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New Jersey AG Grewal and Colonel Callahan Issue Daily Update on Charges Filed Against Violators

New Jersey  AG Grewal and Colonel Callahan Issue Daily Update on Charges Filed Against Violators of Governor Murphy’s COVID-19 Executive…

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North Carolina COVID-19 Modeling Shows Social Distancing Necessary to Slow the Spread

North Carolina COVID-19 Modeling Shows Social Distancing Necessary to Slow the Spread and Preserve Hospital Capacity to Save Lives (STL.News)…

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Pennsylvania Governor Wolf Urges Manufacturing Sector to Report

Pennsylvania Governor Wolf Urges Manufacturing Sector to Report Critical COVID-19-Related Supply Capabilities, Needs (STL.News) – Governor Tom Wolf today urged…

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Thai elephants starve due to COVID-19 outbreak, nationwide curfew since Friday

(STL.News) Watch today in Fineprint: Thailand’s elephants are starving due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.  Thailand is under nationwide curfew since…

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Texas Gov. Abbott Announces Incoming Shipments Of PPE, Provides Update On Distribution

Texas Gov. Abbott Announces Incoming Shipments Of PPE, Provides Update On Distribution In Texas (STL.News) – Governor Greg Abbott today…

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U.S. Supreme Court holds 8-1 Kansas officer acted reasonably in traffic-stop case

(STL.News) – The U.S. Supreme Court today held that a officer acted reasonably in making a Douglas County traffic stop,…

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