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They also spearheaded an ultimately successful effort to remove an opposition president.
For starters, previous recall campaigns that have made the ballot have done so thanks to intense grassroots opposition to the governor, but this one may deserve a bit of an asterisk because of all the extra time it had to collect signatures.
Leading opposition figures say there was no coup attempt — and that Moïse is no longer president.
Progress happens, and alongside it, opposition grows as well.
Although no one has officially registered any opposition to a new bill introduced by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez, not everyone agrees that giving students a re-do is a good idea.
Marina Shakhov never took to the streets to voice her opposition against President Vladimir Putin until recently.
Addressing reporters after a 114-93 victory over the Denver Nuggets in Los Angeles, James cited health and schedule concerns for his opposition.
This is due largely to opposition among Democrats, who view her unfavorably by an average margin of 56 percent to 8 percent.
WHAT DO AMERICANS THINK OF MARJORIE TAYLOR GREENE? LIZ CHENEY? JOSH HAWLEY?NATHANIEL RAKICH (NATHANIEL.RAKICH@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)FEBRUARY 5, 2021FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The settlement, subject to multiple court approvals that will take several months, will end the receiver’s public opposition to Prospect’s pending sale.
Yet vocal opposition from a small but loud group of Iowans remains.

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