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Tyra Banks,

agrees Surrogacy
The best present we worked and prayed so hard for is finally here. He's got my fingers and big eyes and his daddy Erik's mouth and chin. As we thank the angel of a woman that carried our miracle baby boy for us, we pray for everyone who struggles to reach this joyous milestone. York Banks Asla, welcome to the world.
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Joe Lhota,

There is no reason for anybody to have an assault weapon.
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Mitt Romney,

Deadly assault weapons have no place in Massachusetts.
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Elaine Chao,

disagrees Tariffs
Smoot and Hawley ginned up The Tariff Act of 1930 to get America back to work after the Stock Market Crash of '29. Instead, it destroyed trade so effectively that by 1932, American exports to Europe were just a third of what they had been in 1929. World trade fell two-thirds as other nations retaliated. Jobs evaporated.
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Sheryl Sandberg, American technology executive, activist, and author

Today’s decision from the Federal Communications Commission to end net neutrality is disappointing and harmful. An open internet is critical for new ideas and economic opportunity – and internet providers shouldn't be able to decide what people can see online or charge more for certain websites. We’re ready to work with members of Congress and others to help make the internet free and open for eve... See More
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Jane Fraser,

We are expecting 500 billion objects to become connected to the Internet, and this automation is going to hollow out middle and working class jobs.
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Jeff Immelt,

There's 330,000 people that work for GE and none of them had a productive day yesterday, none of them had a completely productive day. So my own belief is that when it comes to digital tools and things like that, that first part of the revolution, is going to be to make your existing workforce productive.
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Mike Bloomberg, American businessman and politician, former mayor of new york city

agrees Soda taxes
Noncommunicable diseases are a growing global crisis, especially in low-and-middle income countries. There’s substantial evidence that taxes and fiscal policies are essential to confronting this health threat.
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Mike Bloomberg, American businessman and politician, former mayor of new york city

agrees Health taxes
Noncommunicable diseases are a growing global crisis, especially in low-and-middle income countries. There’s substantial evidence that taxes and fiscal policies are essential to confronting this health threat.
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Jamie Dimon, Chairman, CEO and President of JP Morgan Chase

[Bitcoin ETFs could be the] holy grail for owners and investors.
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Brad Garlinghouse, CEO of financial technology company Ripple

At its core, all of this comes down to if we are solving real problems for real customers. If the cryptocurrency market overall or a digital asset is solving a problem, it’s going to drive some value.
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Sheryl Sandberg, American technology executive, activist, and author

An open internet is critical for new ideas and economic opportunity – and internet providers shouldn't be able to decide what people can see online or charge more for certain websites.
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Tim Draper, Billionaire Venture Capitalist

agrees Basic Income
Giving everyone $15,000 would put everyone on the same level. They could do with it whatever they wanted, but having the financial security of some basic money to live on, would give them the opportunity to work on what they want. Work is everything,
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Sheryl Sandberg, American technology executive, activist, and author

We should be grateful for everyone, including those in the transgender community, willing to serve our country
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Steven Kaplan, Professor of economics at University of Chicago

UBI is a step in the right direction, but very complicated. Devil would be in details. So, lots of uncertainty.
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Douglas Flint, Chairman of HSBC bank

disagrees Brexit
Our strong economic view is that Britain is better within a reformed Europe.
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Vittorio Colao, CEO, Vodafone

disagrees Brexit
At Vodafone we are convinced that for our shareholders, customers and for the company itself, it would be good to stay in Europe.
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Mike Bloomberg, American businessman and politician, former mayor of new york city

disagrees Brexit
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Richard Fuller, British politician

agrees Brexit
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Henry Paulson, 74th united states secretary of the treasury

disagrees Brexit
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Julie Bishop, Australian politician

disagrees Brexit
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David Rutley, British politician

disagrees Brexit
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Dido Harding, British businessman

disagrees Brexit
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Jamie Dimon, Chairman, CEO and President of JP Morgan Chase

disagrees Brexit
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Mike Bloomberg, American businessman and politician, former mayor of new york city

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Meg Whitman, American business executive

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Steve Spinner, Businessperson

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Sheryl Sandberg, American technology executive, activist, and author

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Vivek Ranadivé, Indian-american businessman

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John Doerr, American businessman

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Gary Rodkin, American businessman

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Jonathan Lavine, American businessman

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Joshua Kushner, American businessman

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Seth Klarman, American billionaire

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George Kaiser, American businessman

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Mark Pincus, American internet entrepreneur

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Alan F. Horn, American entertainment industry executive (disney corporation)

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Desirée Rogers, American businessman and politician

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Ron Bloom, American government official

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Christopher C. Ashby, American diplomat

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Mike Bloomberg, American businessman and politician, former mayor of new york city

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Robert Kraft, American businessman and philanthropist

disagrees Clinton over Trump
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Grover Norquist, Conservative lobbyist

disagrees Clinton over Trump
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Wilbur Ross, American businessman

disagrees Clinton over Trump
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John Paulson, American hedge fund manager

disagrees Clinton over Trump
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Robert E. Murray, American mining businessman

disagrees Clinton over Trump
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William Harrison Binnie, American industrialist and investment banker

disagrees Clinton over Trump
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Tom Leppert, American politician

disagrees Clinton over Trump
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Steve Grossman, American politician

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John Garamendi, California politician

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