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Today in OpenGov: Greitens says goodbye

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In today's edition, we head to the Code for America Summit, President Trump helps out a super PAC, some important pieces are missing from Facebook's online ad transparency effort, "fake news" has been used to jail journalists around the world, and more.

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What we’re looking forward to at 2018’s Code for America Summit

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Sunlight’s Open Cities team is headed out to Oakland, CA this week for the 2018 Code for America Summit. If you are working on open government or open data in your city and are coming to the Summit, we want to talk to you! Please come say hello — we are friendly and would love to learn about your work. We’re also looking forward to learning new ideas and hearing from some of the leaders in this field. In particular, here’s what our team members are excited about and looking forward to.

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Today in OpenGov: A healthy serving of scandal

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In today's edition, the revolving door spins for Congressional staff who helped write last year's tax overhaul, states look to limit access to public records, President Trump's China dealings raise eyebrows, retweets become dangerous in Russia, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Missing the mark

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In today's edition, tech companies start to roll out political ad transparency rules, cities need to get smart about their "smart cities" agreements, the Trump administration sets a low bar for ethics, a major corruption case shakes Spain's ruling party, and more. 

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This Week in Conflicts: “Lobbying” gets more literal, a Qatari-backed bailout for Kushner, and what you might have missed in the president’s financial disclosure

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This week, a breakdown of who is spending money at President Donald Trump’s Washington D.C. hotel, a possible bailout for Kushner Companies from a Canadian firm with ties to Qatar, and more details from President Trump’s most recent financial disclosure reveal how his businesses are doing.

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Today in OpenGov: Impediments

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In today's edition, EPA security gets physical with a reporter, how an energy company helped foil an Ohio state representative's bid for Congress, tracking the influence that flows through President Trump's D.C. hotel, journalism is under attack in Southeast Asia, and more. 

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