Phase I: The Tipline for 2 June 2020
The nation’s capital returned to lockdown last night after scattered looting and vandalism on Sunday night. Monday’s curfew – lasting from 7pm to 6am – came only days after businesses began to reopen during “Phase I” of the city’s return from coronavirus restrictions. Restaurants are now open for patio and rooftop seating, with tables six feet apart. Athletic fields, dog parks and tennis courts are also open. In today’s Tipline, we have a merger of economics consultancies and look at how “political content” has escaped antitrust enforcement.
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