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    is this sentence punctuated correctly?
    For example, they state that “There is an opportunity for the health community to unite around population interventions”, and, “Such a lobby could be potentially powerful in the face of the government hypocrisy”

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    Re: commas

    Welcome to the forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by apsotka View Post
    Is this sentence punctuated correctly?
    No. There is no full stop (period) at the end.

    I would omit the commas around 'and', though they are not wrong.

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