June 19, 2020 10:07 AM HomeMorning ReadsMid-Morning Reads for Friday, June 19 Mid-Morning Reads for Friday, June 19 By Nathan Morning Reads 0 Comments Good morning. I’m in for Ginny today, so here are your mid-morning reads for Juneteenth 2020. Here: A Confederate monument is removed from the square in downtown DecaturA Fulton Commissioner files petition challenging challenger’s victoryStandardized testing might get punted for the 2020-2021 school yearCOVID-19 is still a thingBill to privatize historic structures in order to save them is dead for this session There: Former Trump National Security Advisor John Bolton’s book is gonna drop, and it might have some dooziesOf course, former acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney says those doozies are just nothingburgersPresident Donald Trump will submit “enhanced papers” on SCOTUS’ DREAMer decisionAustralian Prime Minister warns of sophisticated cyber attacks that have hit the countryShould I stay or should I go? Yonder: Baseball is still on-hold until MLB and the players’ union come to terms–maybe they’ll decide before Opening Day 2021It’s not just cow farts that are putting methane into the atmosphereJust in case y’all are wondering, the 2020-2024 Amateur Extra Class question pool goes into effect on July 1stSpaceX have been putting a whole bunch of birds into orbit, but how will its SpaceLink service work? And that’s all for today. Have a good weekend, and maybe do our state and community and patronize local agribusiness. Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrRedditEmailPrint Related About Author nsmith Father. IT Geek. Former 14th District GOP Chairman (2015-2017). Former Walker GOP Chairman (2009-2013). Current Gwinnettian. American. Georgian. Republican. Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.