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Governor Gavin Newsom today signed a bill that sets aside nearly $7 billion for schools that reopen for in-person instruction by the end of March.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

If you're vaccinated, are you hugging loved ones again, starting to plan trips, feel less anxiety when entering grocery stores? Let us know.

from Greater LA

California’s vaccine rollout has been less than smooth.

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Josh Barro talks with Megan McArdle and Christine Emba about the decision to end mask mandates in certain states as vaccination continues, covid relief and stimulus payments, the…

Not now, but soon?

Josh Barro talks with Megan McArdle and Christine Emba about the decision to end mask mandates in certain states as vaccination continues, covid relief and stimulus payments, the…

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With vaccines rolling out and business reopenings on the horizon, heads of movie studios are making it clear they have not given up on theaters.

Movie studios prepare for audiences to head back to theaters

With vaccines rolling out and business reopenings on the horizon, heads of movie studios are making it clear they have not given up on theaters.

from The Business

More than half a million Americans have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic took off here almost one year ago.

OSHA didn’t investigate many workplace safety complaints it received during pandemic, report finds

More than half a million Americans have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic took off here almost one year ago.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Governor Gavin Newsom today signed a bill that sets aside nearly $7 billion for schools that reopen for in-person instruction by the end of March.

When to reopen classrooms? Debate continues among school staff, parents, lawmakers

Governor Gavin Newsom today signed a bill that sets aside nearly $7 billion for schools that reopen for in-person instruction by the end of March.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

As of this week, teachers are eligible to be vaccinated. The state is setting aside 10% of its supply for teachers.

Reserving a portion of COVID vaccines for hard-hit communities, and promoting equity in public health

As of this week, teachers are eligible to be vaccinated. The state is setting aside 10% of its supply for teachers.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

With vaccines rolling out and business reopenings on the horizon, heads of movie studios are making it clear they have not given up on theaters.

Movie studios are anticipating a return to theaters

With vaccines rolling out and business reopenings on the horizon, heads of movie studios are making it clear they have not given up on theaters.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Before the pandemic, “dine-and-dash” was a phrase reserved for in-person dining. It meant running away before paying the bill.

People are dining and dashing with takeout. Restaurants are paying the price

Before the pandemic, “dine-and-dash” was a phrase reserved for in-person dining. It meant running away before paying the bill.

from Greater LA

Santa Barbara is the latest city in California to consider phasing out fossil fuels by requiring new construction to be all-electric.

No gas stoves or gas heat? Santa Barbara considers going all-electric in new construction

Santa Barbara is the latest city in California to consider phasing out fossil fuels by requiring new construction to be all-electric.

from Greater LA