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Four residents had died, the county mayor called the home’s response inadequate, families complained about a lack of information, and the state and county stepped in, helping to coordinate the evacuation of patients to the hospital.
She listened as they complained that masks didn’t work or the death rate was exaggerated.
“That could definitely impact my ability to get reelected,” he complained in complete seriousness about the tweet.
It also claims that Doe faced retaliation after he complained about facing a hostile work environment.
Small-business owners will complain these increases could put them out of business just as they are trying to recover.
One complained that the company had “tripped themselves up again.”
You can now complain to the board about Facebook taking down your posts.
Publishers have been complaining since the summer that the new dynamic has made it much harder to win new business, as brands and agencies concentrate on working with folks that they know — which tend to be the bigger players.
Although rivals have complained about Google’s dominance in a variety of markets, Tuesday’s lawsuit filed was narrowly focused on search services and search ads.
Republicans accuse Twitter and Facebook of unfairly censoring conservative views while Democrats complain that they fail to control misinformation and hate speech.

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