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  • Happily, we do have another way: Mitigate the tax and regulatory uncertainties that burden the private economy, and give it the chance to recover naturally, as it has after every past recession.

    Here and There (After a Long Repose)

  • Happily, we do have another way: Mitigate the tax and regulatory uncertainties that burden the private economy, and give it the chance to recover naturally, as it has after every past recession.

    Immigration

  • Happily, we do have another way: Mitigate the tax and regulatory uncertainties that burden the private economy, and give it the chance to recover naturally, as it has after every past recession.

    Current Affairs

  • Mitigate the role of China's centralized approval authority which forces foreign companies to go to the authority for just about anything they do in China, including notably foreign imports into China.

    Leo Hindery, Jr.: China's Latest Power Plays -- More Unfair Trade, Now Grave Threats to Our Security

  • Happily, we do have another way: Mitigate the tax and regulatory uncertainties that burden the private economy, and give it the chance to recover naturally, as it has after every past recession.

    Obama Nation

  • Happily, we do have another way: Mitigate the tax and regulatory uncertainties that burden the private economy, and give it the chance to recover naturally, as it has after every past recession.

    Stromata Blog

  • Happily, we do have another way: Mitigate the tax and regulatory uncertainties that burden the private economy, and give it the chance to recover naturally, as it has after every past recession.

    Law

  • Happily, we do have another way: Mitigate the tax and regulatory uncertainties that burden the private economy, and give it the chance to recover naturally, as it has after every past recession.

    War on Terror

  • Happily, we do have another way: Mitigate the tax and regulatory uncertainties that burden the private economy, and give it the chance to recover naturally, as it has after every past recession.

    Stromata Blog:

  • Mitigate bycatch or accidental netting of other species through the development of cleaner fishing methods and gear technologies.

    Greenpeace Vs. the Tuna Sandwich

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