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Freelancers Freed, Ride Share Drivers Still Left High and Dry

By Yuya Tamai from Chiba, Japan - Uber Eats bicycle

Monica Inouye, Politics Editor

September 7, 2020

If you’re a driver for Uber or Lyft, chances are you’ve heard of a bill called AB 5, and you might be concerned about whether you’ll remain employed given the implementation of this bill. Lyft almost ceased their operations in California instead of complying with this new law. Here’s what it’s...

Gov. Newsom Announces Four-tier Plan for Re-Opening

Taken from a public video posted by the Sacramento Bee on Aug. 28.

Kristen Sanchez, Community News Editor

August 28, 2020

In order to help California citizens better understand activity restrictions between counties, Governor Newsom has implemented a new four-tier system of re-opening that will take effect Aug. 31. This new status system, introduced as “A Blueprint For A Better Economy,” will serve as a guide show...

Asymptomatic Persons No Longer Recommended for COVID Testing

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Catie Coyle

Cesar Gonzalez, Opinion Editor

August 25, 2020

On Jan. 26, the very first case of COVID-19 in California was reported in Santa Clara County. Gov. Gavin Newsom has since given strict orders to close or “lockdown” many publicly open establishments such as bars, nightclubs, wineries and even schools. Newsom had also recommended that adults age 65 ...

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