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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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Today in OpenGov: On the Verge

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With elections taking place across the U.S. tomorrow, today's edition will look slightly different that usual with an oversized load of stories at the intersection of OpenGov and elections as campaign season comes to a close.  We'll be back with your usual roundup of OpenGov news tomorrow. If you haven't voted early or absentee, we hope you're making plans to vote tomorrow.

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Today in OpenGov: Hot on the Trail

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In today's edition, Big Oil finds a loophole in Facebook's "ad transparency" rules, the White House is concerned about its embattled Interior Secretary, Americans fear politically motivated violence, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: Hedge Your Bets

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In today's edition, big business might be hedging its bets ahead of the midterms, we explain healthcare.gov's scheduled downtime, our friends at MuckRock have a few questions, transparency for a fishy deal in Madagascar, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Spooky Scary

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In today's edition, Twitter's midterm highlight page is already surfacing fake news, cities address data sharing hurdles, a probe into Ryan Zinke's questionable ethics takes a step forward, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Family Business

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In today's edition, Americans lack confidence in government and the tech industry to protect elections from foreign interference, an expansive idea to fix Congress, oil money floods two state ballot initiatives, President Trump and his three oldest children are sued over phony get-rich-quick schemes, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Request Denied

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In today's edition, California will hold off on implementing its net neutrality law, 11 donors are responsible for 20% of all super PAC cash, another Trump administration effort to delay the Census citizenship question lawsuit is denied, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Countdown

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In today's edition, only 12 days until the midterm elections and so much money left to spend, privacy is on the ballot in these states, federal advisory committees won't be getting more transparent this year, removing the press in Paris, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: It’s personal

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In today's edition, prominent Democrats and other liberal figures are targeted with mail bombs, President Trump won't quit his iPhone even though it's insecure, NASA couldn't keep track of some of its most precious space dust, securing digital rights in the age of "smart cities," and more.

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Today in OpenGov: Midterm Madness

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In today's edition, we take a look at K Street spending, midterm madness heats up, the Trump administration looks to bypass appeals courts in favor of their Supreme Court majority, unique state FOIA exemptions, and more. 

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