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Live from NPR News, I'm Jack Speer.

A coaliation of five western states is asking the federal government for one trillion dollars in addition to aid to help handle the economic devastation casued by the coronavirus. As NPR's Eric Westervelt reports leaders of the five states sent a joint letter to congressional leaders earlier today.

In their letter governors in state legislator of leaders of Oregon, California, Washington state, Colorado and Nevada are urgently asking for additional one trillion dollars in direct relief from Capital Hill to support core state and local services. California governor Gavin Newsom said the aid is needed to avoid massive cuts to public health, safety and education.

Our fire fighters, our police officers, our first responders, they directly impact public educations and our teachers.

Some western states, just few months ago were looking at plush budget surpluses, are now facing enormous deficits because of the ongoing, unplanned cause of the pandemic. Eric Westervelt, NPR News.

New York governor  Andrew Cuomo says some upstate areas that have shown progress in dealing with the coranovirus outbreak may be able to gradually restart economic activity by weeks end. But Cuomo also said other areas such as New York city will proberly take far longer to reopen. The governor during his regular coranovirus briefing today noting the three upstate regions, the Southern Tier, Mohawk Valley and the Finger Lakes region have all met the criteria for opening some business activity after May 15th. Cuomo shut down the entier state March 22nd.

It was a mixed day on Wall Street today. NPR's Scott Horsley reports Blue Chip stocks ended lower but the tech heavy NASDAQ was higher.

Unlike many recent days, when stocks turned to move up or down in tandem, investors were choosy bidding up some shares while dumping others. The Dow Jones industrial average fell 112.9 points while nearly 0.5%, or the NASDAQ rose more than 0.75%. The S&P 500 index was basically flapped. Health care stocks were up but shares and energy companies were down. Stock in under arm, under wire. Shares fell more than 10% as the maker of athletic gear reported week than expected for its quarter sales. With more Americans eating in these days, sales were up at general meals, the grocery maker stock rose 1.75%. Scott Horsley NPR News, Washington.

US banks appear to be well position to support households and businesses during the current coranovirus crisis that's according to a top US central banker, who testified before a senate committee today. Federal Reserve's vice chair for supervision Randal K. Quarles said banks will be lending to credit worthy firms processing transactions in helping its conduits for US government economic support help stablize the financial markets. Quarles retold lawmakers banks may need to do more and said their health would depend on the health of the overall economy as a hole which in turn he said depends on the public health reponse to the coranovirus pandemic.

You are listening to NPR.

The federal emergency management agency and the White House have not made legal services funding available to survivors of the pandemic. NPR's Rebecca Hersher reports FEMA usually provides money for legal service hotlines after disasters.

Disasters legal services are a standard part of the federal government's response to hurricanes, wildfires, floods and earthquakes. But despite request from Louisiana's governors, the president has not approved those services for those affected by the coranovirus pandemic. Meanwhile legal aid groups around the country say there is enormous need for legal help. Laura Tuggle, directs southeast Louisiana legal services and says clients are calling with the range of problems.

Issues regarding housing, addition, the legal walkout, unemployment.

Many workers also need to help preparing wills and other documents in case they die from COVID-19. FEMA says outstanding state request for help are quote, under review. Rebecca Hersher, NPR News.

Micro blogging site Tweeter says it intends to warn users for the label when tweet contains editor dispute of misleading information about the coranovirus. The company announcing today it will take a case by case approach now decides which tweets are labelled. Some messages will have a label underneath with links directing users on whether they can find addition information about COVID-19. Other tweets will be covered entirely by alerts. They tell users the information is quote, in conflict with guidance from public health experts.

Crude oil futures prices move lower today amid some concerns of whether Saudi Arabia can actually put in place production cuts for the glut of oil on world markets. Oil fell $0.60 a barrel to end the session at $24.14 a barrel in New YOrk.

I'm Jack SPeer, NPR News.
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1.  A coalition of five western states is asking the federal government for 1 trillion dollars in addition to aid to help handle the economic devastation caused by the cv. NPR's XX reports. Leaders of the five states sent a joint letter to Congressional leaders earlier today.

In their letter, Governors and state legislative leaders of Oregon, California, Washington state, Colorado and Nevada are urgently asking for an additional 1 trillion dollars in direct relief from Capitol Hill to support core state and local services. California Governor Gavin Newsom said the aid is needed to avoid massive cuts to public health, safety and education.

"Our firefighters, our police officers, our first responders, the directly-impact public education and our teachers."

Some western states that just a few months ago were looking at plush budget surpluses, are now facing enormous deficits bcs of the ongoing unplanned costs of the pandemic.


2.  New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said some upstate areas that have shown progress in dealing with a cvo may be able to gradually restart economic activity by weeks end. But Cuomo also said other areas such as New York City will probably take far longer to reopen. The governor during his regular cv briefing today, is noting that three upstate regions, the Southern Tier, the Mohawk Valley, and the Finger Lakes region that all met the criteria for opening some business activity after may 15Th. Cuomo shut down the entire state March 22nd.


3.  It was a mixed day on Wall Street today. NPR's XX reports. Blue-chip stocks ended lower, but the tech-heavy NASDAQ was higher.

Unlike many recent days when stocks tended to move up or down in tandem, investors were choosy, bidding up some shares while dumping others. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 109 points, or nearly half a percent, while the NASDAQ rose more than three quarters of a percent. The S&P500 Index was basically flat. Health Care stocks were up, but shares in energy companies were down. Stock in Under Armour美国运动品牌安德玛 underwhelmed. Shares fell more than 10% as the maker of athletic gear reported weaker than expected first quarter sales. With more Americans eating in these days, sales were up for general meals. The grocery makers stock rose one and three quarters percent.


4.  US banks appeared to be well position to support households and businesses during the current cvc. That's according to a top US central banker who testified before a Senate committee today. Federal Reserves' Vice Chair for Supervision Randal Quarles said banks would be lending to credit worthy firms, processing transaction, and helping its conduits for US government economy support to help stabilize the financial markets. Quarles however told law makers banks may need to do more. And he said that their health would depend on how the overall economy as a whole which in turn he said depends on the public health response to the cvp.


5.  The Federal Emergency Management Agency and the White House has not made legal services funding available to survivors of the pandemic. NPR's XX reports Fema usually provides money for legal service hotlines after disaster.

Disaster legal services are a standard part of the federal government response to hurricanes, wild fires, floods and earthquakes. But despite requist from at least 30 governors, the President has not approved those services for those affected by the cvp. Meanwhile legal aid groups around the country say there's enormous need for legal help. XX directs Southeast Louisiana legal service and says clients are calling with a range of problems.
"Issues regarding housing, affiction, ilegal walk out, unemployment."
Many workers also need to help preparing wills and other documents in case they die from Cd. Fema says outstanding state request for help are "under-review".


6.  Micro blogging site Twitter says it intends to warn users with a label on tweet contains editor-distributed misleading information about the cv. The company is announcing today it would take a case-by-case approach to help decides which tweets are labeled. Some messages will have a label underneath with links directing users on where they can find  additional information about Cd. Other tweets will be covered entirely by alerts and tell users the information is "in conflict with guidance from public health experts". 贴标签、删帖


7.  Crude oil futures prices moved lower today amid some concerns over whether Saudi Arabia can actually put in place production cuts. With a lot of oil on world markets, oil fell 60 cents a barrel to end the session at 24.14 a barrel in New York.
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站在巨人和肩上 A coalition of five western states is asking the federal government for $1 trillion in addition to aid to help handle the economic devastation caused by the coronavirus. As NPR's W reports leaders of the five states sent a joint letter to congressional leaders earlier today.

In their letter, governors and state legislative leaders of Oregon, California, Washington state, Colorado and Nevada are urgently asking for an additional $1 trillion in director relief from Capital Hill to support core state and local services. California governor Gavin Newsom said the aid is need to avoid massive cuts to public health, safety and education.

"Our firefighters, our police officers, our first responders. They directly impact public education and our teachers."

Some western states that just few months ago were looking at plush budget surpluses are now facing enormous deficits because of the ongoing, unplanned cause of the pandemic.

New York governor Andrew Cuomo says some upstate areas that have shown progress in dealing with the coronavirus outbreak may be able to gradually restart economic activity by weeks end. But Cuomo also said other areas such as New York city will take will probably take far longer to reopen. The governor during his regular coronavirus briefing today noted the three upstate regions,the Southern Tier, Mohawk Valley and the Finger Lakes region that all met the criteria for opening some business activity after may 15th. Cuomo shut down the entire state March 22nd.

It was a mixed day on Wall Street today. NPR's S reports blue chip stocks ended lower, but the tech-heavy was higher.

Unlike many recent days when stocks tended to move up or down in tandem, investors were choosy,bidding up some shares while dumping others. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 109/112.9 points,or nearly 0.5%, while the NASDAQ rose more than 0.75%. The S&P 500 Index was basically flat. Health care stocks were up, but shares in energy companies were down. Stock in Under Armour underwhelmed. Shares fell more than 10% as the maker of athletic gear reported weaker than expected first quarter sales. With more Americans eating in these days, sales were up at Gereral Mills,the grocery maker's stock rose 1.75%.

US banks appear to be well-positioned support households and businesses during the current coronavirus crisis. That's according to a top US central banker, who testified before a senate committee today. Federal Reserves' vice chair for supervision Randal Quarles said banks would be lending to creditworthy firms, processing transaction and helping, as conduits for US government economy support, to help stabilize the financial markets. Quarles, however, told lawmakers banks many need to do more. And he said their health would depend on health of the overall economy as whole, which in turn he said depends on the public health response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency and the White House have not made legal services funding available to survivors of the pandemic. NPR's Rbic reports FEMA usually provides money for legal service hotlines after disaster.

Disaster legal services are standard part of the federal government response to hurricanes, wild fires, floods and earthquakes. But despite request from at least 30 governors, the president has not approved those services for those affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, legal aid groups around the country say there's enormous need for legal help. L directs Southeast Louisiana legal services and says clients are calling with a range of problems.

"Issues regarding housing, addiction,illegal lockout, unemployment." Many workers also need to help preparing wills and other documents in case they die from covid-19. FEMA says outstanding state request for help are "under-review" .

Micro blogging site Twitter says it intends to warn users with a label on tweet contains either disputed or misleading information about the coronavirus. The company announcing today will take a case-by-case approach now decides which tweets are labelled. Some messages will have a label underneath with links directing users on where they can find additional information about covid-19. Other tweets will be covered entirely by alerts that tell users the information is "in conflict with guidance from public health experts".

Crude oil futures prices moved lower today amid some concerns over whether Saudi Arabia can actually put in place production cuts. With a glut of oil on world markets, oil fell 60 cents a barrel to end the session at 24.14 a barrel in New York.
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A coalition of 5 western states is asking the federal government for 1 trillion dollars in addition to aid to help handle the economic devastation caused by the coronavirus. NPR's * reports. Leaders of the 5 states said it joined letter to congrational leaders earlier today. In their letter, governors and state legislative leaders of * , California, Washington state, * and * urgently asking for additional 1 trillion dollars in direct relief from capital hill to support court state and local services. California governor * *said it the aid is needed to avoid massive cuts to public help, safety and education. " Our firefighters, our police officers, our first responders, they directly impact public education, and our teachers." Some western states that just few months ago were looking at plush budget surpluses, are now facing enormous deficts because of the ungoing unplanned cause of pandemic.
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US banks appeared to be well-positioned to support the households and businesses during the current coronavirus crises. That is according to a top US central banker who testified before Senate Committer today. Federal Reserve's vice chair for supercision randle * said banks would be lending to credit worthy firms, processing transactions and helping its conduits was government ecnomic support help stablize the financial markets. * told law maker's banks may need to do more. * said that their health will depend on how the overall ecnomic as a whole which in turn he said depends on the public health response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The federal Emergency Management Agency in the White House has not made legal services funding  available to survivors of the pandemic. NPR's reports * usually provides money for legal service hotlines after disaster.

Disaster legal services are a standard part of the federal government response to hurricanes, wild fires, floods and earthquakes. But despite requist from at least 30 governors, the President has not approved those services for those affected by the cvp. Meanwhile legal aid groups around the country say there's enormous need for legal help. XX directs Southeast Louisiana legal service and says clients are calling with a range of problems.
"Issues regarding housing, affiction, ilegal walk out, unemployment."
Many workers also need to help preparing wills and other documents in case they die from Cd. Fema says outstanding state request for help are "under-review".

** site twitter says it attends to warn users with a label on tweet contains editor-disputed misleading information about the coronavirus. Company announcing today would take a case by case approach to help decides which tweets are labeled. Some massengers will have a label underneath of links directing users on whether they can find additional information about covid-19. Other tweets will be covered entirely by alerts and tell users the information is "in conflict with guidance from public health experts".


Crude oil furure prices moved lower today makessome concerns over whether Saudi * can actually put in place production cuts. With a lot of oil on world markets, oil fell 60 cents a barrel to end the session of 24.14 a barrel in New York.
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Live from NPR News, I'm Jack Speer.

A coalition of five western states is asking the federal government for one trillion dollars in addition to aid to help handle the economic devastation caused by the coronavirus. As NPR's Eric Westervelt reports, leaders of the five states sent a joint letter to congressional leaders earlier today.

In their letter governors and state legislative leaders of Oregon, California, Washington State, Colorado and Nevada are urgently asking for additional one trillion dollars in direct relief from Capitol Hill to support core state and local services. California Governor Gavin Newsom said the aid is needed to avoid massive cuts to public health, safety and education.

Our fire fighters, our police officers, our first responders, they directly impact public education and our teachers.

Some western states that just few months ago were looking at plush budget surpluses, are now facing enormous deficits because of the ongoing, unplanned costs of the pandemic. Eric Westervelt, NPR News.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says some upstate areas that have shown progress in dealing with the
coronavirus outbreak may be able to gradually restart economic activity by week’s end. But Cuomo also said other areas such as New York City will probably take far longer to reopen. The governor during his regular coronavirus briefing today noting the three upstate regions, the Southern Tier, Mohawk Valley and the Finger Lakes region have all met the criteria for opening some business activity after May15th. Cuomo shut down the entire state March 22nd.

It was a mixed day on Wall Street today. NPR's Scott Horsley reports blue-chip stocks ended lower but the tech-heavy NASDAQ was higher.

Unlike many recent days, when stocks tended to move up or down in tandem, investors were choosy - bidding up some shares while dumping others. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 109 points or nearly 0.5%, while the NASDAQ rose more than 0.75%. The S&P 500 index was basically flat. Health care stocks were up but shares in energy companies were down. Stock in Under Armour, underwhelmed. Shares fell more than 10% as the maker of athletic gear reported weaker than expected first quarter sales. With more Americans eating in these days, sales were up for General Mills, the grocery maker stock rose 1.75%. Scott Horsley NPR News, Washington.

US banks appear to be well-positioned to support households and businesses during the current coronavirus crisis - that's according to a top US central banker, who testified before a senate committee today. Federal Reserve's vice chair for supervision Randal Quarles said banks will be lending to creditworthy firms, processing transactions and helping as conduits for US government economic support to help stabilize the financial markets. Quarles however told lawmakers banks may need to do more and he said their health would depend on the health of the overall economy as a whole which in turn he said depends on the public health response to the coronavirus pandemic.

You are listening to NPR.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency and the White House have not made legal services funding available to survivors of the pandemic. NPR's Rebecca Hersher reports FEMA usually provides money for legal service hotlines after disasters.

Disasters legal services are a standard part of the federal government's response to hurricanes, wildfires, floods and earthquakes. But despite requests from at least 30 governors, the president has not approved those services for those affected by the
coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile legal aid groups around the country say there is an enormous need for legal help. Laura Tuggle directs southeast Louisiana legal services and says clients are calling with a range of problems.

Issues regarding housing, addiction, illegal lockout, unemployment.

Many workers also need to help preparing wills and other documents in case they die from COVID-19. FEMA says outstanding state requests for help are “under review.” Rebecca Hersher, NPR News.

Microblogging site Twitter says it intends to warn users with the label when tweet contains either disputed or misleading information about the
coronavirus. The company announcing today it will take a case-by-case approach to how it decides which tweets are labeled. Some messages will have a label underneath with links directing users on whether they can find additional information about COVID-19. Other tweets will be covered entirely by alerts to tell users the information is “in conflict with guidance from public health experts.”

Crude oil futures prices move lower today amid some concerns of whether Saudi Arabia can actually put in place production cuts with a glut of oil on world markets. Oil fell $0.60 a barrel to end the session at $24.14 a barrel in New York.



I’m Jack Speer, NPR News.
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