Mitch Mcconnell, Bear Creek Lake Park, Senate discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

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Than a 1,000,000 ballots have already been either dropped off or sent in to the nation's capital, where Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell thinks the US must find a responsible middle ground and dealing with the ongoing Corona virus pandemic. We cannot go back to April. We cannot go right back to normal. We need new route change. New rulers and new strategies for this new middle ground. McConnell called it a matter of common sense. He's also encouraging everyone to wear a face mask outside of their homes. More than a dozen states experiencing surges in the virus, notably Florida, Texas and Arizona. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says her boss's encouraged that quote fatalities are coming down for aware that their embers that needs to be put out But the's signs of decreasing fatality they are working. McEneaney says President Trump has no problem with face masks and wants people to follow guidelines and their local jurisdictions. There are now more than 2.5 million confirmed cases of Corona virus in the U. S and the death rate has exceeded 128,000. Big crowds are expected for the fourth of July at Bear Creek Lake Park, with limited options to celebrate because of covert 19 and the reopening of the Big Soda Lake swim beach officials are expecting record attendance for the holiday. 6000 people showed up for the holiday last year. Visitors are encouraged to arrive early because no re entry will be allowed Part Gates Open at 6 a.m. During the summer, there's a new state park in Colorado Governor Pola signed a bill into law providing millions of dollars to develop Fisher's peek into a park to be enjoyed by everybody for hiking, biking..

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