Pushback to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s first-in-the-nation vaccine mandate for California’s school children hit a fever pitch on Monday.
Despite issuing a wide-ranging set of vaccine mandates for Californians, Newsom avoided ordering prison guards, owners of a powerful union, from getting vaccinated. Now, he’s appealing a court-ordered mandate governing them.
San Joaquin County Supervisors honed in on the critical issue surrounding requiring proof of vaccination to enter facilities: freedom of choice in medical decisions.
Dr. Rais Vohra caught some flak from Fresno County Supervisors for comments that “were a little bit political.”
The move to mandate proof of vaccination for indoor access comes on the heels of California’s defeated recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom.
“Unbelievably, more Californians are disconnected than any other state in the country,” writes Asm. Devon Mathis (R–Visalia), arguing that broadband access is only increasing educational achievement gaps.
Two Valley churches are hailing a legal victory against the State of California in its fight to ensure that places of worship are considered “essential” in the event of further lockdowns.
Heading to the coast over Labor Day weekend? Prepare to mask up, one Central Coast county announced Tuesday.
An attempt to force a statutory vaccine mandate on California consumers and workers has stalled, a Republican legislator announced Monday afternoon.
Democratic leaders in the California Legislature are eyeing the potential of instituting a vaccine mandate and it requires a controversial tactic to get it approved.