1. Gavin Newsom's plan to restart filming next week meets resistance  Los Angeles Times
  2. More than 1,200 pastors say they'll defy California's state order and resume in-person services  CNN
  3. Newsom pushes coronavirus contact tracing with first batch of tracers  The Mercury News
  4. 7 steps to avert a California coronavirus housing crisis  Los Angeles Times
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Governor Newsom plans to release guidelines for the restart of filming in Hollywood from next week has some happy to return to work and some scaredGovernor Newsom plans to release guidelines for the restart of filming in Hollywood from next week has some happy to return to work and some scared

Gavin Newsom's plan to restart filming next week meets resistance - Los Angeles Times

Gavin Newsom prodded his panelists for a positive response to his quick-restart ideas, but the producers, actors, and crew representatives focused on safety.Gavin Newsom prodded his panelists for a positive response to his quick-restart ideas, but the producers, actors, and crew representatives focused on safety.

California Governor Wants to Restart Movie and TV Production, but Hollywood Players Aren't Ready Yet | The Motley Fool

About 500 people have been trained so far out of a goal of 10,000, Newsom's office said Friday.About 500 people have been trained so far out of a goal of 10,000, Newsom’s office said Friday.

Newsom pushes coronavirus contact tracing with first batch of tracers

“38 million Americans are out of a job. America is experiencing depression era unemployment. This isn’t a red or blue state issue. The federal government has a moral & ethical obligation to provide aid states & cities need to recover from this pandemic. https://t.co/y1lMGSFiUb”

Gavin Newsom on Twitter: "38 million Americans are out of a job. America is experiencing depression era unemployment. This isn’t a red or blue state issue. The federal government has a moral & ethical obligation to provide aid states & cities need to recover from this pandemic. https://t.co/y1lMGSFiUb"

“The Santa Susana toxic site should have been cleaned up long ago. Grateful for the partnership of @ENERGY — moving this project forward and helping ensure all those in the area are healthy and safe. https://t.co/qchzzAwiiz”

Gavin Newsom on Twitter: "The Santa Susana toxic site should have been cleaned up long ago. Grateful for the partnership of @ENERGY — moving this project forward and helping ensure all those in the area are healthy and safe. https://t.co/qchzzAwiiz"

“Everyone should listen to this — but @GavinNewsom you really, really should #DearGovernor — Jarvis Jay Masters' messages from death row... https://t.co/JUzOSNQJBu Brava and thank you @CornyKoehl”

Sally Kohn on Twitter: "Everyone should listen to this — but @GavinNewsom you really, really should #DearGovernor — Jarvis Jay Masters' messages from death row... https://t.co/JUzOSNQJBu Brava and thank you @CornyKoehl"

“California will publish coronavirus safety guidelines for religious gatherings by Monday, Gov. @GavinNewsom said, hours after President Trump deemed houses of worship "essential" and called on states to allow them to reopen this weekend. https://t.co/9NTmOahSax”

Alexei Koseff on Twitter: "California will publish coronavirus safety guidelines for religious gatherings by Monday, Gov. @GavinNewsom said, hours after President Trump deemed houses of worship "essential" and called on states to allow them to reopen this weekend. https://t.co/9NTmOahSax"

After receiving a formal warning from the United States Justice Department over church closures, California Gov. Gavin Newsom said his state is "weeks away" from allowing in-person religious services to resume.

Gavin Newsom responds to Justice Department warning over church closures - SFGate

Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday that he’s just days away from announcing plans to reopen hair salons and barbershops and that guidance on reopening houses of worship will be released soon.Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday that he’s just days away from announcing plans to reopen hair salons and barbershops and that guidance on reopening houses of worship will be released soon.

Plans to reopen salons, worship centers to be released soon, Newsom says

A non-profit journalism website reporting on key education issues in California and beyond.School districts can do a second round of layoffs if K-12 funding increases less than 2 percent. CTA will ask the Legislature to prevent it.

California districts could pursue teacher layoffs if new state budget cuts K-12 funding | EdSource

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Newsom shared an unusually intimate detail of his family life: He said his grandfather was a prisoner of war for nearly five years who eventually took his own life after returning home. Newsom shared an unusually intimate detail of his family life: He said his grandfather was a prisoner of war for nearly five years who eventually took his own life after returning home. 

Gov. Gavin Newsom launched a public awareness campaign Friday to inform Californians about contact tracing efforts amid the coronavirus outbreak. The campaign, called California Connected, will connect public health workers across the state with individuals who test positive for the coronavirus, and those in close contact with them, to ensure that they have access to […]Gov. Gavin Newsom launched a public awareness campaign Friday to inform Californians about contact tracing efforts amid the coronavirus outbreak. The campaign, called California Connected, will con…

Californians to receive calls, texts and emails about contract tracing from public health workers in an effort to curb COVID-19 spread | KTLA

Gov. Gavin Newsom says the state is "days away'' from releasing guidelines for churches to reopen across the state. He says the guidelines will likely be released Monday. President Donald Trump earlier today called for thethe immediate reopening of houses of worship across the nation. In addition, Newsom said he expects two more counties to

Governor Newsom discusses church, business reopenings - KESQ

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday said he’s just days away from announcing a plan to reopen barbershops and salons across the state as well as guidelines for houses...Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday said he’s just days away from announcing a plan to reopen barbershops and salons across the state as well as guidelines for houses of worship.

Newsom: CA Days Away From Plan to Reopen Barbershops, Salons, Churches – NBC Bay Area

After California Gov. Gavin Newsom made an announcement about re-opening plans, Hollywood executives expressed disagreement.After California Gov. Gavin Newsom made an announcement about re-opening plans, Hollywood executives expressed disagreement.

Hollywood Execs Disagree with Governor's Re-Opening Plans | CBR

A group of 1,200 pastors say they will resume in-person services beginning May 31, defying the state's stay-at-home order.A group of 1,200 pastors say they will resume in-person services beginning May 31, defying the state’s stay-at-home order.

Over 1,200 Calif. pastors say they’ll defy order to stay closed | fox5sandiego.com

A group of 1,200 pastors say they will resume in-person services beginning May 31, defying the state’s stay-at-home order.

Over 1,200 Calif. pastors say they’ll defy order to stay closed | fox5sandiego.com

On Wednesday, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced he is taking big steps forward in helping Hollywood reopen and that is welcome news for the nearly 900,000 casts and crew out of work.On Wednesday, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced he is taking big steps forward in helping Hollywood reopen and that is welcome news for the nearly 900,000 casts and crew out of work.

California is days away from making significant modifications to the stay-at-home order to allow for more businesses to reopen, according to Gov. Newsom.After a few days off from briefing the press, Gov. Gavin Newsom returned to the podium Friday for an update on COVID-19 in California and reopening the state.

Coronavirus in California: Gov. Gavin Newsom teases new rules for CA churches, hair salons, casinos to reopen soon | abc7news.com

California will publish coronavirus safety guidelines for religious gatherings by Monday, Gov. Gavin Newsom said, hours after President Trump deemed houses of worship “essential” and called on states to allow them to reopen this weekend. <p>California will publish coronavirus safety guidelines for religious gatherings by Monday, Gov. Gavin Newsom said, hours after President Trump deemed houses of worship “essential” and called on states to allow them to reopen this weekend.</p>

California to issue reopening rules for religious gatherings by Monday - SFChronicle.com

Meanwhile, less than 66% of Americans are interested in a coronavirus vaccine, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows.Meanwhile, less than 66% of Americans are interested in a coronavirus vaccine, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows.

California churches to open with or without governor’s blessing - Deseret News

California is days away from making significant modifications to the stay-at-home order to allow for more businesses to reopen, according to Gov. Newsom.After a few days off from briefing the press, Gov. Gavin Newsom returned to the podium Friday for an update on COVID-19 in California and reopening the state.

Coronavirus in California: Gov. Gavin Newsom teases new rules for CA churches, hair salons, casinos to reopen soon | abc7news.com

California Gov. Gavin Newsom took an extra $1.8 billion from the state’s dwindling coffers to pay for more protective gear and extra hospital beds to aid the state’s response to the coronavirus. Newsom said Thursday he expects the federal government will reimburse the state for 75% of that spending, which comes as state lawmakers are […]California Gov. Gavin Newsom took an extra $1.8 billion from the state’s dwindling coffers to pay for more protective gear and extra hospital beds to aid the state’s response to the cor…

Newsom: California will spend an extra $1.8 billion to respond to the coronavirus | KTLA

More than 1,200 pastors across California say they will defy the state's stay-at-home order to resume in-person church services on May 31.More than 1,200 pastors across California say they will defy the state's stay-at-home order to resume in-person church services on May 31.

Coronavirus: Over 1,000 California pastors agree to defy state's orders, reopen churches on May 31 | abc30.com

Businesses, counties threaten to flout stay-at-home orders. UC ditches SAT and ACT tests. Jobs held by immigrant women hit hard during pandemic.Businesses, counties threaten to flout stay-at-home orders. UC ditches SAT and ACT tests. Jobs held by immigrant women hit hard during pandemic.

Businesses, counties to state: Try to stop us | CalMatters

More than a thousand faith leaders across the state are prepared to defy Governor Gavin Newsom's order and hold in-person religious services next Sunday.More than a thousand faith leaders across the state are prepared to defy Governor Gavin Newsom’s order and hold in-person religious services next Sunday.

California pastors plan to defy Gov. Newsom’s order, hold in-person services | KRON4

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More than 1,200 Calif. religious leaders to open churches on May 31st, despite state order | One America News Network

Churchgoers across the country are reasserting their fundamental rights of conscience—rights that too many political leaders have forgotten or denied.Churchgoers across the country are reasserting their fundamental rights of conscience—rights that too many political leaders have forgotten or denied.

Thousands Of Churches To Defy Lockdown Orders. It’s About Time.

Barr warned that religious institutions "must not be singled out for special burdens.” Yet, discriminate is exactly what California and Minnesota have done.Barr warned that religious institutions "must not be singled out for special burdens.” Yet, discriminate is exactly what California and Minnesota have done.

California, Minnesota Reopenings Discriminate Against Religious Services

A body of California pastors penned a letter to Gov. Newsom saying they will defy stay-at-home mandates.A body of California pastors penned a letter to Gov. Newsom saying they will defy stay-at-home mandates.

More than 1,200 pastors sign petition to deem religious workers and services 'essential' | TheHill

A body of California pastors penned a letter to Gov. Newsom saying they will defy stay-at-home mandates.A body of California pastors penned a letter to Gov. Newsom saying they will defy stay-at-home mandates.

More than 1,200 pastors sign petition to deem religious workers and services 'essential' | TheHill

Gov. Gavin Newsom held a press conference on COVID-19 and reopening California Friday at noon. The governor said Monday guidelines to reopen hair salons, professional sports and churches would be coming soon.After a few days off from briefing the press, Gov. Gavin Newsom returned to the podium Friday for an update on COVID-19 in California and reopening the state.

Coronavirus: Governor Gavin Newsom teases new rules for churches, mosques, synagogues, hair salons, casinos to reopen soon | abc7.com

Newsom also encouraged people to make smart choices this Memorial Day weekend.

Newsom: Church Reopening Guidelines Coming Soon; Coronavirus Hospitalizations Down 7.5%

Thousands of Golden State churches say they'll meet in person on May 31.Thousands of Golden State churches say they'll meet in person on May 31.

1,200 California Pastors Plan To Defy Stay-At-Home Orders To Hold Services

California Gov. Gavin Newsom said the state is working on guidelines and safety measures for the reopening of places of worship, and those regulations are expected to be issued on Monday.California Gov. Gavin Newsom said the state is working on guidelines and safety measures for the reopening of places of worship, and those regulations are expected to be issued on Monday.

Gov. Newsom: Guidelines for safely reopening California churches coming Monday

On Tuesday, the Department of Justice fired off a letter to California Governor Gavin Newsom warning him that his executive orders are being unfair to religious gatherings, saying the DOJ is concerned about civil rights violations. The letter started by stating, “We are writing to you to raise several civil rights concerns with the treatment [&hellip;]On Tuesday, the Department of Justice fired off a letter to California Governor Gavin Newsom warning him that his executive orders are being unfair to religious gatherings, saying the DOJ is concerned about civil rights violations. The letter started by stating, “We are writing to you to raise several civil rights concerns with the treatment [&hellip;]

DOJ Warns CA Gov. Newsom: Stop Discriminating Against Religious Gatherings | The Daily Wire

Governor Gavin Newsom’s (D-Calif.) plan for reopening the largest state in the country will discriminate heavily against churches, according to a warning by the Department of Justice, as reported by the Daily Caller. Eric Dreiband, head of the DOJ’s Civil Rights Division, sent a letter to Newsom on Tuesday warning Newsom that “even in times […]

DOJ: California Discriminates Against Churches with its Reopening Plan - American Greatness

1,200 California pastors agree to reopen next week in defiance of lockdown order – HotAir

A group of pastors claiming to represent tens of thousands of congregants say they’re opening the doors of their churches at the end of the month despite a state order to keep them closed. More than 1,200 pastors in California have signed a petition that says they will resume in-person services beginning on May 31. […]A group of pastors claiming to represent tens of thousands of congregants say they’re opening the doors of their churches at the end of the month despite a state order to keep them closed. Mo…

More than 1,200 pastors say they’ll defy California’s state order and resume in-person services | myfox8.com

More than 1,200 pastors across California, including in the Southland, say they will defy the state's stay-at-home order to resume in-person church services on May 31.More than 1,200 pastors across California, including in the Southland, say they will defy the state's stay-at-home order to resume in-person church services on May 31.

Coronavirus: Over 1,000 California pastors agree to defy state's order, reopen churches on May 31 | abc7.com

When Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the start of an initiative last month to deliver free meals to California seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic, he declared that “the universe of those eligible is certainly in the millions.” “Even if it’s hundreds of thousands that take advantage of this, just in weeks you’ll see millions and millions […]When Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the start of an initiative last month to deliver free meals to California seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic, he declared that “the universe of those eligible is …

California initiative to deliver free meals to seniors is falling short so far | KTLA

When Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the start of an initiative last month to deliver free meals to California seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic, he declared that “the universe of those eligible is …

California initiative to deliver free meals to seniors is falling short so far | KTLA