On this episode of WTF California, we highlight how CNN finally admits crime is up in democratic controlled cities. Apparently we are look at Vaccination Passports for US. CalChamber adds 4 more bills to its “Job Killer” list. Businesses feel impact of crime, may close down. Elk Grove Paying Homeless People To Clean Up After Themselves, while a Turlock Police Advisory Committee is not open to the public–this could happen to the City of Antioch with its Antioch Police Department as well.
- CNN: The US saw significant crime rise across major cities in 2020. And it’s not letting up
(CNN)Major American cities saw a 33% increase in homicides last year as a pandemic swept across the country, millions of people joined protests against racial injustice and police brutality, and the economy collapsed under the weight of the pandemic — a crime surge that has continued into the first quarter of this year.
- ‘Vaccine Passports’ Being Looked At For More Than Just Travel
SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — The idea of a COVID vaccine passport and digital proof to gain entry to places is the latest coronavirus divide. It’s not just at airports, where proof of vaccination is being considered. Other venues like baseball stadiums have already implemented the idea of a vaccine passport for fans to enter its gates.
- CalChamber Adds 4 Bills to Job Killer List
SACRAMENTO, CA —The California Chamber of Commerce today added four bills to its annual list of job killer legislation. The additions bring the 2021 Job Killer list to a total of 22 legislative bills that would place California employers and the state’s economy in harm’s way should they become law. The four additions to the list involve tax increases and new labor and employment law mandates
- Owner considers closing down following armed robbery at San Jose jewelry store
SAN JOSE, Calif. (KRON) — A terrifying armed robbery inside a jewelry store in San Jose has made more businesses in the area speak out, saying they have also been victims in recent robberies. The store owner spoke exclusively to KRON4, saying he is now considering closing up his shop.
- Co-owner of Tinhorn Flats in Burbank arrested 3rd time in ongoing dispute over pandemic restaurant rules
The co-owner of a popular bar and restaurant in Burbank was arrested a third time in less than a week after he was caught removing sandbags that had been placed in front of the business by city employees, officials said.
- Golden Gate Fields now deadliest horse racing facility in California, animal rights activists say
BERKELEY, Calif. (KTVU) – There was action at Berkeley’s Golden Gate Fields on Wednesday where activists demanded an end to the sport of horse racing.
- First-of-its-Kind Legislation to Diversify the Teaching Workforce Advances with Unanimous Assembly Education Committee Support
SACRAMENTO—New legislation designed to help support male educators of color and diversify the teaching workforce—sponsored by State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond and authored by Assemblymember Mike A. Gipson (D-Carson)—received unanimous approval from the California State Assembly Committee on Education today, accelerating efforts to create an educator workforce to better reflect the students it serves.
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