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#1 Serraph105
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The $500 billion towards climate change is the most important aspect of this bill as far as I'm concerned. We need to shift towards alternative fuels and electric vehicles as quickly as possible and there's only one party interested in helping with this necessary effort.

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#2 Serraph105
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This is great. Now we need the Senate to pass it and we will be doing something worthwhile to combat climate change for just about the first time ever.

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#3 Serraph105
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To my knowledge I never had it. I'm currently vaxed, and I'll be getting the booster in a couple of months so I doubt covid will be a real problem for me, even if I do get it.

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#4 Serraph105
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@silentchief: If it were the Biden administration doing this then I would agree, but it's not so I don't see why you are bringing this up at all.

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#5 Serraph105
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@silentchief: should people just accept that prominent people in the White House commit crimes and do nothing about because those crimes happened a couple of years ago, in your opinion?

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#6 Serraph105
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@Maxpowers_32: Based on the article, which you don't actually seem to give a shit about, it seems like this is an acknowledgment that standardized testing isn't really helping people to learn and doesn't properly evaluate knowledge of students. The idea seems to be to let teachers decide if kids truly understand the material.

It could be good or it could be bad, but it doesn't seem to be some massive reduction of standards. Instead it seems like saying that the current standards are a poor way of evaluating students.

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#7 Serraph105
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It's so weird that the blatant crime president guy also employed so many blatant criminals doing their own crimes.

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@horgen: yeah, I totally agree. I don't know what I can really do about that, but I agree.

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#9 Serraph105
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@mattbbpl: if there is, I don't see it.

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#10 Serraph105
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@horgen: the insurrectionists have actually faced some legal consequences. The guy who helped incite it though is still the frontrunner for the 2024 republican nomination for president.