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Today in OpenGov: Games

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In today's edition, we join a coalition calling for presidential inauguration transparency, the revolving door speeds up, French President Emmanuel Macron removes the press from his house, we highlight some upcoming events, and more. 

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Join us for “Community impact with open data: Two models from Canada and the United States”

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For city data to have the biggest impact, it needs to be open and it needs to involve residents. For many city staff, this can be unfamiliar, unclear, or even intimidating. How can city staff recognize these fears, understand the powerful potential of public collaboration, and cultivate that power to create a robust and enduring open data program? Join us for a webinar conversation with Canadian nonprofit OpenNorth about two models for what engaged, collaborative data publication and use looks like.

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Today in OpenGov: All the President’s Rent

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In today's edition, a year of public mendacity takes its toll on White House credibility, potential 2020 presidential contenders shun corporate PAC money, the Trump's are collecting $175 million in previously un-explored rent, Israeli police recommend corruption charges against the prime minister, New Mexico faces challenges as it tries to implement transparency reforms, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: Withdrawn

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In today's edition, President Trump's controversial Census pick withdraws from consideration, a new tool tries to make it easier to call Congress, global threats to journalism, open data expansion in Delaware, and more.  

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Today in OpenGov: First Class

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In today's edition, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's First Class habit, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes' "news" site, how Facebook's trouble with Seattle might expand, Azerbaijan blocks websites ahead of elections, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Watching the watchers

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In today's edition, we stay up to date on President Trump's conflicts, a major tech trade group lines up to support a Senate effort to bring back net neutrality, 9 cities are certified as open data pioneers, a tool to monitor political ads on Facebook gains traction, and more. 

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