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Today in OpenGov: What’s in an earmark?

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In today's edition, Americans share their opinions on election season, earmarks might be coming back to Capitol Hill, the Supreme Court will consider the Census citizenship question, a New York county looks to boost its financial transparency, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: Sharing is caring.

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In today's edition, we explain the government's responsibility to share online content in multiple languages, Amazon pulls its new New York City location following local pushback, President Trump won't shut the government down again, but will declare a national emergency in an effort to build his wall, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Vouch for it.

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In today's edition, lawmakers look to stop the revolving door between Capitol Hill and K Street, Seattle sends out another round of Democracy Vouchers, press freedom deteriorates in the EU, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: It’s a no from me.

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In today's edition, MuckRock celebrates 9 years of fighting for public records, Sen. Rand Paul takes a stand on surveillance, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faces an ethics inquiry, a BBC cameraman is attacked at a Trump rally, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Overdrive

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In today's edition, we keep things brief with articles on OPEN Government Data Act implementation, the latest complaint around Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross' delayed divestment, and more.  

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