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I would say that changing Section 230 would actually make those problems even worse, because you’re going to start to provide incentives for platforms to moderate less.
Though we seemed to crest this wave a few weeks ago, epidemiologists are concerned that the upcoming holiday season and the travel and small gatherings that accompany it, could make the surge even worse.
The pandemic has ravaged the local economy and could make the situation even worse.
If it spreads here, it will make an already-bad situation even worse.
Meanwhile, climate change is making existing deficiencies worse.
In its securities filing, the company said it expected to fare worse in its fourth quarter than it did in the summer.
I don’t even have the Vikings on my “worse expected future than the Jets” list.
ARE THE JETS TANKING, OR ARE THEY JUST THIS BAD?SARA ZIEGLER (SARA.ZIEGLER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)DECEMBER 7, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
In fact, some experts say the PLRA may have actually made grievance systems worse.
For Cincinnati, the loss of Burrow hurt far worse than that of the game.
Smaller banks and similar businesses are just as vulnerable and may feel the financial sting even worse if litigation ensures.

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