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Subject THURSDAY'S HEADLINES: 5-21-2020
Date May 21, 2020 12:43 PM
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FLASHREPORT HEADLINESThursday, May 21, 2020

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* FRBlog: The best of America: RIP Chairman Thaddeus Taylor

* FRBlog: Thanks Federal Government, We Don't Need Your Help

* AP: Most California counties get state OK for faster reopening

* Update: California approves Stanislaus County reopening after coronavirus shutdown

* SDUT: San Diego County gets the OK from state to resume dining-in at restaurants

* CG: U.S. Department of Justice Gives Gov. Newsom Stern Warning Over Church Closings

* AP: Attorney: 1,200 California pastors agree to reopen May 31

* SacBee: Pay cuts, canceled raises and more telework: the recession reaches state workers

* CalM: Valid assumptions or "tacky bluffs" - the econ forecast shaping Newsom's budget

* SacBee: California card room reopened early from coronavirus shutdown. DOJ raided it the next day

* AP: California educators: Expect 'hybrid' classrooms in the fall

* LAT $: As California reopens, shops will see if customers feel confident or cautious

* SFC: Devastated SoMa restaurant told to pay full rent in July. Its landlord? The city of SF

* LAT $: The county said yes. The state said no. A pancake house opens anyway

* LAT $: Lockdowns crippled his 'bouncy house' business. Nearly bankrupt, he's pushing back

* OCReg: Santa Ana's Cecilia Iglesias losing in recall, Nelida Mendoza declares herself winner

* SacBee: Musicians, freelancers and coaches could soon be free of California's landmark labor law

* CG: Foster Care Age Extension Bill Unanimously Passed By Senate Committee

* LADN: Sheriff backs bill outlawing dead-body photos in wake of Kobe Bryant incident

* CG: Increased 'Porch Pirate' Penalty Bill Voted Down By Senate Democrats

* CG: CA 28th Candidate Eric Early Discusses Rep. Adam Schiff's 'National Deception'

* FresBee: California Republican Ted Howze loses GOP help after 'disturbing' social media posts

* AP: University of California imposes pay freeze as losses mount

* SJMN: Coronavirus: University of California campuses will open in the fall, Napolitano says

* PE: Amazon imposes sweeping warehouse reforms in response to coronavirus complaints

* SJMN: How coronavirus created the Bay Area's new mile-long breadlines

* CalM: Despair among immigrants: With phone lines swamped, state pandemic aid is out of reach

* FresBee: California Democrats have new plan to battle housing crisis - by encouraging duplexes

* OCReg: California's costly, questionable extension of benefits to undocumented immigrants

* SDUT: Chris Reed: Virus transmission risks are now more clear. But mystery about immunity remains.

* OCReg: Greater educational freedom a silver lining to the shutdowns

* FH: Time to stop the mandates, give business time to recover

* CalM: Commentary: California population may be peaking

* FH: California's Request For Federal Funds

* FH: Budgeting by Trump

* OCReg: Unleash private enterprise to jumpstart California's economy with these four moves

* LAT $: Skelton: Newsom wise to end one-man rule on coronavirus, giving local leaders more discretion

* NR: Across the Wide, Growing American Divide

* SacBee: Without parking fees, Sacramento may have to cut services to pay Golden 1 Center debt

* SacBee: Sacramento tenants still struggle to pay rent. But an eviction moratorium is set to expire

* SacBee: Mother believes Sacramento police 'targeted' Stevante Clark in the way he was arrested

* SacBee: In bid to reopen sooner, Napa County asks California to lift restrictions on wineries

* SFC: Hayward police shoot, kill man during traffic stop

* SFC: Head of troubled $2.2B Transbay transit center resigning in September

* SJMN: Here's how Bay Area counties compare on coronavirus testing goals

* SFC: Coronavirus cases soar in SF's residential hotels

* SFC: Solano County expands reopening: dine-in restaurants, shopping malls OK'd by state

* SFC: SF public schools back in session on Aug. 17 - but questions remain

* SFC: Supervisor pushes ballot measure to decide SFPD staffing levels

* SJMN: Santa Clara County now requires that you wear a face covering. San Jose wants to go further.

* FresBee: Clovis schools make it official, campuses won't reopen. Trustees had a lot to say

* LAT $: Tulare County vows to defy Newsom and further reopen

* FresBee: California will take back the emergency coronavirus beds it sent to Fresno. Here's why

* AP: Pilot killed when small plane crashes at California school

* CalCoast: Oceano board members defend the use of the word bitch during meetings

* VCStar $: Coronavirus: County reaches 29 deaths, 858 cases

* VCStar $: County gets green light to reopen more businesses

* VCStar $: Expect power shutoffs this year, but new tech may help

* LADN: How far away is L.A. County from moving faster on re-opening under Gov. Newsom's new criteria?

* LADN: Transmission rate in L.A. County dropping, officials say, but coronavirus cases climb past 40,000

* LADN: State requires U.S. Department of Energy to remove 10 buildings at contaminated Santa Susana Field Lab

* OCReg: Orange County will direct $75 million in federal aid to small businesses

* VOC: Costa Mesa Sees Projected $30 Million Budget Deficit Caused by Coronavirus

* OCReg: Orange County reports single worst day of coronavirus deaths and new cases

* OCReg: Disney might lose $27 million per day with theme park closures, analysts say

* SBSun: San Bernardino County moves into controversial new welfare office

* SBSun: San Bernardino County reports 88 new coronavirus cases, 1 more death

* SBSun: San Bernardino County waiting, for now, to expand Stage 2 coronavirus reopening

* PE: Riverside County coronavirus cases now 6,184; deaths still at 270

* PE: Hemet cuts fire services as coronavirus blows hole in city's budget

* SDUT: Mayor's revised budget reverses recreations cuts, cancels plans to burn through reserves

* VOSD: SDPD Has the Most Untested Rape Kits in the State - by Far


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