GOP Senator Chuck Grassley says his constituents deserve "sustainable" internet marketing, which could help prevent the spread of the coronavirus."My constituents deserve sustainable internet marketing that is not tied to a single vendor," Grassley told reporters Thursday in Washington."That's what I'm asking for.It should be about making sure that our providers, the companies that provide our int...
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