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Today in OpenGov: Questions and answers?

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In today's edition, Senate candidates will finally have to e-file their campaign finance reports, Sheldon Adelson warms to President Trump and opens his wallet, Washington State considers how to apply FOIA to its legislature, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: Lighten up already

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In today's edition, the Supreme Court lets some light shine on dark money, White House correspondents want more briefings, some state lawmakers can't stop raking in campaign cash despite running unopposed, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Kept in the dark

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In today's edition, the Supreme Court keeps us in the dark on political money, state attorneys general want to know if President Trump talked up his hotel to foreign officials, criticizing the UK's surveillance programs, and more.

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Today in OpenGov: Transfer window

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In today's edition, President Trump eyes action against foreign election meddlers, bots may represent the future of accountability, a revealing ruling for the Koch brothers, digitally debating Cuba's new constitution, and more. 

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