This week Governor Gavin Newsom in collaboration with the California State Legislature enacted an immediate relief stimulus package for families and businesses hit hardest by the COVID-19 recession.
The package offers nearly $10 billion in assistance in the form of tax deductions, fee relief, stimulus payments, food banks and diaper assistance, financial assistance, childcare subsidies, and student aid for families and businesses who have faced devastating economic hardship because of COVID-19.
SACRAMENTO: Senator Anna M. Caballero (D-Salinas) introduced the final in a series of bills designed to improve health access and outcomes for all Californians, and particularly those in rural areas throughout her district where care is the hardest to obtain. This would include a comprehensive plan for the state to address the current IT limitations and disparities faced by physicians and physician practices in remote areas.
SACRAMENTO- Today, Senator Anna Caballero (D-Salinas) announced SB 87, The California Small Business COVID-19 Grant Relief Program.(Caballero, Min) If approved, nearly $2.1 billion dollars would be allocated to the Office of the Small Business Advocate (CalOSBA) to assist in and administer grants for qualified small businesses who have been devastated economically by the COVID -19 pandemic. This would also include $50M to nonprofit cultural institutions.
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