Please note amended agenda, inclusion of Resolutions 19-R-128 & 19-R-129.

 

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President Trump and Joe Biden are getting closer to their face off in the first presidential debate. Topics including both men's records will be discussed as Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace moderates the debate. Meantime, Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson says the National Guard was brought in to assist local assets and make sure protests are handled in a peaceful way.       Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is refusing to meet with Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. Schumer tweeted that Republicans are pushing an "illegitimate process."       Atlanta voters are deciding today who will fill out the short remainder of the late Congressman John Lewis's term. Seven candidates are on the ballot for the special election in the 5th Congressional district.       Two NFL teams are suspending in-person activities due to a coronavirus outbreak. The NFL says eight members of the Tennessee Titans, including three players, have been infected. The team facility has shut down until Saturday and the Minnesota Vikings, who faced off against the Titans this past Sunday, are also stopping in-person activities.       Coronavirus cases and deaths in Florida continue to go up. The latest update from the state health department shows three-thousand-266 new COVID-19 infections and 106 additional virus-related deaths. Up in Illinois, Governor J.B. Pritzker will self-isolate for 14 days after one of his staffers tested positive for COVID-19.       General Motors will have to repay 28-million-dollars in tax incentives to Ohio after closing its Lordstown Assembly plant last year. That's about half the money the state had provided the automaker in tax credits.