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4 SoCal Counties That Reopened Restaurants Early Now Lead Statewide COVID-19 Surge

4 SoCal Counties That Reopened Restaurants Early Now Lead Statewide COVID-19 Surge

by Farley Elliott  Four of the first Southern California counties to reopen for dine-in restaurants and bars now lead the state in overall coronavirus hospitalization rates, reports the LA Times. The paper says the numbers coming out of Orange, Ventura, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties show a “dangerous rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations,” and that those areas are “primarily […]

POLITICS | EIPCa : Voters Beware! Los Angeles County Faces Significant Risks to the Reliability of its Elections if it Mails Ballots to Every Voter

POLITICS | EIPCa : Voters Beware! Los Angeles County Faces Significant Risks to the Reliability of its Elections if it Mails Ballots to Every Voter

Los Angeles County debuted a new voting system in the March 3 election, and it was plagued with problems. Unreliable connections with the state voter database, inadequately trained election workers and new machines that broke down created long lines and voter frustration. Many reportedly gave up and did not vote. In a questionable response to […]

Don’t Let the Door Hit You on the Way Out – Voters in Los Angeles be warned on this D.A. Candidate

Don’t Let the Door Hit You on the Way Out – Voters in Los Angeles be warned on this D.A. Candidate

    By Nancy Tung Although I spent my high school years in a suburb of Los Angeles, I’ve called San Francisco my home for the last 19 years. In 2001, I embarked on my career of public service, joining the California Attorney General’s Office in the Criminal Division and becoming a San Francisco Assistant […]

LA County Mental Health Teams Meeting Wed 9/25 at 11 AM Inglewood PD | Laying the ground work for confiscation?

LA County Mental Health Teams Meeting Wed 9/25 at 11 AM Inglewood PD | Laying the ground work for confiscation?

Below is an invitation from the LA County Mental Health Teams. Superior Court Judge Robert S Harrison (Dept.95) will be the guest speaker. He will be discussingmental health and firearms prohibitions.   Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

LA County will ask Supreme Court to uphold bans against sleeping on sidewalks

LA County will ask Supreme Court to uphold bans against sleeping on sidewalks

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Go downtown and you see on every street, bikes, cars not moving and people sleeping on the sidewalks.  The same for San Fran and many California cities.  The reason the cops can’t control this is a Supreme Court decision allowing it.    Previously, the Supreme Court allowed […]

State’s largest ‘community choice’ energy program takes a hit

State’s largest ‘community choice’ energy program takes a hit

By Chris Reed The community choice aggregation (CCA) movement has built considerable momentum in California in recent years. In CCA programs, groups of local government agencies team up to take over decision-making on what sources of power to use in the local electric grid – with utilities continuing to hold responsibility for maintaining the grid.  […]

Clean Power Alliance Begins Launch for Commercial Customers in 28 Communities;

Clean Power Alliance Begins Launch for Commercial Customers in 28 Communities;

Los Angeles, CA–Clean Power Alliance, Southern California’s new locally-operated clean energy provider will be enrolling commercial customers across 28 additional communities (27 cities and unincorporated Ventura County) in May 2019. Business customers in these areas will receive clean energy purchased by Clean Power Alliance that has higher renewable content and is competitively-priced with Southern California […]

Lack of Oversight Continues to Plague City of Industry

Lack of Oversight Continues to Plague City of Industry

SACRAMENTO — State Controller Betty T. Yee today published her audit team’s follow-up review of the City of Industry’s internal control system, three years after her auditors found the city’s accounting controls “effectively non-existent.” In January 2016, the State Controller’s Office (SCO) issued a report on the City of Industry’s practices during the period from […]

Second L.A. County City Opposes SB 54

Second L.A. County City Opposes SB 54

by Robin Hvidston, We The People Rising http://wethepeoplerising.com Glendora resident Audrey Teasdale has been contacting her mayor and city council members requesting that the city council oppose the Sanctuary State Law. She did not let up on the pressure and has contacted the city council members for many weeks!  Glendora Mayor Pro Tem Judy Nelson emailed […]

Handcuffing Law Enforcement

Handcuffing Law Enforcement

. By Michael Greer At last week’s Sheriff’s Civilian Oversight Committee meeting they read a draft of their recommendations to Sheriff McDonnell, who at present is co-operating with ICE.  1. That the Sheriff’s Department not honor immigration holds – holding inmates longer than their release date so that ICE has extra time to take them […]

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