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It did so because, from the beginning, its targets were not only Obama, whom it saw as an illegitimate president, but because it regarded as a quisling any Republican whose opposition to Obama was not strong, outraged or effective enough.
During a public hearing last month, the Oahu Surfrider Foundation and Sierra Club testified in opposition to the renovations, as did neighbors concerned about the potential impact of the project on the beach fronting their properties.
This opposition became so pronounced in the summer that online shops sold fake “mask exemption” cards, labeled with stolen Justice Department imagery, by the hundreds.
Talks are now set to start Monday afternoon, and opposition parties have already said they’re unlikely to give their support.
In Assembly District 77, Republican June Cutter Yang, an employment attorney, made her opposition to AB 5 central to her campaign.
Those two had a bitter fight to become the top Republican vote-getter to advance to the runoff, as Warnock faced only nominal opposition from a few underfunded Democrats.
The Republican from the coal-mining state of Kentucky has a long history of opposition to federal action on climate.
AS U.S. LEAVES PARIS ACCORD, CLIMATE POLICY HANGS ON ELECTION OUTCOMEBRADY DENNIS, JULIET EILPERIN, DINO GRANDONINOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In each, the opposition has accused the ruling administration of trying to manipulate the electoral process.
The opposition has accused the ruling administration of trying to manipulate the electoral process.
In contrast, the opposition, led by labor unions, raised just short of $20 million.

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