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A network of public relations experts has spent years spreading a simple message: climate change is real, caused by humans and needs to be addressed. Their tactics are similar to those Big Oil companies use — only employed on the other side of the debate.

One of the things to remember about the Omicron variant (and others like it): Democrats have slashed funding to prepare for the next pandemic – to a fraction of what experts have called for Congress doesn't seem to be taking this seriously. Again.

COVID-19 hospitalizations in Texas are lower than they have been in months, but experts say there’s still reason to be wary - San Antonio Express-News

Join our auto experts on December 1, as they discuss a hydrogen-fueled future. Hydrogen-powered vehicles are seeing renewed interest and investment, but how close are we to dependable infrastructure? — via @drivingdotca 

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Join our auto experts on December 1, as they discuss a hydrogen-fueled future. Hydrogen-powered vehicles are seeing renewed interest and investment, but how close are we to dependable infrastructure? — via @drivingdotca 

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Join our auto experts on December 1, as they discuss a hydrogen-fueled future. Hydrogen-powered vehicles are seeing renewed interest and investment, but how close are we to dependable infrastructure? — via @drivingdotca 

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Join our auto experts on December 1, as they discuss a hydrogen-fueled future. Hydrogen-powered vehicles are seeing renewed interest and investment, but how close are we to dependable infrastructure? — via @drivingdotca 

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Join our auto experts on December 1, as they discuss a hydrogen-fueled future. Hydrogen-powered vehicles are seeing renewed interest and investment, but how close are we to dependable infrastructure? — via @drivingdotca 

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Join our auto experts on December 1, as they discuss a hydrogen-fueled future. Hydrogen-powered vehicles are seeing renewed interest and investment, but how close are we to dependable infrastructure? — via @drivingdotca 

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Join our auto experts on December 1, as they discuss a hydrogen-fueled future. Hydrogen-powered vehicles are seeing renewed interest and investment, but how close are we to dependable infrastructure? — via @drivingdotca 

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‘This is a miscarriage of justice’ — Rodney Reed was convicted and sentenced to death for murder by an all-white jury despite having a solid alibi. With just weeks left until his execution date, experts and witnesses still believe he’s innocent

President Obama set up anti-pandemic programs in 47 vulnerable countries, as a way to protect against something just like Coronavirus breaking out across the world. Experts begged Trump to keep them open. He closed 37 of them.

Stay at home as much as possible. Listen to the experts, ignore the morons (foreheads). We will get through this together.

Protect yourself and your community from coronavirus with common sense precautions: wash your hands, stay home when sick and listen to the @CDCgov  and local health authorities. Save the masks for health care workers. Let’s stay calm, listen to the experts, and follow the science.

It might be Labor Day weekend, but let’s all remember that we're still in the middle of a pandemic. Wear a mask, practice social distancing, and follow the experts. It’ll save lives.

This holiday weekend, let’s be safe and smart. It’s going to take all of us to beat this virus. So wear a mask. Wash your hands. And listen to the experts, not the folks trying to divide us. That's the only way we’ll do this—together.

Here’s a useful summary of the current best thinking among public health experts on how we need to approach the fight against COVID-19 in the coming weeks.

Some good news: states that started social distancing early and aggressively, like California, have avoided overwhelmed health care systems. It’s critical that we continue to listen to the evidence and experts and practice social distancing.

A month ago, Trump said: “It’s going to disappear. One day, it’s like a miracle, it will disappear.” Yesterday, he said: “I don’t believe you need 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators.” What will it take to get @realDonaldTrump  to listen to experts instead of his own hunches?

South Korea and the US had their first reported case on the same day. Today, South Korea has reduced daily cases by 90%. In the US, 70,000 Americans have died and unemployment has hit 14.7%. The difference: competent government that heeds experts. Vote for that in November.

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