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Dan Primack
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Dan Primack 5m
Podcast: Russia’s vaccine gamble
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The most Florida of men
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Naomi Mae Shavin 14h
On today's , I spoke with about Russia's announcement that it approved a COVID-19 vaccine despite barely starting Phase 3 clinical trials, the optics and ramifications of the announcement, and whether Lowe would get this vaccine:
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Jim VandeHei Aug 10
🚨 🚨 More than 100 million people viewed part or all of the “Axios on HBO” interview between and on all platforms. We offer this same interview opportunity to and hope he accepts.
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One day later, the only thing that’s changed is that school districts have one less day.
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Study: Not all face coverings are created equal.
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Dan Primack Aug 11
Replying to @benmcg9000
Yup:)
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Naomi Mae Shavin Aug 10
On today's , I spoke with about what happens next in ongoing (yep, ongoing) congressional stimulus negotiations after Trump's executive actions over the weekend and much of Congress clearing out of town.
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Dan Primack Aug 10
Only one kid pic from this account per year. E on MV.
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Dan Primack Aug 10
Replying to @douglasjmorris
Leaving schools without answers is what’s gross. They and their students don’t have the luxury of time.
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Dan Primack Aug 10
Replying to @Rich_in_NJ
I'll add: If schools knew there wasn't more $$ coming, at least they could plan with that knowledge. Right now they're in limbo.
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Dan Primack Aug 10
Replying to @Rich_in_NJ
True, but neither side is negotiating. Which means the proposal is largely useless.
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Christopher Ingraham Aug 10
So much of the political response to the virus has boiled down to "I want this thing [schools, football, a functioning economy, etc] but I am unwilling to do the work necessary to have the thing."
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Dan Primack Aug 10
Every day that Trump/Pelosi/Schumer/McConnell/McCarthy bicker about meeting/not meeting/who called who... Is another day schools need to plan without any sense of if they'll get extra funding for safety supplies, staffing, devices, etc, etc.
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Dan Primack Aug 10
Replying to @EconElan
Looks like Mayor McCheese is on top of the situation.
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Dan Primack Aug 10
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Dan Primack Aug 10
Replying to @shaig
If you get teachers who've been at private/parochial schools, or recent college grads, those numbers would go down significantly.
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Dan Primack Aug 10
Replying to @shaig
Is that presuming a state-certified teacher? Because it seems quite high.
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Dan Primack Aug 10
Replying to @machanick
What I described is a simple stroke of a presidential pen. What you're describing is a massive political battle that's been raging for years.
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Dan Primack Aug 10
Trying to imagine if DPA had been used to make/distribute low-cost laptops/devices to every American schoolkid in need, instead of pretending like they wouldn't need them.
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