Michigan lawmakers slam "highly inadequate" food given to National Guardsmen still protecting the Capitol
As a result, he said, the 983 members of the state's National Guard still protecting the Capitol were often forced to purchase food with their own money. "Since January 6, there have been no National Guard members hospitalized because of illness from food. "The National Guard continues to closely monitor the quality and safety of meals provided to its personnel." Approximately one-fifth of the National Guard troops still working within the Capitol perimeter are from Michigan, CBS affiliate WUSA9 reported. All National Guard troops will leave Capitol grounds by March 12, the outlet said.cbsnews.com
The Latest: Biden raises record $383 million in September
Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden arrives to speak at Southwest Focal Point Community Center in Pembroke Pines, Fla., Tuesday Oct. 13, 2020. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)WASHINGTON – The Latest on the 2020 presidential race (all times local):9:45 p.m.Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden raised $383 million for his election effort in September, a record-breaking sum that eclipses the unprecedented fundraising from the previous month. The gobs of cash Biden has raised since securing the nomination amount to a complete reversal in fortune for the former vice president. In the months since, a flood of donations and low spending has enabled him to eclipse President Donald Trump’s once-formidable cash reserves. In lieu of a formal debate, President Donald Trump has agreed to answer voters’ questions during a town hall program sponsored by NBC News on Thursday night.
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That means health care professionals account for about 15% of all Mexico’s confirmed coronavirus cases, and about 18% of all COVID-19 deaths. Active-service health care workers largely mirrored Mexico’s over-all fatality rate of almost 67 COVID-19 deaths per 100,000 inhabitants. The state’s average number of confirmed COVID-19 cases increased from 476 cases a day on Sept. 29 to 685 cases on Oct. 13. Before then, the only confirmed coronavirus death in a Missouri veterans home was in April in north St. Louis County. There were an additional 1,121 confirmed cases, bringing the total to 102,614 since the pandemic began.