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There’s pain across the board, but women are definitely bearing the brunt.
We are counting on this vaccine to get us out of the pandemic, and we’re going to be left with populations where they will continue to be exposed and bearing the brunt of this if we don’t get the vaccines to those high-risk areas.
That pain has been most concentrated in service sectors — restaurants, bars, hotels — that have borne the brunt of the pandemic.
Women and girls have borne the brunt of the pandemic, but they have also led the fight against it.
Many of those communities are in Oregon counties already bearing the brunt of timber tax cuts, which cost the state nearly $3 billion in revenue that would have been largely used to fund schools and local governments.
TIMBER TAX CUTS COST OREGON TOWNS BILLIONS. THEN POLLUTED WATER DROVE UP THE PRICE.BY TONY SCHICK, OREGON PUBLIC BROADCASTING, AND ROB DAVIS, THE OREGONIAN/OREGONLIVEJANUARY 1, 2021PROPUBLICA
The increases are made possible by a state economy that is doing better than expected, with large employers boosting tax revenue even as small employers bear the brunt of the pandemic-related shutdown.
We’re bearing the brunt of those things being implemented poorly.
Many of them said that as the Democratic Party expands its reach in places that have long been represented by Republicans, they’re bearing the brunt of the backlash to those changes.
These versions can bear the brunt of rainy Portland weather, bringing a little bit of sunshine as they do.
This is especially true among minority patients who are bearing the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic.

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