Only by leaving soon can she guarantee a liberal replacement, and a bulwark against a conservative revolution.
Thirty years after Geraldine Ferraro’s historic run for vice president, there has been meaningful progress in terms of female officeholders — but there are still hurdles of “political recruitment and self-perceived qualifications.”
The ingredient, found in antibacterial soap, is safe and regulated at the federal level. State legislation is not needed.
Access to Internet infrastructure matters greatly to companies, because — like transportation — its quality can make or break the business.
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