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Broadside writer Kristine Gill talks to employees with disabilities about how working from home has leveled the playing field yet exacerbated certain challenges.
“Public banks are uniquely able to address the economic inequality and structural racism exacerbated by the banking industry’s discriminatory policies and predatory practices,” Ocasio-Cortez said in a statement.
Those sentiments have been exacerbated this year with the global pandemic and the racial justice protests, young voters said.
For weeks this spring, workers across the country waited to receive benefits, a problem that was exacerbated by the confusion states had in setting up the new PUA program.
Additional delays, they said, “will only exacerbate the burdens” that those along the alignment have faced since construction started in 2017.
Tan says he hopes the app can help bridge Southeast Asia’s “income divide,” which has been exacerbated and exposed by the pandemic.
So given that The 74 has paid a significant amount of attention to student achievement gaps and how they differ among socio-economic groups, the pandemic has just exacerbated those problems.
That problem, from a conservative point of view, might be exacerbated by another part of conservative constitutional doctrine.
The anxiety of the election has been exacerbated by the pandemic, which has prompted new protocols that keep voters socially distant and also slow down the voting process.
Additional evidence showed how it can damage children’s lungs and exacerbate asthma.


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