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Trump Gives CDC Authority to Halt Evictions During Pandemic

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Trump Gives CDC Authority to Halt Evictions During Pandemic

Trump Gives CDC Authority to Halt Evictions During Pandemic

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order giving the CDC authority to temporarily stop evictions.


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First responders? Long-term care patients? CDC committee considering who's in group '1a' for COVID-19 vaccine.

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First responders? Long-term care patients? CDC committee meets to consider who's in group '1a' for COVID-19 vaccine.

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Who Will Get the Coronavirus Vaccine First?

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