California And COVID-19, SCOTUS Oklahoma Case, 2020 And The Economy : Up First In California, a strong initial response kept coronavirus numbers low, but now the state is seeing one of the country's worst outbreaks. The U.S. Supreme Court decision that a huge swath of eastern Oklahoma remains an American Indian reservation may have big legal implications. Finally, the trajectory of the economy has often swayed presidential elections, but that appears to be changing.
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California And COVID-19, SCOTUS Oklahoma Case, 2020 And The Economy

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California And COVID-19, SCOTUS Oklahoma Case, 2020 And The Economy

California And COVID-19, SCOTUS Oklahoma Case, 2020 And The Economy

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In California, a strong initial response kept coronavirus numbers low, but now the state is seeing one of the country's worst outbreaks. The U.S. Supreme Court decision that a huge swath of eastern Oklahoma remains an American Indian reservation may have big legal implications. Finally, the trajectory of the economy has often swayed presidential elections, but that appears to be changing.