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United States: AB 2355 Aims To Make Medical Cannabis Users A Protected Class In California - Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP

California Assembly Member Rob Bonta recently introduced Assembly Bill 2355 (AB 2355), which, if enacted, would make medical cannabis users a protected class in California. California was the first state...
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Antonio Brown reportedly charged in alleged assault of driver

A Broward County (Fla.) court document obtained by ESPN revealed that Brown is charged with felony burglary conveyance, misdemeanor battery and misdemeanor criminal mischief charges. Brown allegedly was involved in a dispute with a moving-truck driver outside his Hollywood, Fla., home on Jan. 21. The driver was attempting to deliver Brown's household items from California, per the criminal complaint.
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Coronavirus Update: Stockton Nurse Dies From COVID-19 Complications

LODI (CBS13) — A 57-year-old Stockton nurse died from coronavirus complications Tuesday. Jeffery Baumbach was a nurse at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Stockton. According to his daughter, he loved traveling with his family, rewatching his favorite movies, and doing puzzles. “My dad was a role model for everyone in the family. He loved my mom and all four of us kids. All his friends from work told me that he would always talk about us and was so proud of us,” Jeffery’s daughter, Kaila said. In m...
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California Nursing Students Get Path To Degree Amid Pandemic

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Thousands of California nursing students left in limbo over the past month by the coronavirus pandemic will have a path toward graduation after state regulators took action late Friday. Because of the outbreak, hospitals began shutting down hands-on training for medical students — a key requirement for graduation — because of the risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus. That left up to 10,000 nursing students who were close to graduating without a way to complete their deg...
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United States: COVID-19 Response: Temporary Suspension Of Cal-WARN Act 60-Day Advance Notice Requirement Amid COVID-19 Crisis - Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP

On March 17, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Executive Order N-31-20, which temporarily suspends Cal-WARN's 60-day notice requirement ...
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United States: Update For Mortgage Lender Operations In California - Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

On the evening of March 19, 2020, the Governor of California issued an order which requires all individuals living in the State to stay home or in their place of residence, ...
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What California is doing right to fight coronavirus

The Grand Princess cruise ship floated for days off the coast of San Francisco in early March like an omen to a coming disaster.
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A California ER nurse told her family that if she gets COVID-19 she doesn't want a ventilator and to give it to someone else who needs it more

"If I were to get really sick, my sisters know I don't want to take a ventilator from someone else who may need it," Paige said.
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At least 70 people infected with coronavirus linked to a single church in California, health officials say

A large and influential Russian language church near Sacramento, California, is denying it is at the center of a novel coronavirus outbreak.
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What California is doing right in responding to the coronavirus pandemic

California's efforts to stem the spread of the virus have been bold and controversial but appear to be working.
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Gov. Newsom: California Working To Secure 15,000 Hotel Rooms For Homeless During Coronavirus Crisis

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — California Gov. Gavin Newsom has announced a new project to try and house the homeless amid the coronavirus crisis. In his daily press conference on Friday, Newsom said that more than 6,800 hotel and motel rooms had been identified for use by California’s homeless population. An occupancy agreement has been reached for use of those hotel rooms, Newsom said. Newsom noted that the state was working to procure about 15,000 rooms in total. [email protected]: This is an operation be...
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Rural Counties Consider an Alternative Type of Social Distancing — Kicking Chicago Out of Illinois

This story first appeared at ProPublica. ProPublica Illinois is an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism with moral force. Sign up for The ProPublica Illinois newsletter for weekly updates. As she sat Wednesday on the covered deck at the 4-Way Saloon in Sidell, overlooking the town grain elevator, Leslie Powell made her way down the list of tasks she had scribbled on her yellow notepad. Asking the utility company for a payment plan was first. Powell’s husband, ...
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State Senate Leader: California Legislature Won’t Return April 13 Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

SACRAMENTO (AP) – A leader of the California Senate says the Legislature will not reconvene on April 13 because of the coronavirus outbreak. “Given what the governor and our public health officials have stated, it has become increasingly clear that the April 13th return date the Legislature envisioned isn’t feasible,” Sen. Toni Atkins, president pro tempore of the Senate, said Friday in a statement first reported by Voice of San Diego. “Our top priority has to remain helping flatten the COVID-19...
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Yolo County Schools Officially Close, Move To Distance Learning For Rest Of Academic Year Over Coronavirus

DAVIS (CBS13) — All Yolo County schools have officially closed for the rest of the school year and are now transitioning to distancing learning amid the coronavirus pandemic, officials say. Yolo County’s Office of Education made the move official on Thursday. Schools in the county, like nearly all public schools across California, shut their doors in March as concerns over the novel coronavirus grew. Earlier this week, state leaders recommended that schools prepare to stay closed for the rest of...
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United States: More California Counties And Cities Order Their Residents To Stay At Home - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Amador, Merced, and Ventura Counties: All three counties identified a similar list of "Essential Businesses" that are exempt from their respective stay-at-home orders. These "Essential Businesses"...
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Editorial: Hey, Gov. Newsom, give California renters a real eviction moratorium

The governor's announcement made it sound like renters had true protections, meaning many tenants could unwittingly end up setting themselves up for eviction.
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Coronavirus Response: ‘We’re Moving Way Too Slowly,’ California Homeless Advocate Says

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Since the beginning of an international pandemic, experts have known one population is particularly vulnerable to contracting and spreading the coronavirus: the homeless. Elected officials have vowed repeatedly to get homeless people indoors, but testing shortages and bureaucratic wrangling are making it difficult to help them. Relatively few of California’s 150,000 have been moved into individual quarters and there’s no indication of widespread checks on health and safety a...
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Coronavirus: What Will Flattening the Curve do for California?

Friday: A conversation with the official who led the rollout of the nation’s first shelter-in-place order.
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United States: COVID-19 And Workforce Reductions: Federal And California WARN Act Considerations For Employers - Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

With federal, state and local officials taking increasingly drastic measures to slow the spread of COVID-19, many businesses are facing difficult decisions about what to do with their workforces.
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Life Imitating Art For Northern California Journalist Who Played Reporter In ‘Outbreak’

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — As you shelter in place from this real-life outbreak, you may find yourself watching the Hollywood movie “Outbreak.” The movie was filmed in Northern California 25 years ago. The fictional town of Cedar Creek was actually shot in Ferndale, California. Local television reporter David Silverbrand was cast to play the role of a reporter in “Outbreak,” which was a box office hit. Now with the coronavirus outbreak, Silverbrand is living in the role he was cast to play. Silverbran...
Tags: Hollywood, News, California, California News, Sacramento, Outbreak, Ferndale, Cedar Creek, Coronavirus, David Silverbrand, Ferndale California Local, Silverbrand, Warner Brothers Silverbrand


California Journalist Who Played Reporter In ‘Outbreak’ Talks About Similarities To Coronavirus Pandemic

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — As you shelter in place from this real-life outbreak, you may find yourself watching the Hollywood movie “Outbreak.” The movie was filmed in Northern California 25 years ago. The fictional town of Cedar Creek was actually shot in Ferndale, California. Local television reporter David Silverbrand was cast to play the role of a reporter in the movie, which was a box office hit. Now with the coronavirus outbreak, Silverbrand is living in the role he was cast to play. Silverbrand...
Tags: Hollywood, News, California, California News, Sacramento, Outbreak, Ferndale, Cedar Creek, Coronavirus, David Silverbrand, Ferndale California Local, Silverbrand, Warner Brothers Silverbrand


Coronavirus Update: Expert Predicts Unemployment Rate Will Reach Record High

SACRAMENTO (CBS) – Boarded up businesses and employees out of work is becoming the norm across California, and the Employment Development Department (EDD) is releasing staggering numbers that prove it. During the final week in March, unemployment claims reached nearly 900,000, which was a 370% increase from the week prior. Employment Development Department Unemployment Claims March 15th-March 21st — 187,000 claims filed March 22nd-March 28th — 878,727 claims filed 370% increase over the course o...
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Coronavirus Update: Expert Predicts Unemployment Rate Will Reach Unprecedented High

SACRAMENTO (CBS) – Boarded up businesses and employees out of work is becoming the norm across California, and the Employment Development Department (EDD) is releasing staggering numbers that prove it. During the final week in March, unemployment claims reached nearly 900,000, which was a 370% increase from the week prior. Employment Development Department Unemployment Claims March 15th-March 21st — 187,000 claims filed March 22nd-March 28th — 878,727 claims filed 370% increase over the course o...
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California homeless advocate: 'We're moving way too slowly'


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Coronavirus Death: Solano County Reports First COVID-19 Death

SOLANO COUNTY (CBS13) — Solano County Public Health officials say an elderly resident has died from complications of the novel coronavirus. This is the first reported death in the county. As of Thursday, there are 61 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Solano County. Officials say the resident who died was 85 years of age or older and had multiple severe underlying health conditions. No other information about the resident was released. County health officials say 69% of their COVID-19 cases are indi...
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The N.R.A. Sees a Threat, and an Opportunity, in Covid-19

The group has retooled its message amid the pandemic and sued New York State to keep gun stores open.
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Ailing N.R.A. Finds New Rallying Cry: Keep Gun Shops Open

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the group has retooled its message and sued New York State to keep gun stores open.
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Coronavirus Economy: Gov. Newsom Announces Help For Small Businesses, New Critical Industry Job Posting Website

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Thursday several new tools to try and help small businesses and workers get through the coronavirus pandemic. Newsom highlighted a new website, OnwardCA.org, that aggregates thousands of job opportunities across critical industries still hiring and still operating. He noted that there were over 70,000 job openings posted from across the state. Governor Newsom says thousands of jobs are available at this very moment. There is now a website http...
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California Tax Initiative That Would Repeal Part Of Prop. 13 All But Assured Of Appearing On November Ballot

SACRAMENTO (AP) – Supporters of a proposed amendment to the California Constitution that would raise property taxes on some businesses by up to $12 billion a year announced Thursday they have collected more than 1.7 million signatures, all but assuring it will appear on the November ballot. The Schools & Communities First campaign says it is the most signatures ever collected for a ballot initiative. The campaign needs 997,139 verified signatures to qualify the amendment for the ballot. But by t...
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