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As the novel coronavirus spreads — and fears over the virus seem to spread even faster — how do we separate fact from fiction? What’s the best thing to do if you suspect that you may have been exposed to the disease? And how well are we, as a nation, responding to this pandemic? USA TODAY’s Editorial Board has been meeting with leading experts who are assessing the country’s progress and honing in on the most beneficial public messaging. Below, watch short video interviews or click the links for the full Q&A.

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It was 2012, and Ferrell Scott was watching television inside Pennsylvania’s Allenwood federal penitentiary when he learned that the sale of marijuana, something he was given a life sentence for just four years earlier, was becoming legal in two states.

Colorado had approved its recreational use, the inmate learned from the broadcast, and so had Washington.

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