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Opinion: The federal government must adapt to crisis

bizjournals Thursday, 28 May 2020
Effective leaders look to the past to chart a course forward. Bold and decisive actions to support our economy, as those taken by Congress, demonstrate how a strong federal government can mitigate national emergencies. As we saw at the outset of the 2008 recession, a slow and weak response can prolong the pain. Already, we see valuable lessons emerging from our current crisis. Some leaders stepped up to respond. Others wasted precious weeks with a disjointed response. The dual responses can…
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