Even with stay at home orders and other impacts of COVID-19 — we can respond to the census online or by phone.
A remarkable 81.56% of El Dorado County Democrats cast a ballot during the March presidential primary, based on March 20 final report by the EDC Elections Office.
We need your help to immediately email our elected representatives to support a Joint Policy Statement on Homelessness.
The Jackie Smith for Assembly (AD 6) 2020 postcard writing project has restarted!
Covid-19, the most threatening pandemic of the past century, has precipitated both a health crisis and an economic crisis. The strategies that governments have adopted to deal with each crisis separately are contradictory and risk catastrophic, long-term failure.
Dr. Craig Burrows of Mammoth Hospital in Mammoth CA doesn’t mince words when he urges the 8,200 people living in the Sierra Nevada ski resort town to stay home and avoid crowds….
With the uncertainty and evolving impact of COVID-19, it is natural to experience anxiety, and like any emotion, anxiety can spread from person to person.
The national mobilization against the Covid-19 coronavirus is now in full swing. Schools and workplaces nationwide have shuttered. The federal government has recommended that people not gather in groups of 10 or more. Social distancing and self-isolation are now becoming part of the fabric of daily American life.
It’s more contagious, more deadly (particularly for older people), and it has a greater potential to overwhelm our health care system.
Our community was the first in California to suffer a COVID-19 fatality and has a very high population of senior citizens and the medically vulnerable. But Rep. Tom McClintock was the only member of Congress in California to vote against H.R. 6201, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.