Gov. Newsom to Revise Indoor Church Guidelines Following Supreme Court RulingGov. Newsom’s office said Saturday it will issue revised guidelines for indoor church services after the Supreme Court lifted the state’s ban on indoor worship during the coronavirus pandemic but left in place restrictions on singing and chanting.
Law Enforcement Officials Probe Rising Threats Against Gov. Newsom and His BusinessesLaw enforcement officials are investigating escalating threats of death and violence against California Gov. Gavin Newsom, his family and the wineries, shops and other businesses he founded.
Gov. Newsom's Zero-Emission Car Mandate May Depend on Biden VictoryGov. Gavin Newsom's goal of making all new automobile sales in the state zero-emission vehicles by 2035 requires one of two things to happen: either California has to win in court or Trump has to lose in the Nov. presidential election.
New State Bill Would Extend Evictions Moratorium 5 MonthsA newly-proposed bill would temporarily protect people from COVID-related evictions until February of 2021. Gov. Newsom considers it a compromise bill to help tenants while balancing the impact on landlords.
Fed COVID-19 Relief Funds Went To Newsom-Owned Businesses, Kanye West 'Yeezy' BrandA winery and hospitality company founded by Gov. Newsom and Kanye West's "Yeezy" clothing brand were among the hundreds of thousands of businesses which received funding from the U.S. Treasury Paycheck Protection Program, the government revealed Monday.
Gov. Newsom Orders Bars in 7 Counties to Close, Urges Contra Costa, Santa Clara to Follow SuitGov. Gavin Newsom on Sunday ordered bars that have opened in seven California counties to immediately close and urged bars in eight other counties to do the same
State Senate Passes $200 Billion Budget Plan; Assembly Set to Approve in Friday VoteThe California Senate on Thursday approved a $202.1 billion spending plan that covers the state's $54.3 billion deficit through a combination of temporary tax increases, delayed spending and cuts to colleges, courts and state worker salaries.
Surge in COVID-19 Cases Prompts State Officials to Consider Rolling Back ReopeningAs California hit a 3,792 COVID-19 hospitalizations over the weekend, Gov. Newsom warned Monday that tougher restrictions could once again be enforced.
Gov. Newsom Says State Should Prepare For Protest-Driven Spike In Coronavirus PandemicGov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday California should prepare for higher rates of positive tests because of both the ongoing protests and the reopening of businesses now underway.
California's Historic Homeless Hotel Quarantine Shows Progress, Need for More RoomsRoughly 7,000 people in California have been moved out of shelters, vehicles and rough streets to ride out the pandemic in hotels, an effort Gov. Gavin Newsom announced in March to shield some of the state's 150,000 estimated vulnerable homeless.
Newsom To Propose 10 Percent State Worker Pay Cut In Wake Of COVID-19 Budget ShortfallThe state's budget deficit continues to rapidly increase by the minute -- the devastating fiscal toll being taken on California's economy by the coronavirus outbreak.
Protests, Open Defiance Test Newsom's Resolve as California Counties Push to ReopenCalifornians mostly heeded stay-at-home orders over the weekend in anticipation that Gov. Newsom might ease some restrictions this week, while some rural communities announced plans to reopen on their own timetable.
Gov. Newsom Suspends 10-Cent Grocery Bag Charge During Coronavirus PandemicCalifornians won't be charged 10 cents per bag at the grocery store and retailers can again hand out thinner, single-use plastic bags under an executive order signed Thursday by the governor.
Stanford Health Expert Agrees Coronavirus Is Spreading Fast But Questions Governor's ProjectionsGov. Gavin Newsom imposed a statewide shelter-in-place order to combat the spread of COVID-19 but one local health expert wondered how the governor came up with the numbers he quoted in his projections.
California Supreme Court Rules Apple Must Pay Store Workers During Bag SearchesThe California Supreme Court ruled unanimously in San Francisco Thursday that Apple Inc. workers must be paid for the time they spend undergoing searches of their bags and iPhones when they leave work.