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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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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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Today in OpenGov: There can be only one

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In today's edition, Facebook struggles with its political ad transparency rules, Florida struggles with its political ad transparency rules, President Trump doesn't care about phone security, a new measurement guide for the Open Data Charter, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Do you trust me?

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In today's edition, Norfolk, Virginia looks to get more resilient through open data, some important information goes missing from Medicare.gov, fundraising prowess is already becoming an issue as potential candidates jockey for position in 2020 Democratic presidential contest, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: One to talk

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In today's edition, President Trump includes Stormy Daniels in his financial disclosure, tech CEOs get an open invitation to Capitol Hill, what's up with WhatsApp in India, and more. And don't forget, if you haven't already, take a minute this week for our short survey on how we can make this newsletter work better for you! 

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Today in OpenGov: An American tale

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In today's edition, President Trump gets his financial disclosure in before the deadline, we plan a webinar on open contracting in city procurement, we join a coalition opposing Gina Haspel's confirmation as CIA director over torture and a lack of transparency, Ghana's new leader takes a serious approach to an anti-graft fight, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Leveling up

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In today's edition, the CFPB asks for public feedback on its consumer complaint process, the White House and the EPA team up to block an important report on water contamination, California's approach to data transparency, calls for a crackdown on money laundering in the EU, and more.

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