"Messy Thicket" Impeding State Efforts to Fight COVID-19
3/26/20 6:06 PM
As COVID-19 deaths in Massachusetts rose to 25, a visibly frustrated Gov. Charlie Baker lobbed criticism Thursday at the federal government for the challenges states face in acquiring protective equipment and insisted that schools could return to session this spring if the coronavirus outbreak tails off.
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