Governor Newsom confirmed on Monday that California would end its stay-at-home order, lifting it for all regions statewide; we navigate the decision and get a sense of what the state’s ICU projections mean going forward.
California also continues to be a nationwide leader in combating climate change, which should only be bolstered by President Biden’s plans for promoting environmental justice; Insight takes a closer look at the state’s climate change policies and what to expect from the Biden Administration. Plus, more on the winter storm that’s expected to affect much of Northern California.
- CapRadio Health Reporter Sammy Caiola on statewide stay-at-home orders being lifted and what people can and can’t do as restrictions change
- CapRadio Environment Reporter Ezra David Romero explains Governor Newsom’s climate change policies, how climate change activists think he can do better, and what President Biden’s policies mean for California
- The Greenlining Institue Environmental Equity Director Alvaro Sanchez breaks down how California can better promote environmental and racial justice
- Meteorologist in Charge at the National Weather Service in Sacramento Michelle Mead checks-in with what we should expect from the winter storm that is expected to impact much of Northern California