As the COVID-19 pandemic rolls into flu season, eyes all over the world are looking toward vaccines. Medical professionals are urging everyone to get the flu shot because the pandemic’s effect on flu season is still unknown.
Parents, teachers, and school administrators are grappling with how to open schools safely and responsibly in the fall. Just today (July 15th) the state of Kansas announced plans to delay school opening until after Labor Day. Here in Missouri, schools and colleges are working to decide what’s best for them. This article is the first … Continue reading Back to school in the era of COVID-19
Before COVID-19, Missouri lawmakers were a busy group with committee meetings, debating, voting, answering demands and calls from constituents, and, of course, campaigning. Now life for everyone is changing with the requirements of social distancing and keeping the virus at bay. Urgent work needs to continue, and as an expert in your field, you have … Continue reading Interacting with lawmakers while keeping your social distance