As Neera Tanden, President Biden nominee to take over as the director of the Office of Management and Budget, sat Wednesday for her confirmation hearing, Sen. Graham noted that Tanden, the president of CAP, referred the committee to the reviews, some of which were far from flattering about the management at the public policy organization, even when the overall experience was considered positive (“Great experience, terrible management,” one read.) “All I can say,” Graham said after going through some of the negative comments, “is that this is not the unifying pick that I was looking for in this position.” CONFIRMATION HEARING: Sen. Lindsey Graham reads negative Glassdoor reviews of Center for American Progress under Neera Tanden after she referred committee to them: “‘1 out of 5 stars.
So, in collaboration with the NFL Players Association, the CDC and other health experts and advisers, the NFL developed a plan to move forward. It included mitigation and surveillance measures in facilities and during travel and games. Those measures included mask wearing; testing on a regular basis and genetic fingerprinting of the virus for positive cases; physical distancing; proximity tracking devices that captured information about who spent how much time with whom; contact tracing; hand washing; and facility disinfection and the rescheduling of games as well as education of staff, players and their families.
Indeed, now is a period of intense but quiet jockeying, as Biden, Clinton, and others make political chess moves as they scout out the field of competitors. Every movement, every word, is parsed. Will she or won’t she? Will he or won’t he? And if both Clinton and Biden run, will Obama make an outright endorsement, or will he remain on the sidelines as his vice president and former secretary of state fight it out in bitter primaries?A Clinton Biden contest would set up a tectonic battle rivaling the 2008 presidential race, with two Democratic heavyweights vying for the reins of their party.
In 1987, at age 16, she knocked on the door of Kay Ullrich, a family neighbor in Dreghorn and an SNP candidate who would later become a lawmaker. It was a time when many local families had lost their jobs after factories closed. Sturgeon wanted to help campaign for the Scottish National Party (SNP), which argued that Scotland would be better off socially and economically if it unhitched from the rest of the UK.
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