

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