The New Paper

March 26, 2021

The New Paper Weekly Recap: US

  • The CDC updated its distancing recommendations for K-12 schools (3/22)
  • The DOJ plans to open an investigation into Visa’s debit card practices (3/22)
  • Miami Beach declared a state of emergency and imposed a curfew (3/22)
  • Ten people were killed in a mass shooting at a grocery store in Boulder (3/23)
  • Evanston, IL approved $400k of reparations for certain Black residents (3/23)
  • The USPS unveiled a 10-year plan to achieve financial sustainability (3/24)
  • The ACA special enrollment period was extended to August 15 (3/24)
  • President Biden announced that Vice President Harris will lead the US response to immigration at the US-Mexico border (3/25)
  • Virginia became the 23rd state to abolish the death penalty (3/25)
  • President Biden held his first formal press conference since assuming office (3/26)
  • USC agreed to an $852M sexual abuse settlement (3/26)
  • Eight tornadoes hit Alabama yesterday, killing at least five people(3/26)
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