The Centers for Disease Control announced last week that people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no longer need to wear masks or physically distance in most circumstances; we discuss what that means for California’s June 15th reopening and more happenings across the state’s political landscape. The future of the workforce and whether jobs will follow people is also top of mind, with the pandemic slowly ending and a look at Sacramento’s restaurant and eatery scene heading into the summer.
- POLITICO California Playbook Co-Writer Jeremy B. White on what the CDC’s new mask guidelines mean for California’s June 15th reopening, Caitlyn Jenner's struggle to gain traction in the recall election, and more
- MIT Technology Review Senior Editor James Temple explains how the state's carbon offset program might be pumping millions of tons of CO2 into the atmosphere
- Public Policy Institute of California Vice President of Research and Senior Fellow Sarah Bohn discusses the future of work in California post-COVID-19 and the prospect of whether jobs will follow people or not
- The Sacramento Bee Food and Beverage Reporter Benjy Egel on the region's restaurant and eatery scene heading into the summer