The governor of Massachusetts unveiled plans for the state to get its economy back up and running. On Monday, Gov. Charlie Baker (R) released the four phase plan, which is not expected to end until a coronavirus vaccine is in circulation.
Vice President Mike Pence returned to work Monday after one of his staffers tested positive for coronavirus. He will continue to fulfill his duties at the White House despite calls for him to self-isolate.
It’s no doubt California protesters want the state to reopen, but now some residents are taking legal action against Gov. Gavin Newsom (D).
According to Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, it’s difficult to predict what’s going to happen to the economy next. In an interview Monday, he said economic models now have “nothing to do with normal factors.” Instead, they are based on the closing and reopening of the economy.
Doctors with the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons say there’s no reason the nation should be locked down when safe and affordable medicine like hydroxychloroquine could be available to all Americans. One America’s Pearson Sharp reports.
Numerous states are beginning to reopen their economies this week, which is being applauded by many who are severely impacted by the economic damage from the shutdowns. However, others are pushing back against the move. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with Florida’s former Lieutenant Governor, Jennifer Carroll, who discussed the importance of the issue.
Government officials across the U.S. are starting to concede to protesting citizens’ demands and reopen economies in more than half of all the states. However, blue states remain on an “indefinite” lockdown, which has sparked the most fierce protests. One America’s Kristian Rouz has the latest.
The coronavirus lockdown has taken a serious toll on the lives of residents up and down the state of California. One America’s Pearson Sharp spoke with Sen. Brian Jones, who said the state government is now infringing on our constitutional freedoms.
As the country cautiously embarks on a plan to reopen, some are arguing states need to be bailed out by the federal government. The Trump administration begs to differ. One America’s Chief White House Correspondent Chanel Rion has more.