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Newsom signature removal deadline passes -6/12/21

June 8 was the deadline for voters who signed the petition to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) to request their names be removed from the petitions. County election offices now have until June 22 to report the number...

California mural honors frontline medical staff in the fight against covid-19 pandemic

A mural in Santa Monica, California, is being painted to honor frontline medical workers. At least 2,900 health workers have died since the Covid-19 pandemic began. https://youtu.be/2sVAX8bIDvM For More California news VISIT For more Health News Visit Here Be sure to check out...

Family plans to sue Riverside County Sheriff over Jurupa Valley man’s in-custody death-Ernie Teddy Serrano

(California News) Family members are speaking out after the release of surveillance video showing a violent altercation at a market in Jurupa Valley between Riverside County sheriff’s deputies and a man who later died. Ernie Teddy Serrano of Jurupa...

Crime victims’ families lash out at LA County DA George Gascon over new policies #recallgascon

On first day as L.A. County D.A., George Gascón eliminates bail, remakes sentencing rules New Los Angeles DA announces end to cash bail, the death penalty and trying children as adults LA's new DA George Gascon to drop...

Signatures filed for 2022 veto referendum to repeal California’s ban on flavored tobacco product sales

(The Center Square)-In California, a campaign committee funded by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco and Philip Morris USA filed signatures for a veto referendum to repeal the state’s law banning the sale of flavored tobacco products and tobacco product flavor enhancers. The...

Disney to layoff 4,000 more employees than it initially reported

The Center Square) - The Walt Disney Co. is planning to layoff about 4,000 more employees than it initially reported to the federal government because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In total, the company expects to layoff 32,000 employees in the upcoming...

California Businesses Go From Simmer to Boil Over Newsom’s Fine Dining

Bernard J. Wolfson and Anna Almendrala November 25, 2020 California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s maskless dinner with medical industry lobbyists and others at a Napa County restaurant where meals cost a minimum of $350 per head was just about the last...

City of L.A. sees record-breaking 300 homicides in one year, highest in a decade

The last time there were that many reported homicides in a year was in 2009. https://youtu.be/uO2u32ufc7Y

Proposition 22 Approved, Uber and Lyft Drivers to Remain Independent Contractors

Voters in California approved proposition 22, allowing Uber, and Lyft drivers to remain independent contractors. It’s a win for app-based companies. What does it mean for drivers and passengers? https://youtu.be/9x2_NomPJSI

Hearing set for Oct. 7 for state legislators’ lawsuit against Gov. Newsom

By Bethany Blankley | The Center Square Oct 3, 2020 (The Center Square) – Prior to the trial date of Oct. 21, a court hearing has been set for Oct. 7 in a lawsuit filed against Gov. Gavin Newsom by...
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