VP Pence on mask-gate—coronavirus testing in IN—Buttigieg for SecDef or SOS?—Sen. Young's uphill battle

It's unclear whether the state issued an RFP for the $17.5m deal.

By Adam Wren and design by Kris Davidson

TESTING, TESTING: Indiana officials tried to make up lost ground for a shortage of COVID-19 testing Tuesday, announcing a $17.9 million deal with OptumServe that would bring 20 testing sites to underserved locations across the state—and 30 more locations soon—over the next month. The deal could test as many as 100…

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