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Happy Sunday! I seriously need to go to farmers market as my fridge is literally empty. I have made a lot of creative dishes this week and lets just say its good that I was feeding a family of one.
I'm tired so I'll be short today.
I refuse to link to McClatchy properties including the SacBee until they figure their ish out. Even though they have had a known problem requiring subscribers to log in to read every article and started to "fix" it subscriber-by-subscriber, that lasted for a few hours. I love lots of reporter friends there, but I can't link to stories that even people like me pay $15.99 per month to read and have to go through gymnastics to read.
Anyway, my goal is to write, get over to farmers market and be back by 9am to watch Senate Budget Sub 3 on health and human services. Like other subs, votes are not expected. However, the tone of major organizations will be important. Health is up from 9am-1pm and human services will be heard beginning at 2pm.
Will the provider clawbacks be opposed by the medical community? Obviously, the expansion of Covered California for undocumented older adults will have to wait. You may think I'm an education guy, but I follow lots of parts of the budget.
Concurrent to Sub 3 will be Sub 2 on resources, environmental protection, energy and transportation (the State Senate doesn't use the Oxford comma, although the Assembly appropriately does).
REOPENING: The big problem is how to reopen businesses without schools and pre-K education and child care.
COVID-19: Yesterday looked better, with 68 deaths and 1,873 confirmed new cases in California per the Chron's tracker. It's totally fair to point out that a majority of deaths (two-thirds in LA County) were among skilled nursing facilities, but we can't ignore that many grandmothers, grandfathers, great aunts, and great uncles are dying alone. While my family has not been directly touched, I fear this the most.
JUMP it sounds like the bright red bikes and scooters may never return after their removal from city streets during the pandemic, but perhaps we are walking and biking more...
cakeday and classifieds after the jump...
CAKEDAY: Happy birthday to Sarah Angel, Chad Carlock, former Assembly member Jim Cuneen, Chris Kahn, Mike Monasmith, John Myers, Fred Williams, and Daniel Zingale!
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