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POLITICO Playbook PM: Is Biden’s Covid relief plan right for the moment?
But nothing Congress does is perfect, and as written the American Recovery Plan will be a major booster shot that will hopefully help close the remaining gaps in the economy.” Read the full story here ... read more
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S&P 500 Has Its Best Day Since June as Bond Market Stabilizes
Wall Street has its best day ... economy and enacting President Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda, which aims to strengthen U.S. infrastructure and innovation and close racial and economic gaps. The ... read more
Vilsack is back at USDA after 4 years of Trump. The world has changed.
Vilsack’s first big projects as Agriculture secretary for his second time around will be sharply scaling up conservation efforts and exploring the creation of a carbon bank. read more
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Fort Collins City Council election: 20 questions with Jeni Arndt, mayoral candidate
The Coloradoan sent a 20-item questionnaire to all Fort Collins City Council candidates, seeking their viewpoints and policy ideas about a range of city issues. Jeni Arndt is running for mayor. The ... read more
Covid-19: Restaurant Dining and Lack of Mask Mandates Are Each Linked to U.S. Virus Spread, C.D.C. Says
The world needs up to 10 billion syringes for coronavirus doses, and manufacturers are pulling out all the stops to meet the demand. The pandemic’s racial disparities persist in the U.S. vaccine ... read more
Coronavirus: Florida to crack down on ‘vaccine tourism’ — as it happened
Sterling hits 3-year high as vaccine success buoys investors. Glastonbury festival cancelled for second year running. US to join WHO-backed scheme to make vaccines widely available. read more
Naomi Wolf sounds alarm at growing power of 'autocratic tyrants'
You've heard the name Naomi Wolf before. She has been a prominent person in this country and a prominent Democrat for more than 30 years. Wolf is one of the founders of third wave feminism. She worked ... read more
What to know about the 2021 Virginia governor’s race
This year’s race for Virginia governor is more crowded than any other in modern history, perhaps ever, with 12 declared candidates in the running: six Republicans, five Democrats and one independent. read more
Andrew Yang Wants to Be New York City's 'Evangelist and Cheerleader in Chief'
What would a Mayor Yang do? The entrepreneur-turned-politician on the pandemic, the police, universal basic income—and bicycle lanes. He'd be the city's first Asian-American mayor. read more
Fort Collins City Council election: 20 questions with Gavin Kaszynski, District 3 candidate
Gavin Kaszynski, a candidate for Fort Collins City Council's District 3 seat, answers 20 questions about city issues from the Coloradoan. read more
Rule by Regulation
The fondness of the Biden administration for rule by regulation is hardly a secret by now, and, when it comes to telling corporations that they should run themselves according to the precepts of ... read more
Inside Pfizer’s Fast, Fraught, and Lucrative Vaccine Distribution
The company is a hero of the pandemic for its Covid-fighting wonder shot. That doesn’t mean it hasn’t made entire countries angry. read more