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An EUA signals the FDA has actually vetted a test to some extent.

We’ll have to wait and see how well Amazon’s service actually performs via the browser.

Though approval doesn’t necessarily mean the plants will actually be built or become operational.

Still, I had never heard a mayor or city official state openly that aldermen weren’t actually legislators — that is, not until this month.

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Although Roe v Wade, which protected, within limits, a woman’s right to terminate a pregnancy, is the case most often considered as under threat from a court with a legal conservative majority, the threat is actually broader.

The complexity of the Medicaid payment arrangement left his head spinning a sign that few there actually grasped what the authority was doing.

“We’re showing that you can actually reimagine a food system that’s not built on the foundation of single-use plastic,” Rogers says.

Words often fail as those words just failed — to communicate what these fires are actually like up close.

What the Photos of Wildfires and Smoke Don’t Show Youby Elizabeth Weil and Lisa Larson-WalkerSeptember 21, 2020ProPublica

The fact that plant medicine is not the norm in the United States is more a reflection of regulatory politics than whether or not plants actually work to help people live healthier lives.


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