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Los Angeles County, the nation's most populous, is aiming for a July 4 reopening as the coronavirus pandemic stabilizes enough to begin economic recovery.Experts say the coronavirus pandemic has stabilized enough to begin the process of economic recovery.

The Trump administration sent a letter to L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, saying the Department of Justice is concerned the city may pursue "an arbitrary and heavy-handed approach" to coronavirus stay-at-home orders.The Trump administration sent a letter to L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti saying the Department of Justice is concerned the city may pursue "an arbitrary and heavy-handed approach" to coronavirus stay-at-home orders.

Feds warn Garcetti about coronavirus stay-at-home orders - Los Angeles Times

Extended stay-at-home orders "may be both arbitrary and unlawful," Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband said in a letter to Los Angeles officials.Extended stay-at-home orders "may be both arbitrary and unlawful," Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband said in a letter to Los Angeles officials.

Coronavirus: DOJ says LA, Illinois limits may be unconstitutional

“'Horrific': LA City Council Gets An Earful About Mayor Garcetti's Pared-Down Proposed Budget https://t.co/uq7hilkU03 via @laist.com”

Sasha Grey on Twitter: "'Horrific': LA City Council Gets An Earful About Mayor Garcetti's Pared-Down Proposed Budget https://t.co/uq7hilkU03 via @laist.com"

“The Trump administration warned L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti the Department of Justice is concerned the city may pursue “an arbitrary and heavy-handed approach” to continuing stay-at-home orders https://t.co/V98XTGUox6”

David Zahniser 🦅 on Twitter: "The Trump administration warned L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti the Department of Justice is concerned the city may pursue “an arbitrary and heavy-handed approach” to continuing stay-at-home orders https://t.co/V98XTGUox6"

“LA Mayor @ericgarcetti just told Andrea @mitchellreports: "Real men wear face masks when they're going to be with other people in public. Modeling that is important for all our leaders. Men, we've gotta get over ourselves and just do it." Trudeau, Ford, Pence do it. @POTUS?”

Steve Paikin on Twitter: "LA Mayor @ericgarcetti just told Andrea @mitchellreports: "Real men wear face masks when they're going to be with other people in public. Modeling that is important for all our leaders. Men, we've gotta get over ourselves and just do it." Trudeau, Ford, Pence do it. @POTUS?"

“Trump administration warns L.A. mayor Garcetti against 'heavy-handed' stay-at-home orders, by @DavidZahniser https://t.co/PWnRavSEOl”

Joe Serna, LAT on Twitter: "Trump administration warns L.A. mayor Garcetti against 'heavy-handed' stay-at-home orders, by @DavidZahniser https://t.co/PWnRavSEOl"

The U.S. Department of Justice on Friday warned the mayor of Los Angeles and the county's top health officer that an extension of the coronavirus stay-at-home order may be unlawful.A vague letter sent to Mayor Eric Garcetti and L.A. County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer did not spell out any specific violations, but noted concern about statements both had made publicly.

U.S. Justice Department Warns L.A. Stay-at-Home Extension Could Be Illegal | Hollywood Reporter

The U.S. Department of Justice on Friday warned the mayor of Los Angeles and the county’s top health officer that an extension of the coronavirus stay-at-home order may be unlawful. The vague letter sent to Mayor Eric Garcetti and LA County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer did not spell out any specific violations, but noted […]The U.S. Department of Justice on Friday warned the mayor of Los Angeles and the county’s top health officer that an extension of the coronavirus stay-at-home order may be unlawful. The vague…

Department of Justice sent warning letter to L.A. Mayor Garcetti over ‘heavy-handed’ stay-at-home order | KTLA

The U.S. Department of Justice on Friday warned the mayor of Los Angeles and the county’s top health officer that an extension of the coronavirus stay-at-home order may be unlawful. The vague…

Department of Justice sent warning letter to L.A. Mayor Garcetti over ‘heavy-handed’ stay-at-home order | KTLA

Trump Administration Warns LA Against Shutdown - Studio City, CA - The Trump administration sent a letter to Mayor Eric Garcetti expressing concerns about his Safer at Home order during the COVID-19 pandemicThe Trump administration sent a letter to Mayor Eric Garcetti expressing concerns about his Safer at Home order during the COVID-19 pandemic

Trump Administration Warns LA Against 'Heavy-Handed' Shutdown | Studio City, CA Patch

The U.S. Department of Justice on Friday warned the mayor of Los Angeles and the county's top health officer that an extension of the coronavirus stay-at-home order may be unlawful. The vague letter sent to Mayor Eric Garcetti and LA County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer did not spell outThe U.S. Department of Justice on Friday warned the mayor of Los Angeles and the county's top health officer that an extension of the coronavirus stay-at-home order may be unlawful. The vague letter sent to Mayor Eric Garcetti and LA County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer did not spell out

US warns Los Angeles stay-at-home extension could be illegal

Garcetti Opens Some Beach Lots And Bike Paths To Prep For Memorial Day, But Says Don't 'Go Crazy' And Stay Out All Weekend

The Trump administration on Friday sent a letter to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti with concerns from the Department of Justice about his Safer at Home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic.The Trump administration on Friday sent a letter to Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti with concerns from the Department of Justice about his Safer at Home orders during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mayor Eric Garcetti said about the letter from the Justice Department, "We're not guided by politics in this. We're guided by science."Mayor Eric Garcetti said about the letter from the Justice Department, "We're not guided by politics in this. We're guided by science."

L.A.’s Garcetti Denies Trump Assertion COVID Stay-In-Place Is Unlawful – Deadline

The city and county Safer at Home orders went into effect March 19 and have been extended twice, most recently without an end date specified.The city and county Safer at Home orders went into effect March 19 and have been extended twice, most recently without an end date specified.

‘Arbitrary And Heavy-Handed’: DOJ Warns City, County Against Ongoing Stay-At-Home Orders – CBS Los Angeles

An assistant attorney general for the justice department called local long-term Safer at Home approach “heavy-handed.”

Coronavirus: LA’s ‘long-term lockdown’ draws stern warning from Trump – Daily News

An assistant attorney general for the justice department called local long-term Safer at Home approach “heavy-handed.”

Coronavirus: LA’s ‘long-term lockdown’ draws stern warning from Trump – Daily Bulletin