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FPC on Court Denial of a Restraining Order in L.A. Gun Store Closure Lawsuit

Gun Shop Store Sign U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) issued the following statement after Federal District Judge André Birotte Jr., a Barack Obama appointee, denied a request for a temporary restraining order in a federal civil rights lawsuit in Los Angeles: Unfortunately, the Court’s utterly absurd and misguided constitutional analysis allowed the City of Los Angeles and other defendants to continue violating the fundamental, individual rights of millions of pe...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, California, Court, Los Angeles, Barack Obama, United States, Gavin Newsom, State, Los Angeles County, Ninth Circuit, FPC, Angell, Newsom, Firearms Policy Coalition, Gun Rights News


Nursing rule waiver is finally approved to help deal with coronavirus outbreak

From the outset of the coronavirus outbreak, officials have worried that patients would overwhelm medical facilities and there would be too-few health staff to deal with a spiraling number of sick people. States including Maryland and New York quickly relaxed regulations that kept qualified nurses from finishing their degrees and being available at hospitals and clinics. That was a sensible approach that California recently – albeit belatedly – adopted. On March 30, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a fa...
Tags: New York, Maryland, California, Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Editorials, Associated Press, States, Gavin Newsom, Department Of Consumer Affairs, California Medical Association, Related Articles Trump, Sen John Moorlach R Costa Mesa, California Board of Registered Nursing, Kimberly Kirchmeyer


Homebuilding’s vital role in difficult economic times

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, our nation is facing a tremendous amount of uncertainty when it comes to the health of our residents and the future of our economy. Skyrocketing unemployment, coupled with a volatile stock market, has led to one of the most fragile economic periods in history. Before the coronavirus outbreak, the most pressing issue in California was how to address the state’s severe affordable housing crisis. Now the two crises have converged, placing the state at a major crossroa...
Tags: California, Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Trump, Anaheim, Irvine, Public Policy Institute of California, GLENDORA, Guest Commentary, Jeff Montejano, California Homebuilding Foundation


Coronavirus: California halts lender foreclosures, renter evictions

Almost all California foreclosures and evictions have been put on hold for the foreseeable future. The state’s Judicial Council on Monday, April 6 issued emergency orders that stop lenders’ efforts to foreclosure on mortgages and landlords’ ability to evict tenants — except in cases where public health or safety are involved. The Judicial Council is the rule-making arm of the California court system. These actions are its way of implementing various mandates from Gov. Gavin Newsom attempting to ...
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California Court Leaders Suspend Evictions Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California judicial leaders on Monday adopted a statewide emergency order suspending evictions to help deal with the coronavirus crisis that has crippled the court system. It was one of eleven temporary rules adopted by the state’s Judicial Council during a second emergency meeting since the coronavirus pandemic started. The order delays all eviction cases from moving forward, not just those related to people not being able to pay rent due to the virus. It follows an ex...
Tags: News, California, California News, Poverty, Ap, Evictions, Gavin Newsom, Sacramento Calif, Newsom, Harnden, Coronavirus, Sasha Harnden, state s Judicial Council, Western Center


Coronavirus Surge: Local Experts Say California’s Peak Could Come In 11 Days Or More

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — You may have heard that we should expect this week to be the worst across the nation in regard to the coronavirus, but what does that mean for us in California? If you’ve followed the news at all this weekend, you likely heard some form of this warning from the Surgeon General: “This is going to be the hardest and saddest week of most American lives quite frankly. This is going to be our Pearl Harbor moment, our 9/11 moment only its not going to be localized it’s going to be...
Tags: New York, California, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sacramento County, Louisiana, Pearl Harbor, Gavin Newsom, Bay Area, Department of Health and Human Services, UC Davis Health, Olivia Kasirye, The Institute for Health Metrics, Kasirye, Chair of the Department of Public Health


Coronavirus Response: Questions Remain On How California Health Corps Will Operate

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – As tens of thousands of retired health care workers and medical students sign up to join the army of the California Health Corps, there are still questions about where they will serve and when. Gov. Gavin Newsom said you could see patients being seen at Sleep Train Arena by April 20. Mary Carroll Todd, a retired nurse, spoke with CBS13 while waiting to hear whether she’ll be deployed as part of the California Health Corps. She says, she’s willing to go anywhere. “It doesn’t ...
Tags: News, California, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Gavin Newsom, Sleep Train Arena, Newsom, Health Corps, Governor Gavin Newsom, Coronavirus, California Health Corps Will Operate, Mary Carroll Todd, Health Corps She, Newsom Newsom


California to Lend 500 Ventilators to National Stockpile

California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the state would lend 500 ventilators to the national stockpile for use by New York and other states experiencing a crush of coronavirus-related hospitalizations, even as he said the nation's most populous state needs to find more ventilators of its own.
Tags: New York, News, California, Gavin Newsom, Coronavirus


Gov. Newsom Tours Sleep Train Arena As Work Starts To Turn It Into Coronavirus Surge Hospital

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Work is underway to convert the old Sleep Train Arena building into a surge hospital as California continues to prepare for an expected spike in coronavirus cases that could strain the state’s healthcare system. California Gov. Gavin Newsom toured the old arena on Monday and talked about how it was just one of more than 4,000 surge sites identified by the state. #BREAKING @GavinNewsom speaking at Sleep Train Arena this noon: 400 beds will be available for patients with mild...
Tags: News, California, Sacramento Kings, Local, Sacramento, Gavin Newsom, Vivek Ranadive, Sleep Train Arena, Newsom, Ranadive, Dina Kupfer, Coronavirus


U.S. Deaths Top 10,000; Possible Plateau in N.Y.: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) -- More signs emerged that the crisis may be easing in some areas, sending stocks soaring. Italy, France, Germany and Spain reported lower numbers of new cases. In New York, Governor Andrew Cuomo said deaths were showing indications of hitting a plateau. U.K. deaths slowed for a second day, even as they passed the grim milestone of 5,000. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who was hospitalized Sunday after 10 days in isolation, was moved to an intensive-care unit.JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chie...
Tags: Europe, New York, London, News, California, France, Oregon, Germany, Angela Merkel, Nigeria, Israel, Spain, Bloomberg, Austria, Hungary, Canada


LA County coronavirus deaths rise to 147, cases top 6,000

Los Angeles County health officials reported 15 new deaths and 420 confirmed new cases of the novel coronavirus on Monday, raising the death toll now to 147 people and the number of confirmed cases to 6,360. While the number of confirmed cases has dropped slightly from a high on Saturday of 711 and Sunday of 663, Monday’s numbers should not give residents much hope that the curve that tracks new cases was in fact flattening. In fact, the message from county Health Director Barbara Ferrer was jus...
Tags: New York, News, California, Disney, Sacramento Kings, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, United States, Long Beach, Lausd, Orange County, Riverside County, Gavin Newsom, Los Angeles County


Volunteerism rises during COVID-19 crisis

“We have the ability to do martial law … if we feel the necessity,” Gov. Gavin Newsom said during a March 17 press conference. He is one of many governors who have mulled extreme measures to deal with potential civic disorder during the COVID-19 crisis. We’re left, however, with a different impression about the state of life in these unprecedented times. Despite a few incidents of looting in San Francisco and some beach partiers who ignored social-distancing guidelines, Californians — and people...
Tags: California, Opinion, America, San Francisco, Tesla, Sport, Atlantic, Soccer, Editorials, Modesto, Gavin Newsom, Southern California, Santa Ana, Newport Beach, GE Ford, Mario Marovic


Coronavirus and our Second Amendment rights

While it is understandably difficult for state and local officials to sort out which types of businesses are “essential” and which are not, the coronavirus pandemic does not justify government-ordered shutdowns of gun stores. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s statewide lockdown order instructing “non-essential” businesses to remain closed in an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus was certainly imposed with good intentions. But as critical as it is to prevent the spread of coronavirus, it is also sti...
Tags: California, Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Editorials, Gavin Newsom, National Rifle Association, Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, Alex Villanueva, Newsom Los Angeles County


LA County giving $10,000 each to businesses as coronavirus hits bottom lines

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles County is launching a $500,000 fund to provide grants of up to $10,000 each to local businesses in need, officials announced Monday. Business owners should act fast, as applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis and closed once 150 applications are received. Supervisor Kathryn Barger said the Board of Supervisors and the Department of Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services joined together to create the fund. “The coronavirus pandemic...
Tags: Business, Politics, News, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Gavin Newsom, Los Angeles County, Board of Supervisors, Barger, LA County, San Fernando Valley, Solis, Hilda Solis


Purple & Bold: The NBA’s return is as cloudy as ever

Editor’s note: This is the March 30 edition of the Purple and Bold Lakers newsletter. To receive the newsletter in your inbox, sign up here. It’s now been almost a month since an NBA game was played, and I can tell you two things with a certain degree of confidence: 1) With a nation hungry for sports and a great deal of money on the line, the league and its teams are dispensing a lot of work to figure out a plan to resume the season. 2) As of now, with the nation under quarantine that has no def...
Tags: California, Washington Post, China, Sports, Sport, Soccer, New York Times, Nba, Ohio, Espn, Las Vegas, Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, Donald Trump, Hall of Fame, CBA


Possible N.Y. Plateau; Europe Sees Signs of Easing: Virus Update

(Bloomberg) -- More signs that the crisis may be easing in Europe emerged. Italy, Germany and Spain reported lower numbers of new cases, and the Netherlands had the smallest increase in deaths in a week. Austria took the first steps toward restarting its economy.U.K. deaths slowed for a second day, even as they passed the grim milestone of 5,000. Prime Minister Boris Johnson was hospitalized as a precaution after 10 days in isolation failed to improve his condition.JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Exe...
Tags: Europe, New York, London, News, California, France, Oregon, Germany, Angela Merkel, Nigeria, Israel, Spain, Bloomberg, Austria, Hungary, Canada


California lends 500 ventilators to 4 states, 2 territories

The White House said Monday that 500 ventilators on loan from California will be shipped to Nevada, Maryland, Delaware, the District of Columbia, the Northern Mariana Islands and Guam as the nation faces a crush of coronavirus-related hospitalizations. California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced earlier the nation's most populous state would share some of its ventilators, a necessary tool to keep struggling patients breathing, with the national stockpile even as it hunts for more of its own supplies...
Tags: New York, News, California, White House, District Of Columbia, Gavin Newsom, Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Newsom, Nevada Maryland Delaware


Coronavirus Fight: California Loans Out 500 Ventilators To Strategic National Stockpile

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Gov. Gavin Newsom says it is loaning out 500 ventilators to the Strategic National Stockpile inventory to help other states during the coronavirus pandemic. “We still have a long road ahead of us in the Golden State – and we’re aggressively preparing for a surge – but we can’t turn our back on Americans whose lives depend on having a ventilator now,” Newsom said in a statement on Monday. California has been preparing for an expected surge in coronavirus cases. Flattening The...
Tags: News, California, Washington, US, Local, Sacramento, Donald Trump, Gavin Newsom, Trump, Golden State, Newsom, Coronavirus


Coronavirus Updates: COVID-19 Headlines & Developments On April 6, 2020

Here are the latest coronavirus-related headlines for April 6, 2020. Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to address at his daily press conference on Monday preparations for an expected surge of coronavirus cases by the end of the month. 7:08 a.m.: Questions raised about California’s newly formed Health Corps. 6:21 a.m.: A California man who was diagnosed with the coronavirus and recovered has donated his plasma to help others fighting the potentially deadly virus. Here are some stories from the week...
Tags: Navy, California, Gavin Newsom, Health Corps, Coronavirus


Buying Time: California Preparing For Expected Surge In Coronavirus Patients

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to address at his daily press conference on Monday preparations for an expected surge of coronavirus cases by the end of the month. Experts say early and aggressive shelter-in-place orders may have spared California’s health care system from running out of hospital beds, but the system will still face enormous strain. There may still be shortages looming of ventilators and other essential equipment, experts warn. Part of the preparation work alr...
Tags: News, California, US, Local, Sacramento, Gavin Newsom, Natomas, Sleep Train Arena, Newsom, Coronavirus


As Thousands Join The Coronavirus Fight, There Are Few Rules For California Health Corps

SACRAMENTO (AP) – As tens of thousands of retired health care workers and medical and nursing students sign up for the newly established California Health Corps, almost nothing is known about how it will operate, how much it will cost and whether taxpayers will be liable for any malpractice. Gov. Gavin Newsom established the corps to staff the 66,000 additional hospital rooms he said could be needed when the coronavirus outbreak peaks in California in mid-May. Within three days sign-ups topped 7...
Tags: News, California, New York City, California News, Sacramento, San Francisco, Clarke, Andrew Cuomo, University Of California, Gavin Newsom, Miller, David Miller, Roberson, Coffman, Newsom, California Nurses Association


As Thousands Join, Few Rules For California Health Corps

SACRAMENTO (AP) – As tens of thousands of retired health care workers and medical and nursing students sign up for the newly established California Health Corps, almost nothing is known about how it will operate, how much it will cost and whether taxpayers will be liable for any malpractice. Gov. Gavin Newsom established the corps to staff the 66,000 additional hospital rooms he said could be needed when the coronavirus outbreak peaks in California in mid-May. Within three days sign-ups topped 7...
Tags: News, California, New York City, California News, Sacramento, San Francisco, Clarke, Andrew Cuomo, University Of California, Gavin Newsom, Miller, David Miller, Roberson, Coffman, Newsom, California Nurses Association


Coronavirus sheds light on how many Southern Californians still lack internet access

Jessica Lopez’s struggle to afford home internet service has always been inconvenient, making it tough for her 6-year-old daughter to do school assignments or for Lopez to complete online forms occasionally required by her employers at the Hilton of Anaheim. Now the coronavirus pandemic has moved her daughter’s kindergarten entirely online and shuttered her hotel, eliminating her job busing tables. And Lopez said her lack of internet access is forcing some tough decisions. Though she’s trying to...
Tags: Google, Politics, News, Education, California, Sport, Poverty, Friend, Soccer, Hilton, Long Beach, Starbucks, Guatemala, Orange County, Facetime, Chromebooks


Trump is using the states as scapegoats for his coronavirus calamity

One of defining features of President Trump's management of the COVID-19 outbreak has been his unprecedented willingness to shift the blame and responsibility to the states. Trump has suggested governors should act appreciative if they want the federal government's help, and said the states are the primary line of defense against the disease, while sitting back and watching as they bid against each other for lifesaving equipment.At his coronavirus press briefing Sunday, Trump managed — a...
Tags: New York, News, California, Washington, China, America, United States, Ohio, Illinois, Gavin Newsom, Trump, Don, Calif, Chicago Sun Times, McDonald, Inslee


Lodi Church Holds Palm Sunday Prayer In Parking Lot Days After Facility Is Ordered To Close Amid Coronavirus Crisis

LODI (CBS) – A Lodi church ordered to close and refrain from all physical gatherings during the coronavirus crisis went ahead with Palm Sunday prayer near the church parking lot after the locks were changed on the building where they hold mass. Cross Culture Christian Church holds its services in the Bethel Open Bible Church facility. Bethel Church was ordered to close its doors after Cross Culture Christian Church continued to meet amid during the statewide stay-at-home order. “We were greete...
Tags: Texas, News, Cdc, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Bird, Cbs, Lodi, Gavin Newsom, Duncan, Bethel Church, Dean Broyles, Jon Duncan, Lodi News, Coronavirus


United States: California Governor Partially Suspends Cal-WARN's 60-Day Notice Period For COVID-Related Closures - Mayer Brown

On March 17, 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Executive Order N-31-20, conditionally suspending enforcement of certain employer obligations under the state's Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act "as a result of the threat of COVID-19."
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California Court Leaders Consider Cutting Bail To $0

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California judicial leaders are expected to adopt a statewide emergency order setting bail at zero for lower-level offenses and suspending evictions and foreclosures to deal with the COVID-19 crisis that has crippled the state’s court system. The Judicial Council was scheduled to hold an emergency meeting on Monday to vote on nearly a dozen temporary rules, including a proposal to hold criminal and juvenile proceedings by video or telephone in order to ensure that defen...
Tags: California, Ap, Gavin Newsom, Sacramento Calif, Judicial Council


The NFL's return isn't following Trump's timeline

President Trump can say what he wants about the NFL, and other leagues, returning. Ultimately, it'll be state leaders like California Gov. Gavin Newsom make the call.
Tags: News, California, Sports, NFL, Gavin Newsom, Trump


Nunes Compares Homeless Population In California To ‘Zombie Apocalypse’

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) characterized California’s homeless population, which is highly vulnerable to contracting the coronavirus, as a “zombie apocalypse” during an interview on Fox News Sunday morning. When asked about California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s (D) initiative to place the state’s homeless population in hotel rooms in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, Nunes responded that the situation in his home state was already “quite dire” and compared it to a “zombie apocalypse” prio...
Tags: News, California, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Fox News, Gavin Newsom, Devin Nunes, Nunes, Summer Concepcion, TV Clip, Coronavirus, COVID-19


The toxic side effects of coronavirus lockdowns

Panic is dangerous. More people can be killed by the stampede than by whatever triggered it. Unfortunately, public officials in California have an incentive to fan the flames of panic. How else can a handful of elected officials with no specialized knowledge of anything except fundraising persuade millions of people to obey their directives to stay in their homes, watching from a distance as they lose their jobs and savings? It goes against human nature to sit quietly while being destroyed. Ther...
Tags: New York, California, Opinion, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Cnn, Soccer, United States, Associated Press, Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles Times, Stanford University, Gavin Newsom, Garcetti, Ioannidis