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While organized opposition has been scant, the campaign faces headwinds.
On this cloudy morning, Dykman is biking along country back roads – and into a fierce headwind – to Austin, Texas.
But their strategy is already running into headwinds, as the damage from the storm appears far too large for Congress to wait weeks to act.
Clinton too has cited an assortment of damaging variables, from the foul headwinds of white grievance to bad journalism.
Qualcomm, based in San Diego, is also confronting headwinds in closing its $47 billion purchase of NXP Semiconductors.
Big tobacco companies like Imperial continue to face strong headwinds due to health concerns about smoking.
Robert Bauman heralded the announcement for the project, which has faced political headwinds from the beginning, especially among Republicans who control state government.
But with revenue down this year, and profits too, the company is running into some digital headwinds.
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