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Republican Governor Doug Ducey explains how Arizona is handling anti-racism protests and the Covid-19 pandemic.
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A Republican mayor from “tornado alley” elaborates on the steps he took to get ahead of another disaster, Covid-19.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf reflects on the values driving the hard-hitting decisions she’s facing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
How is society reacting to the Covid-19 pandemic? What does the crisis mean for our collective future?
New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell weighs in on what's at stake as her city's economy re-opens.
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Ronald Klain was White House Ebola Response Coordinator from 2014 to 2015. This post has been updated and adopted from the author’s piece, Confronting the Pandemic Threat, published in Democracy Journal (No. 40, Spring 2016).
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