Midday News To Use: 10.20.2020

To Mute or Unmute
Thursday’s debate between the incumbant and the hopeful will be a little different than their previous meeting. In an attempt to make things a little more civil. The Commission on Presidential Debates says there is a plan to mute an opposing candidate’s microphones while the other person speaks. This should be interesting.
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Count the Vote
The GOP of Pennsylvania’s plan to limit the time period in which mail-in ballots can be counted has been rejected by the Supreme Court. In Pennsylvania, if a ballot is received within three days of election day, even if it does not have a postmark, it will be countied. Meanwhile, Colorado Gov. Jared Polis has activated members of the National Guard to assist in cybersecurity defense efforts during the election.
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The Survey Says!
According to a Pinellas County Schools spokesperson, only 995 students want to continue online learning. The rest of the 14,711 students want to go back to face to face learning. And no suprise, all of the parents want the kids to go back. These are the results as of October 6th, of a survey conducted by the County.
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Going Down
Have you ever wanted to live in San Francisco and thought it was just too expensive? Think again, at least as far as rent is concerned. As has been the case since Covid hit, many companies have had people working from home. That is expected to continue well into 2021. So many people are leaving expensive cities like San Francisco. Rents there are down at least 25%. So if cities like San Francisco have been a dream, you might be able to live it.
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Busting Breast cancer
Breast Cancer awareness month. We are going to bust a myth. Big breast cancer myth is that Young women don’t get breast cancer. Not true of the more than 178,000 women that develop the disease each year. 11,000 are under the age of 40.
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