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The second element of fraud—opportunity—widens when people know they’re not being watched.

The CPRA has also widened the scope of what it defines as “sensitive personal information.”

A large segment of I-66 — both inside and outside of the Capital Beltway in Northern Virginia — is an active work zone as the state pursues road widening projects.

Thursday, the county tallied about 30,000 more votes in the race and Assemblyman Todd Gloria’s lead over Councilwoman Barbara Bry widened.

By widening the options, he could make natural and organic food available to more people.

They see the dangerous fissures that exist between the highly educated and the less so—a gap that widened during the pandemic.

Meeting the reskilling challengeAlan MurrayOctober 23, 2020Fortune

In addition, the pandemic has hampered voter education and awareness efforts that could have widened use of mail-in voting.

Pennsylvania’s New Vote-by-Mail Law Expands Access for Everyone Except the Poorby Jonathan Lai, Samantha Melamed and Michaelle Bond, The Philadelphia InquirerOctober 22, 2020ProPublica

The escalation in political vitriol only widens the gap between them.

The trade deficit with China has barely budged, and it’s widened with other countries like Vietnam as American companies responded to tariffs by moving operations elsewhere in the region.

Without action now, the widening use of ankle monitors during the pandemic risks becoming permanent.

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