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How to Vote in the Presidential General Election

Once you confirm you are registered to vote and your information is up-to-date, you can make a plan to vote in the Presidential General Election.

POLA, And Other Groups Donate 75,000 Masks To United Farm Workers

United Farm Workers of America, represents farm workers and is actively advocating for the health and safety of all farm workers who continue to work outdoors amid the pandemic, wildfire smoke and extreme heat.

Gov. Newsom Announces Housing Is Key Campaign to Inform Californians About State’s New Tenant and Landlord Protections

The “Housing is Key” campaign is aimed at connecting renters and landlords experiencing economic hardship due to COVID-19 with helpful information and resources.

Public Health Revises Health Officer Order to Allow Schools K-12 to Offer Services for Students Most in Need of In-Person Learning

Order allows schools K-12 to offer services for students most in need of In-person learning.

Governor Newsom Unveils Blueprint for a Safer Economy, a Statewide, Stringent and Slow Plan for Living with COVID-19

The Blueprint builds on lessons learned from the first six months of the disease – and the new scientific understanding that has been collected – to create a new system for regulating movement and COVID-19 transmissions.

LA County kicks off “L.A. vs. Hate” initiative to report and end hate by calling 2-1-1

Through this virtual medium, the campaign builds understanding within individual, diverse communities about what constitutes hate and how to report it.

Gov. Newsom Announces Plan to Double COVID-19 Testing

The state intends to disrupt the COVID-19 testing marketplace and drive down costs.

Lobbyist Agrees to Plead Guilty in City Hall Bribery Scheme in Which Jose Huizar Supported Developer in Exchange for PAC Donations

Court documents also outline how Goldman secured commitments from Company M to contribute to PACs at Huizar’s request prior to September 2018.

Fighting for the Right to Vote by Mail

General DeJoy recently, and just months before the November 3rdGeneral Election, decided to implement changes at the USPS without first seeking authority from the Postal Commission, and despite acknowledging that the service reductions would result in “mail left behind."

Keeping Courthouses Clear of COVID-19

When the courts reopened, July 6, after weeks of closure prompted by COVID-19, the presiding judge of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, began implementing a range of health and safety measures recommended by the Los Angeles County public defender and endorsed by the Board of Supervisors.

Barragán Urges COVID-19 Vaccine Trials in Racially Diverse Communities

Barragán letter to Drs. Collins & Fauci: “The only way to decisively defeat COVID-19 is to guarantee that every American, regardless of race or socioeconomic status, has access to the full range of treatments, and that these treatments are comprehensively proven to be safe and effective.”

Port Earns Top Prize for Outstanding Communications

Long Beach competed in categories composed of seaports with the largest communications budgets.

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