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Don’t you just love conspiracy theories? Especially when two groups of people have pretty much the same conspiracy theory about each other? Some folks including politicians in both the U.S. and China suggested
A Congresswoman Persuaded the CDC Head to Take Vital Action. How She Did It Is a Lesson for Every Leader
In a public exchange California representative Katie Porter (D) persuaded Centers for Disease Control director Robert Redfield to promise free coronavirus testing for all Americans. It was a breathtaking
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