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The Wisconsin Republican Party’s reckless actions this week during a pandemic have been inexplicable and unforgivable. How many Wisconsin lives have they put at risk?

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Q: "Have you ever been tested for coronavirus?" @NancyPelosi : "No...the doctor said 'no, you don't need to and you'd be putting yourself ahead of other people in line.' So, no I haven't." Full video here:

It's official: The Wisconsin State Fair is canceled due to coronavirus

Did you read: — Manafort gave polling data to Russians@realDonaldTrump  lied about Trump Tower Moscow deal during the 2016 primary season — Jr. meeting with the Russians in Trump Tower — @realDonaldTrump  asking Russia to hack @HillaryClinton  Read it again.

A new project to encourage Republicans to support Joe Biden over President Trump has launched a $10 million ad campaign targeting Republican-leaning voters in top swing states

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I'm thrilled to have the support of @Everytown  for Gun Safety in my race. As a grandmother, it’s a top priority for me to make sure that every child in our community is safe from senseless and preventable gun violence. It's time to expand our #GunSenseMajority . #TX21 

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"Amy Cooper was able to dial up 400 years of racial oppression and violence on her phone more easily than I am able to order a pizza." — @ElieNYC 

Star Wars star John Boyega tells racist fans to "f-ck off" after posting George Floyd tribute

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So while I do think NY has managed the post-peak phase fairly well (the pre-peak phase is a very, very different story, to say the least) it's not quite an apples-to-apples comparison to places that weren't affected as badly.

Spread love the Brooklyn way. Get tested. Wear a mask. Stand up & do the right thing. @rosieperezbklyn  @chrisrock 

Another 2.1 million people filed for unemployment benefits last week, bringing the total number of unemployment claims since March to 40.8 million — or 26% of the civilian labor force.

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