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Today in OpenGov: It’s GRRREAT

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In today's edition, the RNC reports healthy fundraising and spending numbers while the GOP's congressional committee struggles, the EPA sees an uptick in complaints of scientific interference, the Washington State Supreme Court decides if lawmakers are subject to public records rules, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Demotional materials.

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In today's edition, we find an increasing disparity in Spanish-language HIV/AIDS information on federal websites, President Trump looks for ways to dump the head of the Federal Reserve, New Jersey sheds light on dark money, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Trying times.

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In today's edition, the FEC chair is still trying to regulate online political ads, a DC official who tried to woo Amazon's HQ2 heads through the revolving door, the GOP is set to funnel more money into President Trump's pockets via golf club fundraisers, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: Dirty deeds.

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In today's edition, President Trump feels pretty comfortable admitting that he would break the law given the chance, the Department of Justice's CIO will also be its Chief Data Officer, protests continue to reverberate around Hong Kong, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: ICEd Out

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In today's edition, a proposed merger might create a defense industry influence juggernaut, ICE's move to delete old speeches shines a light on lacking federal archiving practices, New Jersey shines a exposes its dark money, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Addition by addition.

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In today's edition, the Honest Ads Act continues to add bipartisan support, a new report sheds light on the lack of transparency in these New York towns, when the president swings by revenue at Trump properties goes up, and more. 

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