Harris, it seems, was able to ease some of those concerns with her public vaccination, and she also has reportedly pressed President Biden and his advisers in private to focus on how their policies will ensure less advantaged people in both urban and rural settings are protected against the virus. “The vice president pushed us hard, in a very good way,” Jeffrey Zients, Biden coronavirus response coordinator, told the Times. “She pushed me on, are we on mobile vaccination units? How many are we going to have, in what period of time? Are they going to be able to reach rural communities and urban communities? How much progress have you made?” Read more about Harris role in the Biden administration so far at The New York Times.
Is a fresh body of water, Mayberry said. Pump out about 2 million gallons (of water) a day and (the marina) is constantly being recharged. Dead fish first washed ashore in December, NDOW scientists believed only a portion of the population had died.
“The conversations we’ve had (with sponsors), they’ve all wanted to know, What are we going to do off the track to keep pushing for change?”‘ Wallace said. “They’ve all said: Oh, we’ll be on the car, that’s obvious, that’s a no brainer. But what are we going to do? They are more focused on the messaging and how we can ignite others to do better and be better.”.
“Some defense attorneys have echoed those arguments, saying that those who participated in the attack were doing so at the behest of Trump.” “But for the president, they would not have walked down Pennsylvania Avenue,” Al Watkins, defending “QAnon shaman” Jacob Chansley, told the Post. “They believed the president was going with them. Kramer, chief of the Federal Public Defender Office for Washington, said he expects numerous attorneys for Capitol rioters to argue that Trump “told them to march up Pennsylvania Avenue, and he be leading them, and he the commander in chief of the military and the nation top law enforcement officer.” You can read more about what Trump and the Capitol insurrectionists said before and during the assault, and preview likely legal arguments, at The Washington Post.
She pushes back against the language anti abortion lawmakers use, painting women who terminate pregnancies as murderers.not. There no slaughter of babies happening, she said.UPDATE: The Senate Public Health Committee limited testimony on the bill later in the afternoon because of the fear of advancing wintry weather. It was a familiar round of emotional testimony from women who regretted abortions they received and from women supporting the need for continued availability of abortion and supporting women right to make their own medical decisions..