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The Daily Review/Geoff Stoute
Monica Martin uses the seated row machine at Anytime Fitness in Morgan City Monday afternoon. Margaret Theriot, owner of Anytime Fitness franchises in Morgan City and Bayou Vista, said she will increase the gym capacity from 25% to 50%, in accordance with Gov. John Bel Edwards’ Phase Two reopening, on Friday.

Phase Two: Local businesses look forward to being a bit closer to normal

Phase Two of reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic means increased occupancy for local businesses and could mean a step in the return to normalcy for others, too.

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LSU Manship School News Service/Elizabeth Garner
The House on Friday passed a bill by Sen. Kirk Talbot, R-River Ridge, aimed at lowering auto insurance rates by limiting damage awards for injured people.

Auto crash lawsuit limits go to governor

BATON ROUGE — The House voted 72-28 Friday to pass a bill that aims to lower car insurance rates in Louisiana by limiting damage suits and awards to people injured in car accidents.

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