Date: July 30th, 2020

California Sues Trump to Ensure Undocumented Immigrants are Counted in Congressional Apportionment
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California Sues Trump to Ensure Undocumented Immigrants are Counted in Congressional Apportionment

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra — joined by the cities of Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Oakland, as well as the Los Angeles Unified School District — filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against the Trump administration over attempts to keep undocumented immigrants from being counted when congressional districts are redrawn following the 2020 Census. A…

IT Security Tip: Don’t Just Throw Out That Old Computer
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IT Security Tip: Don’t Just Throw Out That Old Computer

Getting rid of old computers or servers? Did you know that the components used in technology equipment are not landfill-safe? On top of the environmental hazards, unprotected e-waste typically contains a lot of confidential and private information in the form of saved passwords, Internet history, and files left on the retired computer or server. As…

Newsom Announces Unemployment Agency Strike Team, Reforms
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Newsom Announces Unemployment Agency Strike Team, Reforms

Wednesday, Governor Gavin Newsom announced the formation of an Employment Development Department (EDD) strike team, and a “renewed focus” on processing unpaid claims. “There should be no barriers between Californians and the benefits they have earned,” said Newsom in a press releases issued Wednesday afternoon. “Unprecedented demand due to job loss during this pandemic paired…

L.A. County Allocates $15M for Childcare Vouchers for Essential Workers and Low-Income Families
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L.A. County Allocates $15M for Childcare Vouchers for Essential Workers and Low-Income Families

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has allocated $15 million in CARES Act funding for childcare vouchers that will help essential workers and low-income families in the county. In partnership with the Los Angeles County Early Childhood Education COVID-19 Response Team, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) will support the funding…

People Are Finally Getting Serious About Face Coverings
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People Are Finally Getting Serious About Face Coverings

Some cities are citing non-compliance with $2,000 fine To mask, or mask-not? That indeed is the question. Cover up or cough up some cash. That is what many municipalities are now saying, in a growing effort to enforce the ongoing battle against COVID-19 transmission. Experts say, to prevent infection, you must cover your nose and…

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