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Partisanship fuels what people with disabilities think about COVID-19 response

By David Pettinicchio, Associate Professor, Sociology, University of Toronto
Michelle Maroto, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Alberta
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Cross-partisanship co-operation among political leaders doesn’t neatly translate into a similar consensus among the Canadian public, including those with disabilities or chronic health conditions.

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