As the countdown to 03 November moves forward, the more inflammatory the rhetoric from the White House and Trump surrogates. Although big picture “politics” include jobs (“the economy”) and the environment (regulatory rollback), COVID-19 is a constant refrain in the daily deluge. Might the deluge be the result of an anticipated unraveling, in other words, desperation? In the continuing saga of how COVID-19 has disrupted a mainstay of civic life, voting, 14 states have won a preliminary injunction against Postmaster General DeJoy. …continue reading →
In a major setback for the Trump Administration, a federal judge has blocked USPS from continuing national service changes which it initiated in July, citing voter disenfranchisement.
More than 1,100 four-year colleges and universities were bringing students back to campus in some form with almost 600 of those “primarily in person.” Infections are following.