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Today in OpenGov: Face up to the Facts

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In today's edition, Facebook faces the fallout from a report on its attempts to avoid scandal, we join a coalition urging Congress to protect the Mueller probe, two tragic deaths are tied to a Colombian bribery probe, looking back on a big spending gubernatorial race, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Hold Up

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In today's edition, Sunlight's Web Integrity Project welcomes a new research director, President Trump looks to Mar-a-Lago for a new ambassador, another Senator wants to change his state's laws so he can run for reelection and President in 2020, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: First Up

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In today's edition, voters support campaign finance reforms, assessing Seattle's "democracy voucher" program, President Trump plans to award a mega-donor with a top Presidential honor, France and Facebook want to tackle online hate speech together, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Referrals

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In today's edition, corporate PACs look to boost their bad reputations, transparency comes out on top on election day, Ryan Zinke eyes the exits, Hong Kong turns away a journalist, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: The Results Are In

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In today's edition, K Street prepares for divided government, a political cartoonist is silenced in Hong Kong, Amazon's HQ2 sweepstakes provided a treasure trove of data to the company, indicted Congressmen had a successful election day, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: Get Out The Vote

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In today's edition, one more chunk of election news (until the next election cycle starts to heat up), the pharmaceutical lobby isn't a big fan of discounted drugs for senior citizens, the Supreme Court allows the Census citizenship question lawsuit to begin, New York State's transparency problem, and more. 

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Today in OpenGov: On the Verge

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With elections taking place across the U.S. tomorrow, today's edition will look slightly different that usual with an oversized load of stories at the intersection of OpenGov and elections as campaign season comes to a close.  We'll be back with your usual roundup of OpenGov news tomorrow. If you haven't voted early or absentee, we hope you're making plans to vote tomorrow.

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Today in OpenGov: Hot on the Trail

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In today's edition, Big Oil finds a loophole in Facebook's "ad transparency" rules, the White House is concerned about its embattled Interior Secretary, Americans fear politically motivated violence, and more.

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