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Today in OpenGov: Who read the comments?

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In today's edition, scandal fatigue is making it less likely that public pressure will boost government ethics, California approves a tough net neutrality law and is immediately sued by the federal government, an emoluments suit against President Trump is allowed to proceed, a new law in Bangladesh threatens free speech, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Celebrate the right to know

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In today's edition, celebrating International Right to Know Day, investigating the removal of LGBT content from federal websites, expanding the subpoena power of inspectors general, using data to help cities embrace multimodal transportation policies, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Opening up

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In today's edition, lawmakers want to make it easier to ban personal email use at federal agencies, President Trump accused China of interfering in the midterms, Facebook boosts its state level lobbying, multiple open data reports are released, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Conflicted

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In today's edition, a new way to explore the Trump family's conflicts of interest, setting up frameworks for data privacy, asking hard questions about the future of open data, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Questions and answers?

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In today's edition, Senate candidates will finally have to e-file their campaign finance reports, Sheldon Adelson warms to President Trump and opens his wallet, Washington State considers how to apply FOIA to its legislature, and more.

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