7 Things: North Alabama gets in on mandatory masks, distance learning will get more funding in Alabama, Sessions calls on Tuberville to release people from NDAs and more …

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7. Trump wants Wallace to apologize

  • Instead of apologizing, Wallace posted a statement to “the next generation and little ones following my footsteps.” He stated, “Your words and actions will always be held to a higher standard than others,” adding, “You will always have people test you.” Wallace concluded, “All the haters are doing is elevating your voice and platform to much greater heights!”

6. Keeping schools closed would be for political reasons

  • Trump explained that “Corrupt Joe Biden and the Democrats” want schools to stay closed throughout the fall semester “for political reasons, not for health reasons,” which he reasoned was to “help them in November.” Many people, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, have been advocating for children to return to the classroom.

5. Money going to schools for distance learning

  • Ivey’s office specified that the money will be separated into $10 million to have school buses equipped with WiFi, $26 million to help with learning and achievement gaps, $9 million to tutoring resources and $4 million for textbook and library resources.

4. Tuberville is leading in fundraising

  • Tuberville only has $448,204 cash-on-hand, while Sessions has $500,331 cash-on-hand. Sessions has spent slightly more, $688,639, than Tuberville, who has spent $663,004. From the period of June 25 to July 3, Tuberville raised $195,300 while Sessions raised $36,800.

3. Sessions calls for Tuberville to release people from their NDAs

2. Don’t violate your quarantine — you could be fined

  • In a statement released by the ADPH, the coronavirus is described as “dangerous, and sometimes, deadly virus.” The ADPH said that violating “the home quarantine is a misdemeanor” and can result in fines for the required 14-day quarantine.

1. Cover your face

  • Face coverings will be required in indoor spaces, public transportation and outdoor public areas with 10 or more people. While they’re not required for church and worship services, they’re strongly encouraged. Exceptions do exist, such as for those younger than two-years-old or while eating and drinking.

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