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As states reopen, which rules apply to which businesses?
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Plus: a program in California focused on housing the homeless during the pandemic, high school seniors facing a difficult decision and the life-saving properties of soap.
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Business owners are calling the NFIB with questions about how different rules work in different states, and sometimes different counties within those states.
Some are choosing cheaper schools, taking gap years, or staying closer to home. Others are hoping that, if college is online in the fall, tuition might be lower.
Some states, as they start to reopen, are putting out guidelines for those who want to sell items at garage, stoop and yard sales.
A vintage cafe and clothing store adapted to lockdown with a new business model. What will a partial reopening mean?
Cody Cassidy, author of "Who Ate the First Oyster?" said the inventor of soap had no idea about its life-saving potential.