President Donald Trump's executive order threatening liability carve-outs for social media companies could have a ripple effect across the globe, experts say.
"We are focused on containing any potential hot spots and preventing spread both within jails and the community," Abbott said Friday.
The executive order designates meat-processing plants as critical infrastructure that must maintain operations during the coronavirus pandemic.
"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."
His tweet provided no additional information on whether the suspension would include all countries, or how it would potentially handle visitors with work and other visas.
"The bottom line is that I have an obligation to keep people safe, and that's why I signed this executive order today," Governor Evers said Monday.
"It is critical that all health and medical resources needed to respond to the spread of COVID-19 are properly distributed to the Nation's healthcare system and others that need them most at this time," read Trump's executive order.
Imported counterfeit products and intellectual property violations were targeted by an executive order signed by President Donald Trump on Friday.
Rabbi Jack Moline said the president himself is "fanning the flames" of bigotry by using anti-Semitic tropes.
Trump has been accused of regular and unapologetic use of anti-Semitic language, most recently during a speech to the Israeli American Council last weekend.
The reported executive order would help the Education Department crack down on anti-Semitism on college campuses, but also stifle boycott movements targeting the state of Israel.
Trump declared on Saturday that any colleges who refuses to comply will face a heavy toll on their budgets.
The godson of former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke said he recognizes the "stamp of supremacy" in President Donald Trump's push to end birthright citizenship.
The former White House aide said that President Donald Trump would be able to push through his plan, as he has "won every single battle so far."
The order is designed to deter foreign interference in upcoming midterm elections and authorized sanctions on countries and individuals caught interfering.
Seth Stodder, Barack Obama's assistant secretary of homeland security, sees multiple flaws in the border security practice.
President Donald Trump flipped his argument on the separation of children from their families at the border and signed an executive order Wednesday reversing his own administration's policy.
After extensive public outrage over his administration's "zero tolerance" practice that resulted in families being separated at the border, President Donald Trump signed an executive order halting family separations.
Groups called the question "draconian" and accused the Trump administration of using it to further an anti-immigrant agenda.
"The bottom line is that neither Trump nor his administration take conflicts of interest and ethics seriously," Public Citizen's vice president of legislative affairs said in a statement.
Citing Trump's tweets about Muslims, a federal appeals court ruled that his travel ban is unconstitutional.
A federal judge has ruled Trump cannot block funding to the cities.
Majority of Republicans and Democrats would rather see Trump and Congress stabilize Obamacare instead of continuing efforts to dismantle it.
President Donald Trump signed his 50th executive order Thursday. Barack Obama had signed 26 at this point in his presidency.
"I think it will definitely hurt Americans on average," Sara Collins, VP for Health Care Coverage and Access of the Commonwealth Fund, said.
Muslim-American leaders and allies urged the Supreme Court to rule against Trump's executive orders in the fall.
Everywhere Trump looks he finds the Founders intentionally constructed hurdles.
Officials say Border Patrol and ICE are having trouble fulfilling the president's order to add more agents.