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It is helpful to have direct moderation, as other forum sites like Reddit have shown, but it’s often not enough.

Those who aren’t in the direct path of the flames are breathing some of the unhealthiest air in the world.

I realized that what I didn’t enjoy doing was drawing up projects, starting the project, and overseeing them rather than having a direct influence.

You wrote some pretty direct Facebook posts through the Illinois National Guard page to address those.

Some apps support more direct commands, saving you a lot of time tapping and scrolling.

These are open meetings to discuss lessening violence within and directed toward LGBTQ communities.

Calendar: Sept. 18-24Steph PurifoySeptember 16, 2020Washington Blade

These funds, unlike the FEMA disaster aid, weren’t designated for direct aid to Americans.

Prior to the pandemic and the stay-at-home orders, major marketers like Procter & Gamble and Anheuser-Busch were acquiring direct-to-consumer brands known for their expertise in e-commerce as well as performance marketing.

None of his direct reports are seen as having Srouji’s clout to run such a demanding division.

A few days later, Congress enacted tax cuts as part of the CARES Act that will bring tens of millions in direct aid to the company this year.

The Big Corporate Rescue and the America That’s Too Small to Saveby Lydia DePillis, Justin Elliott and Paul KielSeptember 12, 2020ProPublica


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