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What Texas Dems walkout could mean for Biden

Texans are often accused of an over-inflated sense of self, and they rarely make nuanced political gestures. The standoff over voting rights in Texas may end up offering proof the state can influence policies beyond its own borders. The latest tactic by Democrats in the Texas House of Representatives to protect the voting rights of their constituents by leaving the state to stop restrictive legislation will either be a catalyst for an historic national law or set up a devastating defeat for supporters of expanded voting rights.

[ cnn.com ]

Teen Vogue EIC's apology to Asians isn't enough

I know I'm not alone when I say, I've been subjected to various iterations of these hateful words for as long as I can remember: "now Googling how to not wake up with swollen, Asian eyes" and "Outdone by Asian #whatsnew." The problem is that many of us, Asians in America, have too often walked away from these racist encounters rather than speaking up and out about it. Admittedly, I adapted to a learned helplessness, redirecting my anger to proving my worth as an American, to prove that I belong, despite the way that I look. I unfairly placed that burden of proof on me. It's more than overdue now that we loudly condemn these kinds of injustices until our fellow Americans understand our pain and take action.

[ cnn.com ]

The case for issuing Covid-19 vaccine passports

There was a time when international travelers had to carry a small yellow booklet called an "International Vaccination Certificate." I still have mine, with stamps inside indicating I'd been vaccinated against typhoid, cholera, yellow fever, smallpox, even bubonic plague. Waves of pandemics involving many of these diseases were the reason for launching this requisite counterpoint to the omnipresent passport. But in 1980 the World Health Assembly declared that the world was free of smallpox and -- other than in a few countries still requiring proof of yellow fever immunization -- the need for vaccination certificates has largely faded as well.

[ cnn.com ]
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