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    California Coronavirus Update: Governor Gavin Newsom Calls For Additional $1 Trillion In Federal Aid

    By Tom Tapp

    In his Monday coronavirus briefing, California Governor Gavin Newsom said he and the leaders of Oregon, Washington, Colorado and Nevada, including the governors and the speakers of each state’s legislature, are calling for the federal government to provide an extra $1 trillion in aid to those states. These are the members of the so-called Western Pact.

    “These budget shortfalls are so much bigger than any state,” said the governor, adding that a big portion of the aid will go to helping public safety officials such as policemen, firefighters, etc, as well as schools

    Newsom said this aid is needed, in part, because he sees real unemployment surging beyond 20 percent “getting closer to 22, 3, 4, 5 percent very likely.”

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    William Hicks
    William Hicks
    3 years ago

    I will repeat my comment on a related article in todays CJ articles……”This is going to be the olympic’s of a pissing contest.”

    C. Collier
    C. Collier
    3 years ago

    Of course unemployment is surging, you moron. What did you expect when YOU caused the economy to come to a grinding halt?

    California would never have had any infection numbers even remotely approaching those of New York. We don’t live crowded together like ants in anthills and pack ourselves onto public transportation. The “New York lifestyle” is what caused their higher infection rate.

    The collapse of the California economy rests entirely on that buffoon Newsom.

    William Hicks
    William Hicks
    3 years ago
    Reply to  C. Collier

    WE DON’T LIVE CROWDED TOGETHER….. That may be true now, but the way that democrats are restructuring California it won’t be long before we are just like New York.

    Just consider the belly of the beast in Frisco with their BART system requiring public Transportation over personally owned cars.

    Closer to home with Conejo Valley…..Check out this love affair with “OPEN SPACE.” THEN, if you have the courage, check out what Thousand Oaks wants to do with Thousand Oaks Blvd. with mixed zoning and pedestrian friendly streets. Does that become something similar to New York City in an incremental fashion?

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