Five Republican Governors: Our States Stayed Open in the Covid-19 Pandemic.

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Here’s Why Our Approach Worked.
“The diversity of the 50 states is what makes our nation’s economy great, and each state’s response to the novel coronavirus is as diverse as the pandemic’s impact on each of us,” Governors Mark Gordon (R-WY), Pete Ricketts (R-NE), Asa Hutchinson (R-AR), Kim Reynolds (R-IA), and Mike Parson (R-MO) write in The Washington Post.
 
“Restarting our economy is not a race to be won but a cooperative effort. Our approach has created a model for success that can be applied throughout the country.”
 
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First Lady Melania Trump has donated 150 box lunches to patients and staff at Children’s Inn, part of the National Institutes of Health in Maryland. Last week, she also sent care packages to kids and staff at hospitals in 10 states and Washington, D.C.—“a small token of my appreciation,” she says. Read more from Aris Folley in The Hill.
“President Donald Trump signed a proclamation Tuesday in Arizona that aims to bring awareness to ongoing violence in Native American communities. The proclamation declared Tuesday as Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives Awareness Day . . . Trump visited Arizona on Tuesday to tour Phoenix’s Honeywell facility,” which has been repurposed to make N95 masks, KTAR News reports.
Our country needs an experienced, principled leader to handle our most sensitive information during this tumultuous time across the world. “It is for all these reasons that John Ratcliffe is the right choice for director of national intelligence—and for America,” Rep. Mark Walker (R-NC) writes in The Hill.
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