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- CA39 (Diamond Bar-Fullerton-Yorba Linda): updated analysis (Leans Dem)
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¡Feliz sabado mis amigos! I am exhausted like many of you
The Giants will attempt to find a bat against the Dodgers at 1:10pm PDT today. I'm not not holding my breath.
THE LEGISLATURE: We now have Senate hearings for the week ahead. The upper house is scheduled to convene at 2pm Monday.
Wednesday, July 29:
- 9:00am: Education, Room 4203 (12 bills)
- 1:30pm: Governance and Finance, Room 4203 (16 bills)
Thursday, July 30:
- Upon adjournment: Judiciary, Room 4203 (19 bills)
Friday, July 31:
- 9:00am: Public Safety, Room 4203 (25 bills)
I for one am looking ahead to next week. I have missed hearings! Yeah, I'm a geek.
- Churches: SCOTUS said "uh, no" to a Nevada church over the state's restriction on in-person congregations during COVID. There are several similar cases in California.
- Face coverings: San Francisco has updated its regulations on face coverings. Persons over 10 years old must wear a face covering when in public.
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