Dick Kovacevich, former CEO of Wells Fargo bank, thinks most Americans should return to work in April, urging that we "gradually bring those people back and see what happens."
Many people who know me will confirm that I don’t get “writer’s block.” Ever. I once told someone — and not very humbly I might add — that I could write about any topic given to me, including a knat.
Florida’s annual 60-day legislative session was supposed to end on March 13 but went into a short overtime to finish the budget and the required 72-hour cooling-off period before a final vote on the state’s spending plan.
The fear and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic may feel new to many of us. But it is strangely familiar to those who lived through the polio epidemic of the last century.
OUR POSITION: It often takes a crisis or tragedy to bring people together and that’s what we are starting to see, hoping to see, here as the COVID-19 virus takes its toll.
OUR POSITION: For now, it’s best to follow the government’s lead for everyone’s safety, but we have to ask how long can we stay shut down and how much good is it doing.