"Children without connectivity are at risk of not only being unable to complete their homework during this pandemic, but being unable to continue their overall education," senators wrote in a letter sent to congressional leadership.
The state has called in National Guard troops to staff polling sites, as thousands of workers are expected to not show up because of the coronavirus outbreak.
"We shouldn't be giving people death sentences by carelessly exposing them to this incredibly dangerous illness," Sharlyn Grace said.
The event was originally scheduled from July 13 to July 17 but will now be held the week of August 17.
Supermarkets, hospitals, gas stations and banks are some of the businesses that have been deemed too critical to be closed.
One official told Bloomberg that the findings were delivered to the White House last week in a classified report.
A record-breaking 3.3 million people filed for unemployment benefits last week as businesses across the country shut down because of the virus outbreak.
One in five workers said they'd be unable to meet those basic financial needs in less than one week under quarantine.
"We know this crisis is putting added burden on families and the microgrants are meant to help overcome that challenge," an Education Department spokesperson told Newsweek.
The best opportunities for Democrats to flip seats are in Arizona, Colorado, Maine and North Carolina.
It wasn't the only non-coronavirus measure that made its way into the historic stimulus package.
"This is going to take longer than Easter to overcome," Republican Governor Phil Scott said on Wednesday.
"This is a start, but much more will be necessary," said Richard Hasen, an election law expert at the University of California, Irvine.
"It depends very much on the person's level of earnings," one labor economist said. "Your income over the past year is the basis of the size of the payment."
DNC Chairman Tom Perez has encouraged states to vote-by-mail rather than postpone their presidential primaries.
More than 280,000 Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week—a 33 percent spike from the previous week.
"I want to make sure that not a second is wasted because of physical limitations that we have on convening," Rep. Eric Swalwell said.
"New legislation will likely expand eligibility dramatically, so people who don't think they qualify right now, double-check," said Michele Evermore of the National Employment Law Project.
It's "going to make a lot of students very happy," Trump said during a press briefing on Friday.
The coronavirus pandemic is throwing the U.S. economy into a recession that could doom President Donald Trump's chances of a second term.
Amid the pandemic, more than 40 states have shut down schools to help slow the spread of coronavirus.
"The numbers are changing on almost an hourly basis," said Chip Rogers, CEO of the American Hotel & Lodging Association.
Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said conducting an election "would force poll workers and voters to place themselves at an unacceptable health risk of contracting coronavirus."
"I am saying that you have been on the floor of the Senate time and time again, touting the need to cut Social Security, Medicare and veterans' programs," Sanders said.
"He is undermining the doctors and scientists who are trying to help the American people," the Vermont senator said during the Democratic debate.
The debate will kick off Sunday at 8 p.m. ET and will be hosted by CNN.
"My friend is sick, has had contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19," Gabbard tweeted on Friday.
According to Public Policy Polling, Biden is leading Sanders in two of the senator's strongest 2016 states: Kansas and Wisconsin.