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We were lucky that way, able to work from home and avoiding the fate of thousands of Americans who lost their livelihoods during the pandemic.

As fate would have it, and luck, and hard work, all together, and probably in that order, I’ve had these remarkable professional opportunities, and gotten to do things I never even dreamt that I could.

As a result, the fate of the ACA is more uncertain than it seemed just a few months ago.

What Happens If the Supreme Court Overturns Obamacare?Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux (Amelia.Thomson-DeVeaux@abc.com)November 10, 2020FiveThirtyEight

Lawmakers had resolved the impasse by putting off action until the fate of the constitutional amendment could be decided on Election Day.

Dan and I talk cookie polls, Prop 22, and the uncertain fate of SF’s Japantown with Luke Tsai and LA’s downtown restaurant scene with Mona Holmes.

The Delivery Apps PrevailedAmanda KludtNovember 9, 2020Eater

For Catholics, baptism is connected with huge concepts, including original sin and the fate of the soul.

A runoff may also determine the fate of the second Senate race.

When conditions are just right, wood can stay undeterred, escaping the usual fate of being eaten by hungry sea creatures or bacteria.

While political leaders and policy experts will watch the election through the prism of their strategic interests, most of the world will watch with a more nebulous sense that the fate of the world is somehow at stake.

Proposition 115 may meet a similar fate, as the latest poll shows it losing 51 percent to 42 percent.

The 21 Ballot Measures We’re Watching This ElectionNathaniel Rakich (nathaniel.rakich@fivethirtyeight.com)October 31, 2020FiveThirtyEight

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