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— “Federal aid allows L.A. To extend hotel-room rentals for homeless people,” by the LA Times’ Benjamin Oreskes.

— “California lawmakers want to ease limits on state’s aid-in-dying law,” by the LA Times’ Patrick McGreevy: “The bill would speed up the process for patients whose physicians certify they are close to death, and require hospitals that don’t allow physicians to participate to provide patients with information on the law that could include where they can get assistance at another healthcare facility.”

TEACHERS RETIRE — “COVID-19 is driving many California teachers to early retirement, CalSTRS says,” by the Sac Bee’s Andrew Sheeler: “More than 3,200 teachers retired in the second half of 2020, a 26% increase over that same period in 2019, according to a blog post by the California State Teachers’ Retirement System, also known as CalSTRS.”

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SUSPENSION WATCH: TRUMP… Facebook oversight board swamped with comments on Trump case, by POLITICO’s Cristiano Lima: Facebook’s oversight board has received some 9,000 comments on former President Donald Trump’s suspension — nearly a hundred times the submissions for its five prior cases combined, the group’s head of communications said Thursday.

… AND THE OTHERS — Twitter suspends Project Veritas account, by POLITICO’s Anna Kambhampaty: The account was “permanently suspended for repeated violations of Twitter’s private information policy,” a Twitter spokesperson said.

— “Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Has been banned from Instagram,” by CNN’s Rishi Iyengar: “‘We removed this account for repeatedly sharing debunked claims about the coronavirus or vaccines,’ a spokesperson for Facebook, which owns Instagram, said in a statement.”

 

 

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