The administration is on target to complete its goal of 450 miles of this new border wall system by January. As Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad WolfChad WolfRubio warns that election interference may ramp up around Election Day 22 state attorneys general oppose proposed Trump immigration rule on foreign students and media Does the US owe amnesty to future illegal immigrants? MORE has stated, Border Patrol agents requested this wall system. And it works. Where the wall has been built, apprehensions decrease by at least 90 percent. … [Read more...] about Does the US owe amnesty to future illegal immigrants?
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• Give back. Sometimes the most helpful thing for our own mental health is helping others. Whether that’s helping contribute to a community food fridge, or reaching out to someone you know who may also be struggling, checking in on your neighbors, finding ways to give back to areas of your community that may need it the most — getting out of our own minds for a moment can be salves. … [Read more...] about Coping with pandemic: How to draw your mental health road map in the Bay Area
Others are making different kinds of decisions to deal with the fires. When the Glass Fire raged within 200 feet of John and Kristina Armstrong’s home in the Skyhawk neighborhood in Santa Rosa last week, the family was in their second home in Mendocino County, which they bought a couple of months ago to escape fires. They moved their valuables — passports, guitars, pictures — to the Fort Bragg house. John Armstrong, a semiretired contractor, is going back and forth, but his wife and 16-year-old daughter plan to spend every fire season in the coastal town. … [Read more...] about As Glass Fire burns, Wine Country residents grapple with future: ‘I just can’t deal with this anymore’
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There are other signs the virus is slowing down in the Bay Area. The metric commonly known as “R-naught,” which measures the number of people that each infected person spreads the virus to, is stable or decreasing in all nine Bay Area counties, according to state data. The R-naught needs to be below one in order for the spread to slow. In all but one Bay Area county, it is. Most counties range between 0.8 and 0.9, while San Mateo measures in at exactly one. … [Read more...] about Bay Area coronavirus cases drop significantly from peak of summer surge