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Officials Take Credit When Pandemic Ebbs, Blame the People For Surges – Commentary

The lesson here — that Michigan residents shouldn’t be blamed or shamed for contracting a highly contagious illness — seems a difficult one to learn for some in government and the media.

Republicans Rally for Constitutional Amendments Limiting Pennsylvania Governor’s Emergency Powers

By Christen Smith (The Center Square) – Pennsylvania Senate Republicans said this week the state’s improving vaccine rollout shows why Gov. Tom Wolf’s unilateral decision-making on pandemic restrictions failed, urging voters to instead...

Sanders, Democrats Pressure Biden on ‘Free’ College Tuition

By Casey Harper (The Center Square) – New legislation from Democrats in the U.S. Senate would provide free public education to millions of Americans, but experts say the “free” plan comes with a...

COVID Cases in Lockdown States Surge

States with some of the strictest orders to contain the spread of COVID-19 are seeing a surge in new cases, according to an analysis by NPR.

COVID Testing Kids for Sports will Put Them on the Sidelines – Commentary

Michigan’s interim guidance indicates testing could be up to three times per week. That much testing could result in thousands of healthy adolescents incorrectly being added to the State of Michigan COVID-19 case counts.

COVID Vaccines for Kids is a Bad Idea – Commentary

COVID-19 drastically disproportionately affects the elderly who are up to 7,900 times more likely to die from COVID than are children.

CDC Changes Its Mind, Again, on Surface Contamination

The agency says the most reliable way for individuals to prevent infection is with old-fashioned hand-washing or hand sanitizer.

Pandemic is Reaching an End, Data Show – Commentary

The average daily number of new cases has decreased by 78 percent in just two months’ time

Employee Fights Mandated COVID Vaccine to Keep Job

"This is a case where the supervisor is just dead wrong. They absolutely don’t have the right to force anyone to take an experimental medical product."

Coroner Questions Illinois’ Covid-19 Tally, Seeks Audit

The coroner said one Covid mortality case in January was an accidental drug overdose, but the decedent had tested positive for COVID-19 in October.

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Officials Take Credit When Pandemic Ebbs, Blame the People For Surges – Commentary

The lesson here — that Michigan residents shouldn’t be blamed or shamed for contracting a highly contagious illness — seems a difficult one to learn for some in government and the media.

Republicans Rally for Constitutional Amendments Limiting Pennsylvania Governor’s Emergency Powers

By Christen Smith (The Center Square) – Pennsylvania Senate Republicans said this week the state’s improving vaccine rollout shows why Gov. Tom Wolf’s unilateral decision-making...

Sanders, Democrats Pressure Biden on ‘Free’ College Tuition

By Casey Harper (The Center Square) – New legislation from Democrats in the U.S. Senate would provide free public education to millions of Americans, but...

COVID Cases in Lockdown States Surge

States with some of the strictest orders to contain the spread of COVID-19 are seeing a surge in new cases, according to an analysis by NPR.

COVID Testing Kids for Sports will Put Them on the Sidelines – Commentary

Michigan’s interim guidance indicates testing could be up to three times per week. That much testing could result in thousands of healthy adolescents incorrectly being added to the State of Michigan COVID-19 case counts.

COVID Vaccines for Kids is a Bad Idea – Commentary

COVID-19 drastically disproportionately affects the elderly who are up to 7,900 times more likely to die from COVID than are children.

CDC Changes Its Mind, Again, on Surface Contamination

The agency says the most reliable way for individuals to prevent infection is with old-fashioned hand-washing or hand sanitizer.

Pandemic is Reaching an End, Data Show – Commentary

The average daily number of new cases has decreased by 78 percent in just two months’ time

Employee Fights Mandated COVID Vaccine to Keep Job

"This is a case where the supervisor is just dead wrong. They absolutely don’t have the right to force anyone to take an experimental medical product."

Coroner Questions Illinois’ Covid-19 Tally, Seeks Audit

The coroner said one Covid mortality case in January was an accidental drug overdose, but the decedent had tested positive for COVID-19 in October.