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POLITICS | Pelosi, Schumer Reject GOP’s CCP Virus Relief Package

POLITICS | Pelosi, Schumer Reject GOP’s CCP Virus Relief Package

BY JACK PHILLIPS Top Democrats have rejected a GOP proposal to offset economic damages suffered during the monthslong CCP virus pandemic, setting up the prospect of long negotiations after various federal assistance programs are slated to expire. Senate Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) met with White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, […]

US Records Lowest Number of CCP Virus Deaths in 2 Weeks

US Records Lowest Number of CCP Virus Deaths in 2 Weeks

BY JACK PHILLIPS The United States experienced the lowest number of CCP virus-related deaths in two weeks on April 20, according to new figures. According to data provided by Johns Hopkins University, 1,433 people died from the virus in 24 hours ending on April 20, bringing the death toll to more than 42,000. It comes after more than 4,500 people died from COVID-19 in a […]

New York CCP Virus Death Rate Stabilizing: Cuomo

New York CCP Virus Death Rate Stabilizing: Cuomo

BY TOM OZIMEK New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Saturday that deaths from COVID-19 in his state are stabilizing, but at a “horrific rate.” Speaking at his daily briefing on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus, commonly known as the novel coronavirus, Cuomo said that while there were encouraging signs that the dynamics of the outbreak were slowing, the death […]

Slashing Red Tape Speeds Up CCP Virus Response; May Prompt More Permanent Deregulation

Slashing Red Tape Speeds Up CCP Virus Response; May Prompt More Permanent Deregulation

BY MARK TAPSCOTT Commercial truckers hauling essential medical and food supplies were freed from federal rules restricting their driving time when President Donald Trump declared a CCP virus national emergency on March 13. “This declaration will help America’s commercial drivers get these critical goods to impacted areas faster and more efficiently,” said Jim Mullen, acting administrator of the […]