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      Community Toolkit 12.17.20

      We are facing an urgent situation with COVID-19, but I am confident that our strong, resilient community will meet the challenge together. One way is by sharing information. Here, at domymathhomeworks.com you will find additional resources on the topic. You're welcome to order online works from the comfort of your home. A simple "I Want Someone to Write My Coursework for Me Online" message is enough. My staff has developed a community toolkit, which you may access by …

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      Update 5.6.20: Salons, swimming pools open Friday; graduation ceremony guidance; more changes take effect May 18

      Dear friend: Yesterday, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced a new executive order reducing certain restrictions. More information here https://www.theleadernews.com/education/best-websites-to-write-my-essay/ Some take effect immediately, others on Friday, and others on May 18. He was joined by Texas Education Agency (TEA) Commissioner Mike Morath, who provided updates on …

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      As Texas reopens, El Paso mayor says city not yet ‘out of the woods’ with COVID-19

      Via El Paso Times: “While we are all concerned about people not being back at work, people struggling to make ends meet, the economy continuing to suffer, the question is: Do we prematurely open our economy at the tremendous risk to people’s lives? That’s the question,” Rodríguez said. “I know the governor keeps on talking and others talk about striking a balance, and that’s why he wants to do this in phases, but it’s a hell of a risk.”

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      Lawmakers support release of non-violent migrants detained in Texas and NM

      Via KTSM: “Due to the increased spread of COVID-19, we urge ICE and CBP to coordinate with local governments, public health agencies, hospitals and other area stakeholders to plan for both the release of non-violent detainees as well as protocols for spread of COVID-19 within your facilities,” says the letter signed by five state representatives and state Sen. Jose Rodriguez, D-El Paso, who shared it with the public.

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      Coronavirus Update 4.24.20: Testing sites in District 29

      Dear friend: The Texas Military Department is providing mobile COVID testing in four places in and immediately adjacent to Senate District 29 today and tomorrow. The locations – Fort Hancock and Van Horn today, Marfa and Alpine tomorrow – will …

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