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Price gouging during the COVID-19 crisis is just plain wrong

 Lawsuits Over Price Gouging During the COVID-19 Crisis As Americans huddle in place or venture out of their homes, they do so with the fear of becoming infected with COVID-19. They also worry about seeing their family members fall sick. […]

Price gouging during the COVID-19 crisis is just plain wrong

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 Lawsuits Over Price Gouging During the COVID-19 Crisis As Americans huddle in place or venture out of their homes, they do so with the fear of becoming infected with COVID-19. They also worry about seeing their family members fall sick. […]

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COVID-19: Diving into the unknown

Where is the Jacques Cousteau

COVID-19 could explode this summer

Just saw this on The Rachel Maddow Show. They (she doesn’t put the show on herself) led her show with startling news from the University of Washington, a scientific

COVID-19: Let’s skip the science and get back to normal

Tuesday is Cinco de Mayo, a traditional day of partying at the beach or in bars or at the homes of friends and family. This year it’s going to

COVID-19 continues to spread, despite the best (foolish) efforts of the deniers

Just read this on Twitter, from Travis Allen: “Nothing makes Trump supporters angrier than when you directly quote something he has said.” Many of us have had that experience, multiple

COVID-19 is raging but states are opening their economies

It was astounding to hear Chuck Todd of MSNBC Wednesday when he was talking to a guest about opening up the economy. Todd said, “I know there’s no clear

Dr. Trump and other COVID thoughts

Our maskless leader wants us to think of him as a wartime president while he tackles the coronavirus epidemic. However, there is a big difference between being a wartime

Coronavirus gives the planet a break on Earth Day

As we get into May we will see states begin to lift stay-at-home rules, with some restrictions. Non-essential businesses will be allowed to reopen, places like barber shops, hairdressers,

Coronavirus update: The good news is we’re still alive and well

One of the biggest, if not the biggest, shortcoming of the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic, has been inadequate testing. Sure, the United States has tested more people

Coronavirus and California’s unemployment

Covid-19 has been felt in every area of life across the nation. The most recent news is that the pandemic is spreading quickly throughout the rural areas and even

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