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Sen. Maggie Hassan wouldn’t answer when I asked her why she voted against an effort to raise wage to $15. “I have long been supportive of increasing the minimum wage,” she said. I asked her what was wrong with this one, and her aide interjected and said she’s late for a meeting
one odd thing about American politics is that our politicians (particularly our Democratic politicians) often cannot, or will not, truthfully explain, or convincingly justify, why they do the things they do https://t.co/68hLK8z8iL
This is false, but it is understandable if one's mental model of immunity is like a "sea wall" that gets washed over by a tsunami wave—like the Fukushima plant—and if we don't consider how *statistical power* effects trials. My lengthy post on all that: https://t.co/m2D5sInuoz https://t.co/o7TlTfjci5
Another challenge we face now is J&J. I think we should really be honest about the upsides *and* what we don't know yet. Shouldn't say they're all the same—that undermines the trust—but I feel confident saying.. absolutely take it if offered. Thread/piece. https://t.co/Vxoxs1sbXr
BREAKING: CDC Director says that they are STILL not releasing guidance on what vaccinated people can do. I understand being careful, but the longer they wait, the more people will take matters into their own hands & render eventual CDC advice irrelevant. https://t.co/35hBGojV5y
This. The more CDC waits, the less influence they have on how spring will unfold. (And messaging is like fighting exponentials: early framing/influence is crucial—can’t just pivot late and get the same bang). https://t.co/8PSjczOubz
People tend to sometimes over-attribute politicians behavior to raw political calculations and under attribute it to ideology. I think Sinema et al genuinely do not want a $15 minimum wage even if items politically desirable. They have bad and wrong views they are pursuing.
Did Sinema really have vote against a $15 minimum wage for 24 million people like this? https://t.co/Jv0UXLKLHI
Whatever one thinks about the $15 min wage being added to this bill, trying to figure out the wisdom of this from a Dem senator. https://t.co/xrXk5DgLjE
Fauci: US shouldn’t loosen coronavirus restrictions until daily new cases fall below 10,000 https://t.co/q2T32jwNed
Like, if you're a governor, it isn't helpful to hear this! 10k cases is a hard threshold to meet. Exactly HOW hard depends on a lot of unknowns. It could be in 6 weeks! It could be in 18 months! It could be no-time-in-the-foreseeable-future. https://t.co/EF9X1XBVnx
The Brooklyn Nets are believed to be leaders to sign six-time All-Star Blake Griffin, sources tell me and @JLEdwardsIII. Rival teams with interest are expecting Griffin to choose Nets as a title favorite for chance to win a championship.
Interesting new Murkowski comments to @marianne_levine on covid aid: "I can just sit back and say, 'I don’t want to have anything to do with it, it’s a bill that spends too much ... But if it’s going to pass, are there ways that that it can be shaped'?'” https://t.co/FrdU0tNpML
This is how it used to work. The Senate was a majority-rule body for most of its existence. Bills were fought tooth and nail until it became clear they could secure a majority and therefore pass. Then senators shifted into thinking about whether they wanted credit, or influence. https://t.co/ZR2FzIuFli
An under-appreciated truth about teaching any kind of fancy-schmancy software environment to students from all kinds of backgrounds is that—thanks mostly to the mobile computing revolution—you must first back up and explain the concept of a file, a file system, and all that jazz.