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One would require “objective measures” for determining whether a jurisdiction has a pattern of discrimination requiring preemptive federal review.MANCHIN OUTLINES DEMANDS ON VOTING LEGISLATION, CREATING AN OPENING FOR POTENTIAL DEMOCRATIC COMPROMISEMIKE DEBONISJUNE 16, 2021WASHINGTON POST
By gathering preemptive insights about the receptiveness and preferences of a target audience, marketers can create campaigns that cater best to that audience.HOW BRAND LIFT STUDIES AND SURVEY ADS ARE SHAPING MARKETING CAMPAIGNSSTACKADAPTMAY 17, 2021DIGIDAY
They can prove the effectiveness of campaigns and provide preemptive insight into what a target audience wants.HOW BRAND LIFT STUDIES AND SURVEY ADS ARE SHAPING MARKETING CAMPAIGNSSTACKADAPTMAY 17, 2021DIGIDAY
More than a year into the pandemic, most of us regard Zoom encounters with preemptive dread.DATE LAB: THEY DID SHOTS WHILE TOASTING TO ‘ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES’MARIN COGANMAY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Cruz did find a safe haven on Fox News on Thursday evening, where host Sean Hannity praised the senator for coordinating preemptive efforts in the lead-up to the winter storm and later attending to his daughters on their Cancun vacation.LATE-NIGHT HOSTS, TV PUNDITS SLAM CRUZ FOR TAKING ‘THE WORLD’S SHORTEST SPRING BREAK’ TO CANCUNTEO ARMUSFEBRUARY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST