Over the past two weeks, people across the country have been working online and learning to deal with social distancing and living in this COVID-19 pandemic.
Still, Congress continues working in such a way that several representatives have been at the capitol and tested positive. In a time of crisis, the highest levels of government need to practice what they preach.
Some are attending digital town halls, and now doctors are doing “telemedicine” video conferences while our kids are attending school online.
Democracy dies in isolation. The COVID-19 pandemic is challenging many aspects of our society as well as our government. The work of the republic, as well as any state government, must not be quarantined into oblivion.
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