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About a month ago, we laid out five ways that Republicans are making it harder to vote and more generally undermining the electoral process in 2020.
THE LATEST ON REPUBLICAN EFFORTS TO MAKE IT HARDER TO VOTEPERRY BACON JR. (PERRY.BACON@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)SEPTEMBER 9, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
If we don’t, we run the risk of undermining public health in the US — and even more specifically undermining the entire vaccination program.
Suggesting that one party is better than the other to our allies runs the risk of undermining our national position and credibility when the other party takes power.
Cowan said they believe the initial changes aimed to undermine mail delivery and now workers fear more changes will be made to slow the Postal Service — and nobody will find out until it is too late.
“You can’t just chase dollars, otherwise we’d be undermining the authority” that GQ has when it comes to quality product recommendations, said Welch.
Desmond’s podcast guests and commentary have put him at odds with some health experts and fellow Supervisor Nathan Fletcher, who has argued that Desmond is spreading false information that undermines the county’s coronavirus response.
It’s a move critics say is restricting local press freedom while also limiting the influence of international media and ultimately undermining democracy.
He is using one order delaying payroll taxes in his ongoing effort to undermine Social Security and Medicare.
TRUMP’S EXECUTIVE ORDER SCAMPETER ROSENSTEINAUGUST 12, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
Hong Kong’s relationship with the world has been completely altered by China after it imposed a new national security law on June 30, undermining Asia’s top financial center.
Promising models, including the one in Newark, are frequently the target of lawsuits and harassment by police unions, who say that such boards undermine the police department’s internal disciplinary procedures.

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