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Plosky says he’s heartened by growing momentum at the federal level to address infrastructure challenges that exacerbate racial inequality and climate change.
He also said he was heartened to hear that lawmakers will tap the state’s general fund this year, but he worries what will happen if they fail to permanently restore the tax.Oregon Lawmakers Set Out to Increase the Timber Industry’s Tax Bill. Instead, They Cut It Again.|by Tony Schick, Oregon Public Broadcasting, and Rob Davis, The Oregonian/OregonLive|June 29, 2021|ProPublica
I am heartened by actors and other people who have been coming out—Demi Lovato gave me such joy the other week.Why It's Crucial to Talk to Kids About Gender Pronouns|Suyin Haynes|June 3, 2021|Time
I am heartened that this is a long shot from a legal and procedural standpoint, because the ramifications would be devastating.
I remember feeling heartened by the quick regrouping, which I read as a sign of resilience and solidarity.
Andy Green rolled over and sent him a friendly glance just to hearten him a bit.The Happy Family|Bertha Muzzy Bower
I cried, to hearten me—for we were both counting the days now between us and the fishing.The Adventures of Harry Revel|Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
I could not hear what he said, but the men began to count off, and their voices were resolute enough to hearten all.The Little Red Foot|Robert W. Chambers
Then it was that Isaac's nonsense really served to hearten us.Benjamin of Ohio|James Otis
The way was led by the clergy, and quickly a church was built to hearten the emigrants.A Wanderer in Venice|E.V. Lucas