COVID-19 Reopening in Texas, Michigan : Politics Podcast As new confirmed cases decline in the state, Michigan has extended its stay-at-home order until May 15th. Texas is moving quickly toward reopening, and while the state's outbreak is comparatively less severe, it isn't tapering off. That has led some public health experts to worry that lifting restrictions could mean a spike in cases.

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Partisan Divide: Michigan, Texas Take Differing Approaches To Reopening

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Partisan Divide: Michigan, Texas Take Differing Approaches To Reopening

Partisan Divide: Michigan, Texas Take Differing Approaches To Reopening

Partisan Divide: Michigan, Texas Take Differing Approaches To Reopening

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As new confirmed cases decline in the state, Michigan has extended its stay-at-home order until May 15th. Texas is moving quickly toward reopening, and while the state's outbreak is comparatively less severe, it isn't tapering off. That has led some public health experts to worry that lifting restrictions could mean a spike in cases.

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