Trump and administration officials have blamed congressional Democrats for the issues states are facing after they failed to reach a deal with Republicans on the next stimulus package after unemployment benefits and a federal eviction moratorium granted in the CARES Act expired this month. … [Read more...] about Newsom warns of ‘massive’ budget cuts if California implements Trump unemployment plan
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It’s not the first, or second, or even sixth issue that comes up in most discussions of the deadlocked coronavirus stimulus negotiations. But federal assistance to state and local officials struggling with the difficulties of holding a general election during a pandemic is in the mix, and its enactment or abandonment could have a major impact on the chaos so many observers fear will transpire in November. … [Read more...] about Election Funding Is Being Held Hostage in Stimulus Standoff
Authorities have ordered mask wearing in public settings, restrictions on indoor dining and other social distancing measures in a bid to stem its latest outbreak. Those measures appear to have been successful in bringing numbers down from the more than 100 new daily cases reported at the end of last month. … [Read more...] about The Latest: Most of Singapore foreign labor cleared of COVID
“I know when the MAC made their decision, the phones were ringing in a lot of places, many of them quite honestly from other MAC coaches saying we’ve got a kid here, he wants to go, do you have a spot?" Chryst said. "To think that’s not happening would probably be naïve.” … [Read more...] about Spring college football: When? How much? Who plays?
This advice — given in a June 1 conference call with acting San Quentin Warden Ron Broomfield and other high-ranking prison staffers — was the first in a series of public health recommendations to be issued and ultimately dismissed by prison officials, Willis said in a letter to a Marin County Superior Court judge and in an interview Tuesday with The Chronicle. … [Read more...] about San Quentin officials ignored coronavirus guidance from top Marin County health officer, letter says