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2020 Election: Over One Million Ineligible Persons Registered to Vote in California

2020 Election: Over One Million Ineligible Persons Registered to Vote in California

A review of California’s statewide voter database shows that 13 counties have more registered voters than eligible citizens– totaling over 1 million ineligible registrants– says Election Integrity Project, California (EIPCa). The overage was calculated by adding together each county’s active and inactive-status registrants and comparing the total to the estimated number of eligible citizens from the California Secretary of State’s (SOS) website. […]

California Governor Gavin Newsom Orders Halt to Evictions

California Governor Gavin Newsom Orders Halt to Evictions

BY MIMI NGUYEN LY   California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed an executive order to ban evictions of tenants in the state affected by the CCP virus outbreak through the end of May. The Epoch Times refers to the novel coronavirus, which causes COVID-19, as the CCP virus because the Chinese Communist Party’s coverup and mismanagement allowed the virus to spread throughout China […]

Apartment Association Offers Help to Owners

Apartment Association Offers Help to Owners

Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles MEDIA STATEMENT Daniel M. Yukelson Executive Director, Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles March 24, 2020 The Federal Housing Finance Agency has announced that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will grant mortgage forbearance to owners of multifamily properties in exchange for suspending evictions for renters unable to pay their […]

Relief at last: Navy hospital ship Mercy arrives in coronavirus-stricken Los Angeles

Relief at last: Navy hospital ship Mercy arrives in coronavirus-stricken Los Angeles

…with team of 800 medics and beds on board to help overwhelmed hospitals free up space to treat the infected By RUTH STYLES IN LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA, FOR DAILYMAIL.COM PUBLISHED: 12:32 EDT, 27 March 2020 | UPDATED: 13:30 EDT, 27 March 2020 The USNS Mercy arrived at the Port of Los Angeles Friday morning after a five-day journey from San […]

Los Angeles to Shut Off Water, Power for Nonessential Businesses That Refuse to Close Amid Pandemic

Los Angeles to Shut Off Water, Power for Nonessential Businesses That Refuse to Close Amid Pandemic

BY ZACHARY STIEBER Los Angeles will shut off water and power to businesses deemed nonessential that decline to follow an order to close amid the CCP virus pandemic. The Epoch Times refers to the novel coronavirus, which causes the disease COVID-19, as the CCP virus because the Chinese Communist Party’s coverup and mismanagement allowed the virus to spread throughout China and create […]

Navy Hospital Ship Mercy Heads to Los Angeles, Not Seattle

Navy Hospital Ship Mercy Heads to Los Angeles, Not Seattle

BY SIMON VEAZEY The 1,000-bed Navy hospital ship Mercy will sail to Los Angeles and not to Seattle, as officials anticipate bed demand in California will be five times higher than in Washington. The Mercy, which is currently being prepared in port in San Diego, is one of two that will be used as a referral and critical care […]

Controller Yee Reminds Homeowners: County Governments Collect Property Taxes Due April 10

Controller Yee Reminds Homeowners:  County Governments Collect Property Taxes Due April 10

  Controller Yee Reminds Homeowners: County Governments Collect Property Taxes Due April 10 SACRAMENTO—State Controller Betty T. Yee today reminded California homeowners that the second installment of property taxes is due April 10 to treasurer-tax collectors in county governments. As California’s chief fiscal officer, Controller Yee has received numerous inquiries about property tax payments in […]

California Animal Shelter ‘Floored’ By Response After Putting Out Emergency Call For Foster Homes Amid Coronavirus

California Animal Shelter ‘Floored’ By Response After Putting Out Emergency Call For Foster Homes Amid Coronavirus

KATIE JERKOVICH ENTERTAINMENT REPORTER . A call went out from an animal shelter in California’s Central Valley for emergency foster homes for their pets and officials said they’ve been “floored” by the response amid the coronavirus. “We rely on the public to adopt,” Nick Cullen, director of Kern County Animal Services told the Californian in a piece published […]

Governor and Los Angeles issue “Safer at Home” emergency order to fight covid 19

Governor and Los Angeles issue “Safer at Home” emergency order to fight covid 19

By Michael Hernandez  SACRAMENTO—Governor Galvin Newsom issued a “Safer at Home” emergency order impacting all 40 million residents of California to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus effective Thursday at midnight and continuing thru April 18th (with the possibility of an extension). “The people of California need to be told to home isolate,” said Newsom.  […]

BUSINESS | Senator Grove Announces SBA disaster assistance loans available to small businesses impacted by COVID-19

BUSINESS | Senator Grove Announces SBA disaster assistance loans available to small businesses impacted by COVID-19

SACRAMENTO – As an entrepreneur and a proponent of small business owners, Senate Republican Leader Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield) released the following statement regarding the Small Business Administration (SBA) announcement to offer disaster assistance for small business owners during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic: . “Small businesses are the economic engine and backbone of California’s economy. The […]

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