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I worry that the compromise is going to be this jumbled-together mess of a bill that does not make any sense.
She got a major vacation rental platform and the hotel workers union that had fought vacation rentals to come to a compromise.
For now, no compromise should be made on giving the second dose.
Pocket the television revenue, keep the game’s tradition going, and work to create a comprehensive All-Star Weekend experience while seeking compromises with upset players behind the scenes.
It feels a little bit like we’re making some compromises we wouldn’t have had to make if we’d waited.
My hope is that you and your husband, rather than telling each other what the other needs to do, will work together to sacrifice, compromise and, yes, find some joy in your family life.
Eroding trust in political institutions has increased distrust in mainstream politics, which in turn fuels conspiracy theories and encourages politicians to embrace fringe politics, which makes compromise and deescalation even less likely.
OUR RADICALIZED REPUBLICMAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)JANUARY 25, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Certainly bipartisan compromise does necessitate some acceptance of things desired by your opponents, but it also means that a line is drawn somewhere.
Absent more earnest efforts across the political spectrum to deal with these issues—and make the political compromises necessary to truly address them—these are problems that will grow worse.
The biggest lesson is that compromise is not always effective.

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