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Masks Required at Texas Polling Places, but Appeal Sought (1)

Texas election officials moved quickly to ask the Fifth Circuit to review a federal judge’s order that voters and poll workers are subject to the state’s mask mandate because of the coronavirus’ disproportionate impact on Black and Latino communities.

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Covid ‘Long-Haulers’ and Their Lingering Medical Bills

The scale and newness of the Covid-19 pandemic presents new questions about what treatments insurers will cover and who, ultimately, will pay for what could be years of medical care.

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