2 new COVID-19 deaths, 123 new cases reported in Iowa
Des Moines Register: Two more people with COVID-19 in Iowa have died, Gov. Kim Reynolds announced today during a news conference, bringing the statewide total to 43. Another 123 people have tested positive for the illness, Pat Garrett, a spokesman for the governor’s office, confirmed. Reynolds during the news conference incorrectly stated the number of new cases as 113 after being given that information, Garrett said in an email. There have now been 1,710 positive tests statewide.

Trump: It’s my decision when to reopen U.S. economy
Reuters: President Donald Trump said today that it was his decision when to reopen the U.S. economy, not that of state governors. “It is the decision of the President, and for many good reasons. With that being said, the Administration and I are working closely with the Governors, and this will continue. A decision by me, in conjunction with the Governors and input from others, will be made shortly!” Trump wrote on Twitter. Under the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, state governments have power to police citizens and regulate public welfare.

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