Tuesday News Executive Summary
Path to reopening, farm aid, Wisconsin high-court race, China irks, and more.
Above the Fold
“We’ve got to get our country open”: New White House panel to explore path to reopening the economy (AP)
Ten U.S. governors on the east and west coasts banded together on Monday in two regional pacts to coordinate gradual economic reopenings as the coronavirus crisis finally appeared to be ebbing (Reuters)
Government & Politics
Trump administration to unveil $15.5 billion in first phase of farm aid (Reuters)
Due to pandemic, a reluctant Supreme Court will allow live audio broadcast for first time (Los Angeles Times)
Democrat-backed candidate Jill Karofsky wins race for Wisconsin Supreme Court, which greenlighted the much-maligned April 7 primary (The Hill)
Leftmedia personified: New York Times editor admits editing article on Biden sexual-assault allegation after campaign complained (The Washington Free Beacon)
Expanded early voting, voter ID repeal, and Election Day holiday: Virginia is reborn as a leftist enclave following governor’s weekend bill signing (CNSNews.com)
Michigan bans “all public and private gatherings” but still allows lottery sales (Reason)
Meanwhile, petition to recall Michigan Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer passes 150,000 signatures (Bongino.com)
Christian baker Jack Phillips sued again by relentless Rainbow Mafia, this time over transgender cake (The Daily Wire)
Policy: Is higher education COVID-19’s next victim? (Issues & Insights)
Policy: More medical innovation, less regulation (City Journal)
Humor: Medical experts confirm Democrats have developed herd immunity to sexual-assault allegations (The Babylon Bee)
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