Updates on Pandemic Executive Orders, Vaccine Incentives, and more: With nearly 40 million vaccines administered across the state, Governor Newsom announced that he would be lifting the COVID-19 pandemic Executive Orders, effective June 15th. This means that beginning Tuesday, restrictions such as physical distancing, capacity limits, and the county tier system will end and a new corresponding public health order will take effect.
News & Press Releases
Updates on Restaurant Regulatory Relief, DMV License Extensions, and more: As California continues to approach its projected reopening day on June 15, Governor Newsom announced updated actions to ensure forms of regulatory relief for our recovering local restaurants and bars. Per the announcement, California will be extending...
by Cheryl Clark [Published: June 4, 2021] — "The agency that licenses 152,000 California physicians is facing a crisis of public confidence, with the voices of several lawmakers joining those of angry patients who say it shields bad doctors far too often. The long-simmering tension has increased to such an extent that all but a few of the Medical Board of California's 15 members -- including many of its physician members -- say most of the board's seats, now filled by doctors, should instead be filled by members of the public.
Updates on California's New Vaccine Incentive Program, Golden State Stimulus for SSI/SSP Recipients, and more: As California quickly approaches its projected reopening day of June 15, Governor Newsom has introduced an incentive program designed to motivate eligible Californians to get their vaccine. Per the Governor’s announcement on Thursday, Californians who are least partially vaccinated are automatically for cash prize drawings happening in June.
Updates on California Reopening, Vaccine Access, REAL ID, and more: This week, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) released its new recommendations for indoor and outdoor settings that will be effective June 15. All sectors currently listed in California’s Blueprint Activities and Business Tiers Chart will be able to return to usual operations, with limited exceptions for mega events.
About Senator Roth
Richard Dale Roth was born November 6, 1950, in Columbus, Ohio and graduated from Ada High School (Ada, Ohio) in 1968, where he played in the band and was elected president of his junior class and the Student Council. He went on to Miami University ...