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"I do think recovery will be months long, based on the tools we have at hand today," Director Ferrer said Tuesday.
"Keep talking about how bad we Democrats are and WE will STOP supporting YOUR businesses!" Marty Flynn wrote in a now-deleted post on Facebook.
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Businesses of this type are not required to open, with proprietors expected to use their best judgment concerning reopening their doors.
Investors are now on a hunt for stable investments during this time of crisis and virtually impending recession.
"That's the image of God right there," Vitale said in a video, "and I want to see it in my brothers and sisters."
"This is a very positive sign and it has happened for only one reason," Newsom said, "the data says it can happen."
Researchers at Tufts University found America was ready to move to a remote work experience, but not ready enough.
COVID-19 has forced us into a global work-from-home experiment with major implications, and employers and employees must approach it the right way.
New data released by the Department of Labor showed 3.8 million filed jobless claims in the week ending April 25.
Research published by the American Bus Association predicted the motorcoach industry could lose $4.7 billion and more than 27,000 jobs.
These dangerous plans go against the advice of public health experts and economists alike, but perhaps the most glaring hole in them is a complete lack of accounting for child care.
The Senate majority leader argued liability protection was the "only way" the U.S. economy could bounce back from the pandemic.
Whether it is celebrity chefs, trial lawyers or affluent universities, too many are acting in the interests of too few.
The reviews of what should happen next as Texas slowly reopens its economy are mixed, with some businesses ready to hit the ground running, and others wanting to wait and see if COVID-19 comes back in a second devastating wave.
Clumsy, if well-intentioned, federal and state directives to halt all non-emergency procedures have created an unprecedented burden of their own design.
"At the end of the day," Freeman said Thursday, "all we're doing is putting guidelines out. We're not telling businesses they have to open or anything like that."
"We have work yet to do," Whitmer told MSNBC on Thursday while discussing the possible stay-at-home order extension. "We are still not out of the woods."
"They can wait a little bit longer," Trump said. "Just a bit. Not much."
Brazilian steakhouse chain Fogo de Chão is one of many businesses under fire for accepting loans intended to help small businesses stay afloat during the coronavirus pandemic.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is letting Americans suffer while she pushes her left-wing agenda. And no amount of fancy ice cream makes that OK.
"Social distancing works," the governor said, "and as we open up our economy it will be more important than ever that we keep social distancing as lives and livelihoods depend on it."
The president appointed the congresswoman to his 'Opening Up America Again' taskforce on Thursday last week.
The Consumer Comfort Index has slumped by 18.5 points since mid-March amid pandemic-related business shutdowns.
"Some level of mitigation will be needed until vaccines or broad community immunity is achieved for recovering communities," the plan states.
The CARES Act's failure to ensure funding is deployed to communities of color puts our people and our businesses at risk of extinction. Here's how to save both.