Arizona’s attorney general is trying to get the Supreme Court to review the Ninth Circuit’s decision, which could affect more than 20 other states that have similar laws.In Congress, meanwhile, the fight is between Democrats who want to force states to adopt a uniform policy on how to conduct elections and Republicans who are adamantly opposed to a federal takeover over the elections process but are not opposed to providing more money for election assistance.As much as the president’s Twitter feed and media coverage may make it difficult to see, that’s where the real debate over balloting stands.More from National ReviewHow to Save the November ElectionWhy Amy Klobuchar Is the Front runner in the Democratic VeepstakesWhy Congress’s Battle over Balloting May FizzleYahoo NewsRepublican lawmakers accused of hiding positive COVID 19 test result from Democrats, who call it /react text >Democratic lawmakers in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives are demanding answers after learning that one of their Republican colleagues tested positive for COVID 19, shared that information with GOP leadership, but never informed them. On May 20, Republican Rep. Andrew Lewis learned he had tested positive for COVID 19, the disease caused by the coronavirus.
Equities continue to ignore any bad news out there, including the Donald Trump administration contemplation of unveiling a range of sanctions on China as punishment for the crackdown in Hong Kong, not to mention the heightened tensions between India and China as the former has mobilized troops along its northern border.If today news flow isn about vaccines or reopenings, investors could care less. There is not a day where the markets fail to vigorously respond to any vaccine/treatment news, almost like how they responded last year to the multiple utterances from Trump on the One trade deal with China.The latest is from Merck Co. Inc., which stated it has bought the rights to develop a potential drug that has antiviral properties against multiple coronavirus strains, adding that it is also starting work on vaccine candidates.
If you (or someone you know) are in struggling with any addiction opiate or otherwise do not let COVID keep you from seeking help. There are many treatment options still available to help you on your road to recovery. If you are in recovery and find the stress associated with the current crisis is pushing you to relapse, please call your sponsor or your doctor or anyone who you can that can help you work through this.