Supreme Court weighs in, requires witness signatures. The Supreme Court of the United States sided with state Republican leaders and absentee ballots will be required to have a signature. The Court did however say that ballots already mailed without a signature should be counted. Source: Washington Post
CDC says COVID-19 can spread via airborne transmission. The coronavirus can be transmitted by tiny airborne particles even if people stay farther than six feet apart according to new guidance added to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website Monday. Experts who study viruses have said for months it could be spread through aerosols. Source: NPR
Clyburn asks federal officials to review Gov. McMaster’s coronavirus school voucher program. House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn are asking federal education officials to review Governor McMaster’s program that would use coronavirus aid for school vouchers for private schools in what they called a “voucher scheme”. Source: AP
Charleston ranked No. 1 one small U.S. city for the 10th year. For the 10-consecutive year, Condé Nast Traveler named Charleston the top small U.S. city. Greenville came in at six and was the only other South Carolina city on the list. Source: WCBD
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