Suzanne Gamboa2h ago / 9:10 PM UTCA new U.S. citizen holds a flag to his chest during the Pledge of Allegiance at a naturalization ceremony at the New York Public Library on July 3, 2018.Drew Angerer / Getty Images fileCancellation of citizenship oath ceremonies and in-person interviews because of coronavirus means hundreds of thousands of people may not naturalize in time for November’s elections.If ceremonies and interviews remain shut down until October without remote alternatives created by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, about 441,000 people who would have been citizens would be deprived of the chance to vote, according to Boundless Immigration, a technology company that helps immigrants apply for green cards and citizenship.Read the full story here. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey donating $1 billion to coronavirus reliefI’m moving $1B of my Square equity (~28% of my wealth) to #startsmall LLC to fund global COVID-19 relief. After we disarm this pandemic, the focus will shift to girl’s health and education, and UBI. It will operate transparently, all flows tracked here:— jack (@jack) April 7, 2020 Pete Williams3h ago / 8:31 PM UTCAppeals Court restores Texas ban on abortion during pandemicA federal appeals court Tuesday threw out a judge’s order blocking the state from

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