In other news, more states with governors who are capable of agreeing to reasonable standards have formed another group for coordinating the reopening of their economies. This Midwestern group includes Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky.
Yes, speaking as a former resident of 26 years, Kentucky is Midwestern, not southern.
Meanwhile, the $350 billion approved for the coronavirus Paycheck Protection Program at the Small Business Administration ran dry today and we don't actually know where the $350 billion went, at least not yet.
Finally, vaping Congressmen Duncan Hunter apparently did more crimes after resigning from office for doing the exact same crimes.
The “Duncan D. Hunter for Congress” committee filed a document to the Federal Election Commission on Wednesday that revealed Hunter had used campaign money to pick up a $137.20 bill at Hawk ‘n’ Dove, a bar in D.C., on January 9.
That was a mere two days after he submitted his letter of resignation and a little over a month after he had pleaded guilty to campaign fund misuse.
Hunter was handed an 11-month prison sentence in March. His abuse of donor money included flights for his pet rabbit, fine dining, and luxury vacations with five women with whom he was having extramarital affairs.