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Today in OpenGov: Mooch Madness

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It's been busy week Washington, capped by a dramatic showdown in the Senate late last night that featured an abnormal legislative process. In today's newsletter, we look back at the new White House communications director's first week in Washington, share a read out from our trip to the White House to discuss open data, endorse bipartisan call for an email privacy overhaul, worry over an increasingly dire situation in Venezuela, and much more.

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Today in OpenGov: Body-slamming democracy

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As we prepare to celebrate essential unalienable American rights tomorrow, we see fundamental values under siege around the world, from DC to the Phillipines. Our founding fathers enacted the First Amendment for a reason: free and independent press is critical in a healthy democracy, acting as an immune system against corruption, restricted rights, and tyranny. We will be taking tomorrow off to celebrate Independence Day, but will return on Wednesday with all the latest open government news.

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