Robert Redfield actually got two jobs – Director of Health and Human Services and Administrator of the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
Abby Finkenauer (IA 01) has a contest on her hands. She’s prepared.
Heather Cox Richards writes: Today, the White House warned Americans to expect 100,000 to 240,000 deaths over the course of the pandemic; more—as many as 2.2 million-- if Americans do not strictly self-isolate. This best case scenario is close to the numbers of US Army soldiers-- 235,000—who died in battle in World War Two. Trump is trying to spin this appalling disaster as a victory. He has declared that if we are able to keep the deaths in the lower range “we all together have done a very good job.” The president and his team are eager to absolve him…
Late in March, the FDA granted the drug’s maker, Gilead, authority to control access to the drug. Gilead could increase the price significantly and reduce its availability.. Fortunately, Gilead declined the designation
The world has changed since early March. Who knows what voting in early March means in the light of the pandemic turning out world upside down.
Check out the website: https://lenspoliticalnotes.com Look at the recent Daily Bits on the website. Let them die, says Dan Patrick; Dump Trump from TV, he doesn’t matter anymore Political Note #279 Steve Bullock US Senate Montana 2020 General Election Choose the candidate. Which presidential candidate denounced a corrupt system dependent on the corrupt distribution of campaign money? How about Steve Bullock https://stevebullock.com? As Montana’s Attorney General, Steve Bullock attempted to prevent the use of Citizen’s United against Montana’s 1912 law prohibiting corporate contributions to candidates and political parties. …
Trump and his people endanger democracy. They endanger some of our freedoms. But they weren't talking about killing people. Until now. Wait. ICE may be targeting people in the camps for COVID-19.
Sima Ladjervardian's Houston has room for people whose family origins vary – not only those of her Iranian beginnings and the Latinos you would expect in Texas, but also, like the the Texas Executive Progressive Council, which she co-founded those whose background is East Asia, South Asia, the Middle East, the Pacific Islands, even Europe.
Senator Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham of New Mexico, or, just maybe, Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts
He needs to find Latinas with appropriate credentials for the role. There are two. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada and Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham of New Mexico.