How States Can Tackle Covid-19 in the Absence of Federal Support

The White House has abandoned states. Here’s some advice for frustrated governors.

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I had a call with a Republican governor of a state in trouble and it gave me a sense of where we are. Here is what I learned.

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A blog from Medium for Covid-19 news, advice, and commentary.

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Former Medicare, Medicaid & ACA head for Pres. Barack Obama. https://twitter.com/ASlavitt

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