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Underwood has been thinking about a career in politics for a long time,C. and then a senior health adviser to Obama “She was poised and mature and very interested in what people had to say” Hughes says “She was functioning more at the level of a junior staffer than an intern” Four years later Hughes had joined the Obama administration as counselor for science and public health to HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius Then someone told Hughes Sebelius had hired Underwood to be her executive assistant a career position “Everyone thought I had pulled some strings” Hughes says “But Lauren had won the job totally on merit” Underwood had just finished a joint master’s program in nursing and public health from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore Maryland and her role was to manage the flow of paper across the secretary’s desk “It was my dream job” she says “I was 23 and I got to play a critical role in transforming the country’s health care system and providing 23 million Americans with health insurance for the first time It was incredible” Midterm reality check Seventeen candidates with scientific training will be on the 6 November ballot in hopes of winning a seat in the US House of Representatives Here’s a demographic profile of the group PhD JD MD DMD Master’s Bachelor’s By gender Endorsed by 314 Action Chances of winning Favored Long odds Toss-up Competitive Backed by 314 Action Not backed by 314 Action Male Female on 6 November which helps scientists running for office (GRAPHIC) N DESAI/SCIENCE; (DATA) CAMPAIGN WEBSITES/314 ACTION/COOK POLITICAL REPORT Even so Underwood was already thinking about her next career move She felt that professional development within the federal government focused too much on “depth not breadth” And she craved the latter “I was interested in growing” she says “So I started enrolling in these women’s leadership development programs And some of them began to include an aspect relating to running for office” Lurie remembers Underwood “going off to boot camp on the weekends to learn how to become a candidate” It was part of a staggering list of community activities that included being an adjunct nursing instructor and starting a foundation that could offer college scholarships to needy students in the inner-city Girl Scout troop she led A turning point The November 2016 presidential election marked another turning point for Underwood “I could have gone back into government” she says “But when the [Donald] Trump administration came in it was clear that they wanted to take away health care for the American people And that’s not why I became a nurse I knew I couldn’t stay in government while they tried to do that” She returned to Naperville and joined a company that provided managed care to Medicaid beneficiaries in Cook County Before deciding to run she spent her weekends huddling with friends and “figuring out what we needed to do and who could help us” She declared in August 2017 and over the next 6 months she put together a grassroots campaign that helped her win 57% of the vote against six other Democrats in the state’s March primary Running in a district adjacent to two US Department of Energy labs—Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and Argonne National Laboratory—Underwood says she wasn’t surprised that her opponents included two engineers That abundance of technically trained candidates caused 314 Action a Philadelphia Pennsylvania–based organization created in 2016 to help scientists and science technology engineering and math professionals run for office to stay neutral in the primary although it later endorsed Underwood “It’s great that [314 Action is] now on board” she says “But they were not a ground-level validating organization for us It’s the early money that is most helpful in a campaign And I had already won my primary by the time [314 Action] got involved” High-contrast race Although voters will be asked to choose between Underwood and Hultgren the candidates’ starkly differing political philosophies have led some analysts to see this race as a test of the national mood as well “I’m progressive because I support the idea that all Americans should have affordable health care services” Underwood told the Chicago Tribune which interviewed both candidates “I’m progressive because I recognize that climate change is real and that we need to have solutions that would stem the impact of climate change And I’m progressive because I believe that all Americans should be paid a fair wage for their work” In contrast Hultgren who the Tribune labeled “a solid conservative” when it endorsed him regularly touts his agreement with Trump on tax cuts repealing the ACA and pulling out of the Paris climate agreement He holds a classic small-government philosophy: “The most important thing is providing opportunities” he told the paper “It’s not government leveling everybody else off [and saying] that no matter how hard you work everybody gets a C in the class” Despite his fiscal conservatism Hultgren has been named “a champion of science” by research advocacy groups because of his vocal support for increased federal funding of basic energy research And although both candidates support greater investments in clean energy technologies they disagree sharply on the government’s role in regulating the environmental impact of those technologies To take just one example Hultgren says the Clean Power Plan proposed by the Obama administration is unconstitutional and he backs Trump’s attempt to repeal it Underwood calls the plan now in limbo an essential step in reducing the country’s greenhouse gas emissions Making connections Underwood has raised enough money—including more than $2 million in the latest quarter—to blunt the financial advantage normally enjoyed by an incumbent But she also knows the money simply affords her a chance to reach voters Convincing them to support her will require making a connection That’s a skill she’s already learned she asserts “In nursing you have maybe 5 minutes to establish trust so that the patient and their family can understand the recommendations and will trust the advice and the treatment plan” she explains “It’s the same thing on the campaign trail I’m meeting people every day who are vulnerable and they tell me some of their most personal experiences And when they say they need help you need to be able to fill that need” Political analysts think her approach is working Underwood has raised more than $3 million nearly double Hultgren’s total and one tip sheet recently moved her race from “leans Republican” to “toss-up” If Underwood helps Democrats recapture the House her victory will be hailed as evidence that young progressive female candidates played a key role in that blue wave The location of the new fossils shows that crocodilians would have had to cross a waterway, felt less need to diet all the time – making them much happier in their relationship.
The price hikes have come to be expected, has responded to criticism of a “Trumpism & U. Eaton has championed the fight against the spread of opioid abuse since the death of her daughter by a heroin overdose in 2007.m.) – A JetBlue Airways Corp passenger jet landed in Santa Clara Cuba on Wednesday becoming the first scheduled passenger flight from the United States in more than a half century The first of several US carriers to begin serving Cuba in the coming months JetBlue Airways Corp took off from Fort Lauderdale Florida en route to Santa Clara a central city known for its monument to revolutionary leader Ernesto “Che” Guevara US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx JetBlue Chief Executive Officer Robin Hayes other officials and journalists were aboard the 150-seat Airbus A320 Regular travelers including some of Cuban descent occupied nearly half the seats on a route that may be a commercial challenge at least initially Lázaro Chavez a 49-year-old pharmacist who lives in Miami and returns frequently to his homeland said before boarding the plane he was taking the flight for two reasons “One I am going to see my family Two I want to be on this historic flight” Cuba and the United States began normalizing relations in December 2014 after 18 months of secret talks and have since restored full diplomatic ties The countries had been hostile for more than five decades since Fidel Castro ousted US-backed dictator Fulgencio Batista in a 1959 revolution that steered the island on a communist course and made it a close ally of the Soviet Union Despite the opening which has included a landmark visit to the Caribbean island by Obama in March the US president has been unable to persuade Congress to lift a longstanding trade embargo on Cuba US citizens are still prohibited from visiting as tourists although there have long been exceptions to the ban ranging from visiting family to business cultural religious and educational travel The Obama administration has further eased the restrictions Despite the travel limitations US airlines have rushed to start flights – adding a lot of capacity and setting themselves up to lose money on the trips in the short run said industry consultant Robert Mann “Most carriers look at international markets that have been restricted and are just opening up as an investment” Mann said “You need to get your foot in the door” Services on regional carrier Silver Airways and American Airlines Group Inc from the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area that is home to a large Cuban-American population to Cuba’s outlying provinces will be the next to start in September Three other carriers will follow Mann said the companies probably offered to fly to Cuban cities that are unfamiliar to many American travelers so that US officials would look favorably on their applications to fly to Havana A memorandum of understanding between Cuba and the United States will limit Havana flights to 20 round trips per day US officials have yet to announce a final decision on which companies will get those coveted routes “The Havana competition was one of the most over-subscribed competitions that I’ve been a part of” Foxx said in an interview before the plane took off “I think that speaks to the interest on the part of the American people and it also speaks to the level of commercial interest in the US that exists” (Reporting By Jeffrey Dastin in Fort Lauderdale; Editing by Christian Plumb and Frances Kerry) Contact us at editors@timecomDubai: Olympic silver-medallist PV Sindhu on Saturday entered the title round of the women’s singles in the USD one million Dubai Super Series Final after beating Chen Yufei of China in the semifinals World No 3 Sindhu beat Chen ranked eighth 21-15 21-18 in a 58-minute contest at the Sheikh Hamdan Indoor Stadium India’s PV Sindhu returns a shot to China’s Chen Yufei during their semi-final match during the Dubai Badminton World Superseries Finals in Dubai AFP The Indian will now meet World No 2and top seed Akane Yamaguchi of Japan in the summit clash of the high-profile season-ending tournament on Sunday Yamaguchi had beaten Ratchanok of Intanon of Thailand 17 -21 21-12 21-19 in the first semifinals earlier in the day Sindhu had entered the semifinals with an unbeaten record having got the better of all her three opponents in Group A She has been in fine form this season having clinched two Super Series titles before winning a silver at the World Championship G. posting a series of tweets after his flight landed back in Los Angeles. File image of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi. The Deputy President of the Senate commended his Special Adviser on Projects Engr Jonathan Ivoke and most of the construction firms working at different project sites for their commitment and dedication to work.
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