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This is a very good endorsement for Mr. Joe Biden.
For the first time in Scientific American's 175-year history, the popular science magazine has made an endorsement for president, urging its readers Tuesday to vote for former Vice President Joe Biden.www.upi.com
I would hope it'd be "free" to the public, after all the deals the federal government made to pre-purchase doses for everyone in the country:
The federal government outlined a sweeping plan Wednesday to make vaccines for Covid-19 available for free to all Americans, even as polls show a strong undercurrent of skepticism rippling across the land.www.cnbc.com
This is good news to me, and hopefully it means also that the government has a good plan to get it to the most vulnerable populations before wide distribution. It'll be interesting, though, to see what develops in the likelihood that one or two vaccine candidates end up being heads and shoulders better than all the others, and if a Salk v. Sabin sort of rivalry develops, which frankly put a lot of Americans at risk while trying to eradicate polio.
The conference's presidents and chancellors met Sunday night and reversed an August decision to postpone football and other fall sports to 2021.www.yahoo.com
It is. And a first. Do you think it will help Biden in any significant manner? The magazine itself only has a circulation of about 300,000.