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United States: Delaware's Governor Issues Closure Order For Non-Essential Businesses Effective 8 AM On March 24, 2020 - Duane Morris LLP

Food and Agriculture: Here, too, the list of essential functions broadly captures a wide swath of the food and agriculture segment to ensure that this critical industry remains functional.
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Foreclosure activity hits lowest point in 15 years

There were a total of 48,004 properties with foreclosure filings in February 2020, the lowest number since Attom began tracking the data in April 2005.
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Kellyanne Conway Keeps Attacking Joe Biden for Staying Inside

While leaders across the country are urging Americans to stay in their homes to stop the spread of the coronavirus, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway is openly mocking former Vice President Joe Biden for setting that example. “Why doesn’t Vice President Biden call the White House today and offer some support? He’s in his bunker in Wilmington,” Conway said Wednesday morning on Fox & Friends. In her next breath she added, “I have to tell you, we’re not talking about politics here at the White...
Tags: News, White House, Joe Biden, United States, Biden, Msnbc, Donald Trump, Delaware, Trump, Bernie, Conway, Wilmington, Kellyanne Conway, Kate Bedingfield, White House Conway, Conway Biden


At The Mercy Of The Unpredictable Coronavirus, States Gird For June Primaries

June 2 has become a late-breaking major voting day for the 2020 primary calendar, after six states pushed back their elections amid the coronavirus pandemic.  Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island have now joined Washington D.C., Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota in holding primaries on that day.  But the ongoing coronavirus crisis, which prompted the delays, looms large over that early summer date. Whether the worst will be past in the ten...
Tags: New York, News, Maryland, Washington, Kentucky, Dnc, South Dakota, New Jersey, New Mexico, Louisiana, Rhode Island, Delaware, George Washington University, Elijah Cummings, Rosenberg, TPM


Opinion: Coronavirus threatens US democracy

Over the weekend, New York joined Delaware and Pennsylvania as the latest states to move their primaries to June in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, the territory of Puerto Rico, which had already moved its primary to late April, now finds itself less than a month away from holding an election, pending another postponement.
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The threat that coronavirus poses to US democracy

Over the weekend, New York joined Delaware and Pennsylvania as the latest states to move their primaries to June in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, the territory of Puerto Rico, which had already moved its primary to late April, now finds itself less than a month away from holding an election, pending another postponement.
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Opinion: The threat that coronavirus poses to American democracy

Over the weekend, New York joined Delaware and Pennsylvania as the latest states to move their primaries to June in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, the territory of Puerto Rico, which had already moved its primary to late April, now finds itself less than a month away from holding an election, pending another postponement.
Tags: New York, News, Pennsylvania, Stories, Delaware, Puerto Rico


Do I Have to Pay My Rent or Mortgage During the Pandemic?

As March winds down, at least 250 million Americans have been told to stay home or “shelter in place” to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Problem is, many can’t help wondering if they can still afford a place to shelter in—if they ever could.Long before the coronavirus pandemic, generous swaths of the United States faced an affordable housing crisis. With millions of Americans losing their jobs and millions more facing unemployment in the near future thanks to a concerted economic shutdown gear...
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Census Tweaks Its 2020 Count Plans Due To The Pandemic

The Census Bureau is continuing to adjust its operations in light of the coronavirus outbreak. On Saturday, the Bureau announced it was extending its freeze on in-person operations until at least April 15, after previously delaying them until April 1. Here are some of the other tweaks COVID-19 has forced the Bureau to make to its survey plans, via a chart created by NALEO: The deadline for self-response to the survey has been extended from the end of July to mid-August. Its initial round of ...
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Ill man seeks return to US amid West Bank virus restrictions

Ismail “Sam” Mousa is very worried. The 48-year-old Uber driver and Subway worker from Delaware has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which means contracting the coronavirus could be deadly for him. With the help of U.S. diplomatic officials, Mousa and his 12-year-old daughter, Anisa, have been granted permission to fly home later this week from Tel Aviv, Israel — if Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu doesn't lock down the country to contain the spread of the coronavirus.
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Relax about Biden

In the eternity since former Vice President Joe Biden turned his presidential campaign around by winning the South Carolina primary in a blowout — it was actually just a month ago — a lot of things have changed.A pandemic has been declared. Deaths from the novel coronavirus have surged to more than 30,000 around the world and nearly 2,500 at home. The stock market has crashed, with the Dow dropping thousands of points. Much of the economy has been put through a sudden stop as millions of America...
Tags: Florida, New York, News, Congress, Senate, White House, Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Fox News, Michigan, Biden, Andrew Cuomo, Donald Trump, Vermont, Delaware, South Carolina


The Latest: Trump could call for Congress to reconvene

The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic. The new coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms for most people. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness or death.TOP OF THE HOUR:— Trump extends stay-at-home guidelines for another 30 days.— New York state nearing 1,000 coronavirus deaths.—Britain on emergency footing for first time since WWII.___WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump says Congress should re-convene if some Americans d...
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Donald Trump in 'near tie' with Joe Biden, new poll finds

Washington Post-ABC News poll puts former vice-president ahead by 49% to 47% among registered votersDonald Trump has gained ground on his probable challenger in November’s presidential election and is in a “near tie” with Joe Biden, according to a new poll released on Sunday.The Washington Post-ABC News poll put the former vice-president ahead by 49% to 47% among registered voters. In February, the same poll put the US president seven points behind.Amid the coronavirus crisis, respondents favour...
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DHS Says Firearms Retailers, Manufacturers ARE ‘Essential Businesses’: BREAKING NEWS

Editors Note: Readers, please share this article with your state, local and federal representatives, police departments and sheriffs as well local firearms retailers to make them aware of the new standing so we can get our local business back to work and fellow Americans the products they need to remain safe. DHS Says Firearms Retailers, Manufacturers Essential Businesses USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- The Department of Homeland Security has declared firearms manufacturers and retailers “essential...
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Delaware Backs Down, Allows Firearms Sales

Delaware General Assembly building. Bellevue, WA  -(AmmoLand.com)- The State of Delaware has backed away from closing gun shops during the current Coronavirus pandemic crisis, a decision the Second Amendment Foundation says is the right thing to do. Under the revised language of the state’s emergency order, “Firearms dealers may conduct sales of firearms, ammunition, and other goods directly related to responsible firearm storage and maintenance, by appointment only. No more than two appointme...
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Biden reportedly says Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto is in his 'top three' picks for VP

While reportedly setting up video equipment in Delaware over four days, former Vice President Joe Biden was apparently mulling over possible running mates.Biden told former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid that Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.) is one of his "top three" choices should he win the Democratic presidential nomination, Mediaite reported Thursday.Reid, who was also a longtime senator representing Nevada, is reportedly nudging Biden toward choosing Cortez Masto as his VP, and Biden...
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How Business Owners Can Help Shrink the Gender Pay Gap

Minimizing the gender pay gap to an eventual point of non-existence is an admirable goal that we should be striving towards. The gender pay gap, or the percent difference between the median yearly earnings of males and females working full-time, has long been a talking point, but the pace at which it has been shrinking can sometimes feel like that of a snail’s. That’s not to say, however, that improvements have not been made over time. And, a recent report published by LendEDU shed some light on...
Tags: Business, New York, Washington Post, Washington, Management, Wyoming, Arkansas, South Dakota, Connecticut, Mike Brown, Oklahoma, Wall Street Journal, Delaware, Right Now, Mike, U S Census Bureau


In Relation to My Previous Post

There's this:  Stay Alive, Joe Biden, a piece in The Atlantic published day before yesterday.Key graphs:Democrats—some independents, and some Republicans too—were terrified and furious at the prospect of another four years of Donald J. Trump. And as the weeks of the primary season ticked on, it became clear that there was one option to forestall that possibility, and his name was Joe Biden.Through it all—the fairly awful campaign events and confusing statements and garbled debate performances—th...
Tags: Politics, Guns, Joe Biden, Atlantic, Biden, Delaware, Bernie Sanders, Trump, Kevin, Donald J Trump, Linkery, My Previous Post, McClellandville


Customer Suit Exception and Stays for Judicial Economy

In re Sprouts Farmers Market, Inc. (Fed. Cir. 2020) Sprouts is a supermarket chain sued by Motion Offense, LLC in W.D.Tex. for infringing its patents, US10013158  & US10021052 (processing and sharing a “data object”).  The basic allegation in the case is that Sprouts’ is infringing the patents by using Dropbox.  After hearing that its customers were being sued, Dropbox itself brought a declaratory judgment action in D.Del. against Motion Offense seeking a non-infringement declaration. Asserting...
Tags: Texas, Law, Delaware, Patent, Fed, Albright, Federal Circuit, Tex, Western District of Texas, Cordis Corp, Sprouts Farmers Market Inc Fed, Motion Offense LLC, W D Tex, Tegic Commc 'n s Corp


As States Reshuffle the Primary Calendar, June 2 Is Suddenly Looking More Super

Seven states have moved toward holding their primaries on June 2, which now carries the biggest delegate haul since Super Tuesday. That could change how the rest of the Democratic race plays out.
Tags: News, Maryland, Montana, Indiana, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, New Mexico, Biden, Rhode Island, Delaware, Sanders, Bernard, Democratic National Committee


United States: Force Majeure Clauses And COVID-19 – Can Force Majeure Clauses Excuse Performance Under New York Or Delaware Law In A Pandemic? - Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

With the World Health Organization declaring COVID-19 a pandemic on Wednesday, March 11, 2020, businesses are likely to continue to feel its effects.
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Why June 2 Is Suddenly the Hottest Date on the Primary Calendar

As more states postpone primaries amid the coronavirus pandemic, June 2 now carries the biggest delegate haul since Super Tuesday. That could change how the rest of the Democratic race plays out.
Tags: News, Maryland, Montana, Indiana, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, New Mexico, Biden, Rhode Island, Delaware, Sanders, Bernard, Democratic National Committee


Delaware Postpones Presidential Primary

Delaware Gov. John Carney (D) postponed the state’s April 28 primary to June 2 in a modification to his state of emergency declaration. “The additional protections in this order are essential to help support Delawareans — especially our most vulnerable neighbors — as this situation evolves,” he said in a statement. “This is an extremely challenging economic situation for many of our neighbors, and we need to do what we can to support them.” In the same order, he barred landlords from evicting...
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Pelosi $2.5 Trillion Plan Has Mortgage Reprieve: Congress Update

(Bloomberg) -- Republicans and Democrats in Congress are negotiating with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Monday in an attempt to reach a compromise on Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s bill worth as much as $2 trillion to help soften the economic blow from the coronavirus pandemic.Here are the latest developments:Pelosi $2.5 Trillion Plan Has Mortgage Reprieve (8:26 p.m.)House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unveiled a $2.5 trillion, 1,400-page virus stimulus bill in a bid to shape talks on a rival Sena...
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Trump Urges Senate to ‘Make a Deal’ on Stimulus: Congress Update

(Bloomberg) -- Republicans and Democrats in Congress are negotiating with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Monday in an attempt to reach a compromise on Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s bill worth as much as $2 trillion to help soften the economic blow from the coronavirus pandemic.Here are the latest developments:Trump Urges Senate to ‘Make a Deal’ on Stimulus (6:27 p.m.)President Donald Trump urged the Senate to put partisan differences aside and pass McConnell’s nearly $2 trillion virus eco...
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Bike shops can remain open under Oregon Governor’s ‘stay home’ order

Most shops, like Upcycles in Woodlawn, have implemented serious distancing procedures already. (Photo: Upcycles) Amid a growing number of coronavirus infections and pressure from concerned Oregonians and public health officials, Oregon Governor Kate Brown has issued an executive order to encourage people to minimize physical contact. The “Stay Home, Save Lives” order clarifies which type of businesses must close and how to go outdoors without violating the order. Bike shops are not on the list...
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Pelosi Hopes for House Vote on Counterproposal: Congress Update

(Bloomberg) -- Republicans and Democrats in Congress are negotiating with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Monday in an attempt to reach a compromise on Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s bill worth as much as $2 trillion to help soften the economic blow from the coronavirus pandemic.Here are the latest developments:Pelosi Hopes for House Vote on Counterproposal (3:01 p.m.)House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she is hoping to bring House members back to Washington to vote on Democrats’ version of the...
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Nearly 1 In 3 Americans Told To Stay Home To Mitigate Coronavirus Crisis

On Sunday, Ohio, Louisiana and Delaware became the latest states to issue stay-at-home orders.
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Coronavirus forces states to order nearly one in three Americans to stay home

Nearly one in three Americans was under orders on Sunday to stay home to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic as Ohio, Louisiana and Delaware became the latest states to enact broad restrictions, along with the city of Philadelphia. The three states join New York, California, Illinois, Connecticut and New Jersey, home to 101 million Americans combined, as cases nationwide topped 32,000, with more than 415 dead, according to a Reuters tally. "Every piece of evidence that I can lay my han...
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Best NHL Player From Each U.S. State

The game of hockey still remains fourth among the major sports behind basketball, baseball and football in the United States, but the game has grown nationwide over the past few decades. George “Gerry Peirce Geran, a native of Holyoke, MA, was the first-ever American-born player to play in the NHL when he dressed for the Montreal Wanders during the league’s inaugural season of 1917-18. Since Geran’s debut, 1,274 players born in the United States have skated in at least one NHL game. Those pl...
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