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This Week in Conflicts: Trump Plans Expansion of Scottish Resort, Ivanka’s Brand Replaced and Who’s Golfing with the President?

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This week, the Trump Organization has submitted plans to build a multi-million dollar residential community at its Scottish resort, Ivanka Trump’s only storefront has been replaced and the Washington Post is asking for help identifying individuals who golfed with President Donald Trump.

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Today in OpenGov: Midterm madness

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In today's edition, North Carolina lawmakers try to limit information about their proposed edits to the state constitution, Facebook uncovers some midterm election meddling, President Trump finally picks a leader for the Office of Science and Technology Policy, Belgium looks to charge journalists for access, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: Crypto Jiu-Jitsu

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In today's edition, the SEC looks for more transparency around cryptocurrencies, the acting EPA chief's lobbying ties are under scrutiny, Russia punishes dissidents by leveraging a surprising source, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: In Case You Missed It

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After a summer break, we're back with all the latest in #OpenGov news. In today's edition, we'll do our best to quickly cover all the major stories you might have missed while we were away. Tomorrow, we'll get back to our usual mix of news and analysis from the world of open government. 

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This Week in Conflicts: Emoluments Lawsuit Continues Forward, Ivanka’s Fashion Label Closing and the Cost of Trump’s Scotland Resort Stay

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This week, a federal judge rules an emoluments lawsuits against President Donald Trump can continue moving forward, Ivanka Trump announces the end of her clothing, accessory and shoe line, and details on how much the government spent for the president to stay at his Scotland resort.

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This Week in Conflicts: Ivanka Trump’s Brand Pulled from Shelves, Kushner Companies Close Ties to Washington and Ross Admits “Errors”

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This week, one of the largest department stores in Canada will no longer sell Ivanka Trump’s clothing, accessory or shoe lines, a look at some of the companies and individuals Kushner Companies is making deals with and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross admits to “errors” in failing to divest assets.

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