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Government policy has failed to narrow the rich-and-poor gap that widened following the virus outbreak.
Conservatives have said they’re not necessarily opposed to transit but want the agency to meet its prior commitments to voters by continuing to widen freeways.
We persist even though the pay gap actually widens for women at higher education levels.
She saw the widening hole in the ozone layer, and other environmental problems.
First, it was only a 5- or 6-percentage-point gap, but since the middle of June, that margin has widened to anywhere from 8 to 9 points, according to FiveThirtyEight’s national polling average.
VOTERS ARE STARTING TO DOUBT TRUMP’S REELECTION CHANCESGEOFFREY SKELLEY (GEOFFREY.SKELLEY@ABC.COM)JULY 28, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Teleworking is widening income inequality all over the world, according to a new study from the International Monetary Fund.
The gap on this metric has widened between the two in the past month, too.
Instead, when they widened the distance between the anchors the immune response actually went up.
With rapid technological progress running headlong into dramatic climate change and widening inequality, most experts agree the coming decade will be tumultuous.
Their new finding could widen the range of worlds on which astronomers might seek evidence of alien life.

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