Today’s news includes the big jump in coronavirus cases and the nationwide outpouring of people marching for justice. The line is open.

Also: A group has again assembled at the Capitol for another day of demonstrations. Ollie Neal, the retired judge and civil rights veteran, was among the first speakers.


UPDATE: peaceful at 7:45 with most demonstrators gone. Police Chief Keith Humphrey marched away with them from the Capitol.

Brian Chilson
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