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Today in OpenGov: Withdrawn

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Editors note: This will be the final edition of the Today in OpenGov newsletter for 2017. We're taking a much needed break, but will be back in the new year with all of the top open government news. We want to say a sincere and hearty thank you to our loyal readers. It hasn't been an easy year, but it has been our pleasure to share the news with you throughout it all. Now, enjoy one last look at the day's open government news for 2017 including the latest on net neutrality repeal, the withdrawal of several Trump nominees, concerning news for press freedom, good news for access to information in New York state, and more! 

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Today in OpenGov: A flood of money in Alabama

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Before we dig into a weekend's worth of open government news, a quick reminder: On Thursday, December 14 we will be joining with Global Integrity, the Open Gov Hub, and Transparency International to launch the new Defending Democracy: Lessons From Around the World program.

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Today in OpenGov: Obstructions

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In today's edition, President Trump's team preemptively counters obstruction of justice charges, some members of Congress consider the return of earmarks, a town in Delaware thinks about giving corporations the right to vote, and more.

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