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    Trump uses Defense Production Act to require GM to make ventilators

    The president turned his ire on the automaker earlier Friday, singling out CEO Mary Barra for criticism.

    “As usual with ‘this’ General Motors, things just never seem to work out,” Trump tweeted. “They said they were going to give us 40,000 much needed Ventilators, ‘very quickly’. Now they are saying it will only be 6000, in late April, and they want top dollar. Always a mess with Mary B.”

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    Woman’s Sorority Sisters Surprise Her With Song And Prayer While She’s Quarantined Doing Chemo

    This story is very touching and we had to share it. The love that these AKA’s showed their line sister is just remarkable.

    In the midst of this quarantine craziness, my mom’s linesisters found a way to show their support, make her smile and keep her fighting! She has been having a rough couple of days – the side effects from her medication are kicking in, plus the fluid that has been forming around her heart and lungs have made it hard for her to breathe. Her linesisters had the most beautiful idea to come over and sing to her to lift her spirits – and of course they maintained social distancing… because Coronavirus. Although its a strange time in the world right now, not being able to hug and gather with loved ones the way you normally would, perhaps self-quarantining and social distancing is allowing space for creativity in how we show up for those we love the most. I am so grateful for the happiness and love that the Fabulous 15 brought to my mom today. This is what our wonderful sisterhood is about, and you ladies have shown up in the most incredible way. THANK YOU 

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    Apple offers free consultations to help teachers make the best of online learning

    Teachers across the nation have been expected to flip the switch to online learning when schools started closing their doors in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus in the U.S.

    “We have really great resources at school, but we don’t get to take those home,” said Sammy Brandt, a fourth-grade teacher in Jackson County, Michigan. 

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