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The narrative that sows doubt in the election results is very destructive to our democracy as a whole. It undermines the democratic institution of voting.

Marian Schneider, president of the election security nonprofit Verified Voting, regarding the false narrative that mail-in ballots are dangerous and at risk for fraud. ( — June 3, k彩平台)

June 3, k彩平台
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If what this does is drive distrust … then that’s a victory. If it makes it harder to tell what’s true and what isn’t … then that’s working.

Alex Engler, a Brookings Institution scholar, commenting on misinformation campaigns that have been used to instill confusion and distrust during a time of national pandemic and protest. ( — June 1, k彩平台)

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Crime doesn’t stop in a pandemic.

Circuit Judge Cheryl Albrecht, chief criminal judge for Multnomah County, Ore., regarding the ever-growing list of pending court cases. ( — May 29, k彩平台)

June 1, k彩平台
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There’s nothing I’d rather do than get rid of my whole Twitter account.

President Trump explaining that he'd get rid of his social media account if he didn't find it necessary to push back against "fake news." ( — May 28, k彩平台)

May 29, k彩平台
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We’re trying to figure out the best way to message to the public that just because you have COVID-19 concerns doesn’t mean that storm surge won’t be just as dangerous this year.

Mike Steele, communications director for the Louisiana Governor’s Office of k彩平台land Security and Emergency preparedness, speaking about the increased difficulty in disaster preparedness during the coronavirus pandemic. ( —  May 28, k彩平台)

May 28, k彩平台
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The virus isn’t going after black people. It’s because of structural inequities that have led to poor health and greater exposure to the virus.

Dr. Lisa Cooper, a professor of medicine and public health at Johns Hopkins University, commenting on the findings that African Americans have a much greater risk of dying from COVID-19 than whites do. ( — May 27, k彩平台)

May 27, k彩平台
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For good or bad, this EV thematic is driven by regulations and government incentives, rather than economics.

Paul Graves, chief executive of Livent Corp., a lithium producing company, speaking about the development and adaptation of electric vehicles globally. While the pandemic has slowed the implementation in the United States, many are still expecting the technology to become the most-popular vehicle option. ( — May 26, k彩平台)

May 26, k彩平台
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If you’ve got a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or for Trump, then you ain’t black.

Former Vice President Joe Biden commenting during a radio interview with Charlamagne Tha God, which covered topics of Biden’s support among black voters and his potential running mate. Biden later apologized for the statement. ( — May 22, k彩平台)

May 22, k彩平台
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Congress is rightfully and must be focused on the human impact of COVID-19, and I think that must be on the top of their mind, but the second should be realizing the human benefits that autonomous vehicles can bring.

Greg Rogers, director of Government Affairs and Mobility Innovation at Securing America’s Future Energy, explaining the importance of autonomous vehicle policy in a time when social distancing has emphasized the need for human-free transportation and delivery. ( — May 20, k彩平台)

May 21, k彩平台
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When I started this I said to the team that I need you to make something that tracks contacts and enables us to keep a lid on the virus, but protects people’s privacy and data in an ironclad way, so that’s what this is designed to do.

Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo discussing the new app “Crush COVID RI” that is designed to help state officials track and stop the spread of the coronavirus. ( — May 19, k彩平台)

May 20, k彩平台
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Over the past several weeks, we’ve learned a lot about what it takes for people to effectively perform roles outside of an office, and we will continue to learn as we go.

Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey commenting on the decision to allow Square employees to work from k彩平台 permanently, even after offices reopen after the coronavirus pandemic. Dorsey has already stated that Twitter employees will be able to work from k彩平台 — May 18, k彩平台)

May 19, k彩平台
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