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Fixing systemic inequities in voting power should be a high priority for Democrats.
AMERICA NEEDS A DEMOCRATIC REVOLUTIONMATTHEW YGLESIASSEPTEMBER 17, 2020VOX
The National Academy of Medicine is working on priorities for the first phase.
That process—dating back to the earliest days of the company—stands today as a very top priority.
For years, San Diego’s biggest priority when it comes to water has been securing its own drought-proof source of it.
Another senator backed up the idea that Atkins didn’t ask other lawmakers to make her bill a priority.
Saavedra refers to the volume of schoolwork and college applications that are her priority in her senior year.
WORKING AS TEENS? NOT GEN ZPALLABI MUNSISEPTEMBER 7, 2020OZY
Henry Schuck, 37, cofounder and CEO of ZoomInfoSpend time outlining what’s important to you over the next three, six, and 12 months, and then regularly check to make sure you’re spending your time on those priorities.
Corporate cost cuts amid shifting commercial priorities are making advertisers think long and hard about how much they spend on marketing — and therefore their agencies — coming out of the pandemic.
The first group is a higher testing priority, because there’s a far greater chance that they have been infected and can be spreading the virus.
Should the test prove successful, the brand will be given the resources to grow by Ocean Spray and be a priority.

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