President / Childcare

@elerianm  does not think President Biden's infrastructure bill is excessive. "Childcare helps a great deal so yes I do view that as infrastructure," he says about efforts to get women back into the labor market.

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Happy Mother’s Day, make it a big splash! #GiddyUp  appreciate all of you Mothers

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“It’s going to be hard to adapt but the caution is definitely needed.” American Olympic medalist Justin Gatlin and about 1,600 athletes, organizers and media got an early look Sunday at what the games will be like when they kick off on July 23

AFT president 'very bullish' on Biden Admin's school reopening efforts by @ReggieWade 

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India continues to reel, while the U.S. supports lifting vaccine IP. Here's what happened with Covid this week

Here's the man who financed Chinese research into bat coronavirus genetic engineering. He also holds a patent on inputs to the Moderna vaccine. His name is Anthony Fauci, the biggest liar in government. Are you still listening to him?

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$NATR - Nature's Sunshine Products, Inc. (NATR) CEO Terrence Moorehead on Q1 2021 Results - Earnings Call Transcript. #markets  #trading  #stockmarket 

WATCH: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's remarks at the start of the special Cabinet meeting today, at Jerusalem city hall, to mark Jerusalem Day. Full remarks >>

The EU hasn’t renewed its order for the AstraZeneca vaccine beyond June, as the bloc bolsters its inoculation campaign with a Pfizer-BioNTech contract for up to 1.8 billion doses through 2023

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"My husband signed a car loan for a friend — against my wishes. Now we get notices for unpaid tolls and parking tickets. What happens if there’s an accident?" The Moneyist replies:

What's new in #LungCancer  research? Read updates on NSCLC diagnosis, treatment, and case studies here: #sundaymotivation  #MedTwitter  #cancer 

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