As COVID persists, so does our commitment to provide the resources that communities and families need to ensure that children can be in school safely. That includes COVID relief in all 50 states to #GetCovered before Jan. 15 for as little as $0/ month at healthcare.gov.

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Madam Speaker always fighting for the health care... An amazing leader 馃憫馃挋
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Sadly #SCOTUS made it clear today that we are all free to be exposed to a deadly virus.
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Thank you Speaker Pelosi!
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Coverage for covid costs should be limited to those that take the precaution of getting vaccinated. You get discounts for seat belts, having fire alarms, flood insurance. Why reward those that don鈥檛 follow the rules for societies protection?
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I appreciate everything the Biden administration is trying to do for the selfish & reckless Americans. But its like pouring water in a drying well. Until we are all vaccinated and boosted up we will keep spinning our wheels and going nowhere. 馃う馃徑鈥嶁檧锔 #GetVaccinatedAndBoosted
The CIA says Havana syndrome is not caused by a hostile power. "I'm perplexed by it, and I'm demanding answers...everything that lead up to this point...makes it very clear that there was a different train of thought about what these attacks were," @SenatorMenendez responds.
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Unfortunately, a lot of people don鈥檛 care about safety when it hinders their opportunity to participate in things such as umm..MS performances of 鈥楩rozen鈥.
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3. Hypotheses 1: This is the #UrgencyOfNormal crowd. Wealthy suburbs with high vaccination and booster rates are dropping pandemic precautions at a faster rate. This is certainly happening anecdotally 猬囷笍
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