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Weekend Reads 5/16/20

 McConnell says Obama administration 'did leave behind' pandemic plan

“As to whether or not the plan was followed and who is the critic and all the rest, I don’t have any observation about that because I don’t know enough about the details of that ... to comment on it in any detail,” he added.

How the public perception of CEOs has shifted during the pandemic

The leaders with the highest scores have been highly visible during the crisis, Jutkowitz says, and communicated clearly, sometimes appearing in national ads for the brand and engaging often on other brand channels. They’ve also been empathetic. “Servant leadership really has come to the fore,” he says. “It’s leaders who think first of taking care of others, and less about themselves—’themselves’ actually means the brand.”

'We're the Wild West': Unmasked Wisconsinites crowd bars after the state Supreme Court struck down the governor's stay-at-home order

For the majority, Chief Justice Patience Roggensack described the emergency rule as a "controlling, subjective judgment." But liberal Justice Rebecca Dallet dissented, saying the ruling "undoubtedly go down as one of the most blatant examples of judicial activism in this court's history. And it will be Wisconsinites who pay the price."

How Rick Bright grabbed the spotlight and angered the Trump administration

“By not telling America the truth … people were not as prepared as they could have been and should have been,” Bright testified. “We did not forewarn people. We did not train people. We did not educate them on social distancing and wearing a mask as we should have in January and February.”

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