Trump’s letter came in response to Schumer’s own claims that Trump has mishandled the COVID-19 pandemic. The spat comes as Congress mulls passing a fourth stimulus package. (RELATED: White House Anticipates Between 100,000 And 240,000 Coronavirus Deaths) … [Read more...] about ‘Wrong In Every Way’: Trump Sends Vicious Letter To Chuck Schumer Over Coronavirus Response
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“So this morning I sent the president a letter and said, ‘Why don’t you invoke the Defense Production Act and put in place a military person?” Schumer said. “Somebody who knows command and control, someone who knows logistics, someone who knows quarter-mastering -- to not only commandeer factories and supply chains to make the stuff that we need, desperately need, but also to distribute it in the places that are most needed.” … [Read more...] about Schumer goes on MSNBC to blast Trump for criticizing him: ‘I’m just appalled’
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders made dueling appearances just hours apart Saturday at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines. But if an informal straw poll conducted by the Iowa Secretary of State is any reliable measure of whose visit was more successful, the Vermont senator clearly won the day. … [Read more...] about Bernie Pulls Ahead Of Hillary In Poll After Both Campaign At Iowa State Fair
Colorado’s first positive tests for COVID-19 on March 5 would usher in a jarring crescendo of disruptions. The most significant ones, accelerated by orders from Gov. Jared Polis, took barely a week to play out in mid-March: Classrooms shut down across college campuses and school districts, followed by mass cancellations of concerts and sporting events, the halt of ski season, closures of dine-in restaurants and bars statewide, and the suspension of all “nonessential” surgeries and medical procedures. … [Read more...] about In Colorado, coronavirus deals a blow to life as we know it
The applicant earned at least $2,500 (including tips) between October 2018 and September 2019. The applicant is now working less than 32 hours per week and earning less than the weekly benefit amount on their claim. The applicant is able and available to return to work for their employer when they can open or return to normal operations if they are job attached. The state isn’t ready to accept applications from gig workers and self-employed people as it awaits federal guidance. It expects that to begin in April after doing some work last week to prepare. … [Read more...] about Colorado’s unemployment rate is poised to double in less than three weeks. Here’s what you need to know.