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Georgia Senate Appropriations Chairman Jack Hill has died

Georgia’s lieutenant governor announced that Republican state Sen. Jack Hill has died.

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Mayor’s order gives immigrants access to city’s virus relief

Chicago’s mayor has ordered that immigrants who do not have legal status in the U.S. are eligible for all relief programs run by the city amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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No serious injuries reported after explosion at fuel plant

An explosion at a hydrogen fuel plant in North Carolina has damaged nearby homes but left workers without any serious injuries.

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Paul recovered from coronavirus; volunteering at hospital

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul says he has recovered from the coronavirus.

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Grains mixed, livestock higher.

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Black doctor jailed over $100 bill sues Charlotte, police

A North Carolina doctor is suing the city of Charlotte and three police officers over her arrest at a concert where she was accused of trying to pass a counterfeit $100 bill.

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Missouri lawmakers return to Capitol for virus funding bill

Missouri lawmakers are taking extraordinary steps to return to the usually crowded state Capitol on Tuesday to pass an emergency coronavirus funding bill.

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Spirit AeroSystems announces temporary layoffs

Thousands of Spirit AeroSystems employees in Wichita and other locations are being furloughed for three weeks without pay amid an outbreak of a novel coronavirus that has paralyzed air travel around the globe.

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Recent Kansas editorials

Recent Kansas editorials.