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In recent weeks, mortgage rates ticked upward, reacting to fiscal stimulus bill progress and signs of moderate improvement in the economy.
The greater use of subsidies, however, is a strategy that has consensus support among House and Senate Democrats, from liberals to moderates, though it is opposed by most Republicans.
They could moderate everything, or they could moderate nothing, and they still won’t be liable.
How Nextdoor moderates its content also makes things murkier.
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In November of that year, Voytek moderated a standing-room-only talk at the Society for Neuroscience conference on how to use it.
It is more likely that Google will need to demonstrate efforts to moderate content at scale, and have a mechanism by which content flagged by users or other parties.
Lee wrote last summer that there were already very few moderate GOP members left, and with high-profile retirements of GOP moderates like Pat Toomey and Rob Portman in the Senate, it does seem as if that wing of the party is shrinking.
Parler, the tech giants argued, has not done enough to moderate or police content posted there, and was thus in violation of their various terms of service.
That’s the demand that government step in and restrict the freedom of private corporations to moderate the platforms they built.
The recent pandemic relief bill was a gift, albeit an imperfect one, from moderates in both parties.

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