SACRAMENTO – Key working groups from both houses of the California State Legislature are prioritizing economic recovery in the final weeks of session and have developed a joint $100 billion stimulus plan, building upon the successful collaboration that led to a balanced state budget addressing the $54 billion deficit.
This week, I sent a letter to Supervisor Steel and the OC Board of Supervisors, to discuss the critical delay in COVID-19 testing being experienced by first responders. This is a problem we must address urgently.
CROSSROADS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
Executive Order needed to keep Hair Salons & Barbershops Afloat
Historical precedent: open air barber shops during the 1918 Spanish Flu epidemic (National Archives)
COSTA MESA – In response to the state closing all operations of barbershops and hair salons in counties on the County Monitoring List, Assemblywoman Petrie-Norris met with the Governor’s Office and the Department of Consumer Affairs to advocate for an Executive Order allowing outdoor services.
Today, I sent a letter to the Orange County Board of Education regarding their white paper of recommended guidelines for the upcoming school year.
We must have policies that are based in science and facts. Any policies that recommend no masks and no social distancing, are irresponsible and dangerous. I won’t let politics or wishful thinking get in the way of keeping our kids safe at school.