Wednesday News Executive Summary

Stimulus deal, historic stock-market gain, Sanders continues 2020 race, and more.

Jordan Candler · Mar. 25, 2020

Above the Fold

  • “AT LAST WE HAVE A DEAL”: Senate and White House agree on $2 trillion stimulus plan (National Review)

  • OPTIMISM: Dow posts 2,112-point (11%) gain on Tuesday — the biggest ever (Fox Business)

  • GOOD NEWS: Scientists say coronavirus does not undergo significant number of mutations (The Daily Wire)

Government, Politics, & Economy

  • “WE HAVE TO GET BACK TO WORK”: President Trump calls for restarting economy by Easter (Fox News)

  • “CHEAP MANUFACTURING BE DAMNED”: Sentiment builds for moving U.S. companies out of China (Washington Examiner)

  • PRESSING ON: Bernie Sanders refuses to drop out of presidential race, will participate in April Democrat debate (National Review)

  • TRAVELERS GET A BREAK: Real ID deadline pushed back due to the coronavirus (USA Today)



  • AN EXCUSE TO INFRINGE ON THE SECOND AMENDMENT? North Carolina sheriff suspends new pistol permits due to “250 percent increase in demand” (National Review)

  • DEATH BY WHATEVER MEANS NECESSARY: Ohio abortion providers say they will defy state shutdown order (The Washington Free Beacon)

Closing Arguments

  • POLICY: A litany of useless laws have been exposed by the coronavirus (Foundation for Economic Education)

  • POLICY: Start with common ground on climate-change policy (National Review)

  • HUMOR: The biggest stock rebound in history is actually due to President Obama’s economic policies (NPC Daily)

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