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This Week in Conflicts: Redacted Mueller Report Released, Undisclosed Cash Flow from Inaugural Ball and Mueller Explains Why His Family Left Trump’s Golf Club

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This week, the report from special counsel Robert Mueller was released with redactions, the Palm Beach Post cannot find financial records for one of President Donald Trump’s inaugural balls, and Mueller explains why his family left the president’s membership club in Virginia.

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Today in OpenGov: Freshly laundered

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In today's edition, President Trump's campaign loves spending at his properties, the whistleblowers who exposed DHS' family separation policy are honored, senior politicians in India are censored for hate speech amid elections, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: All bundled up.

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In today's edition, we join a coalition calling for presidential candidates to disclose their bundlers, Georgia's new ethics chief plans some subpoenas, the White House wants more control over agency rulemaking, and more. 

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This Week in Conflicts: Wait Continues for Trump’s Taxes and Department of Defense is Spending Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars at Trump-branded Properties

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This week, the wait continues for House Democrats requesting access to President Donald Trump’s tax returns, the president’s sister retires as a federal judge amid an ongoing investigation and CNN totals the spending by the Department of Defense at Trump-branded properties.

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Today in OpenGov: A quick refresher.

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In today's edition, the IRS struggles to keep up with the tax avoidance strategies of the ultrawealthy, Big Soda is making its voice heard in Philadelphia's mayoral election, the latest on President Trump's taxes, and more. 

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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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This Week in Conflicts: More requests for Documents from Trump’s Inaugural Committee, Security Clearance Approval Questions and Cohen Says he was “Encouraged” to Lie

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This week, top contractors with President Donald Trump’s inaugural committee are being asked to turn over documents, a whistleblower comes forward with more details about the approval of security clearances for Jared Kushner and others, and Buzzfeed News is again reporting that Michael Cohen was told to lie to Congress.

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