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Steve Glazer
California State Senator representing the 7th Senate District
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Steve Glazer 9h
Yes and no. Correct on the times (Contra Costa/Santa Clara 10pm on Sunday) but grocery store shopping is OK (essential service) and no issues with supply chain for toilet paper except that which is temporarily created by unnecessary hoarding.
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Steve Glazer 9h
Contra Costa Details.
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Steve Glazer 9h
With Infection and hospitalization rates rising too fast, most of the Bay Area Health Officers will implement State’s Regional Stay At Home Order beginning Sunday, December 6, 2020. Closure details here:
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Nick Waranoff 12h
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Steve Glazer 11h
Great interview with Chancellor Tim White. He has been a thoughtful and fully engaged leader with many wonderful accomplishments. My favorite: Graduation Initiative 2025; grad game changer for tens of thousands more students via
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Steve Glazer 12h
We should consider a 2-month winter break for schools starting now, then extend school by 2 months-with vaccines and in-person instruction. Kids aren't learning in this environment + parents are rightly frustrated. We need clarity and a plan for the future
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Senator Toni Atkins Dec 3
With the new Regional Stay-at-Home Order, CA is taking action to help keep us healthy and protect our health care system from being overwhelmed. As we wait for more details on regional numbers and clarity on impact, visit for the latest guidance.
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SovernNation Dec 3
Ok, here are the very latest ICU capacity numbers that will determine when CA’s new order affects your region. Remember, rules take effect 48 hours after this number drops to 15%: Bay Area 25.4% Greater Sacramento 22 SoCal 20.6 San Joaquin Valley 19.7 NorCal 18.6
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Steve Glazer Dec 3
The slower we act to suppress the spread the longer the duration for restrictions with greater economic, educational and personal peril. Region remedies are a good move but stronger metrics may be required.
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Steve Glazer Dec 3
Watch BART in 2021 claim poverty with no option now for salary reductions. Federal bailout/fare increases/ service reductions the only options!?!? Key Q: impact on riders! State senator slams BART for approving early labor contract during financial tumult
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Steve Glazer Dec 3
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Steve Glazer Dec 3
Bart Board is set to rubber stamp this bad deal this morning. Outrageous. Editorial: BART cannot afford reckless pandemic labor deal via
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Steve Glazer Dec 2
The numbers don’t lie.
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Steve Glazer Dec 1
Much love and appreciation to all those working to make a healthier world. A good moment to pause and reflect on friends lost and tragic human voids in our community, state, nation and world.
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Steve Glazer Dec 1
Replying to @jkevinp @KCRALuery
I have enjoyed all of the stories we have engaged in together. You are a true professional. Best wishes.
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Steve Glazer Dec 1
You don’t build public trust by enacting labor agreements in secret - especially during election season. ’s action was premature and a big mistake.
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Steve Glazer Dec 1
Our front line health care workers are bearing a triple strain of personal survival, family care and unrelenting work. This good story weaves in the mental questions. Pandemic patient with swastika tattoo leaves Nor Cal doctor questioning his compassion
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Steve Glazer Dec 1
Clear and compelling action steps. - China can be Biden's partner on climate
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Steve Glazer Nov 30
“Beware the beginnings“. Chilling. via
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Steve Glazer Nov 30
I would say there is clear justification for greater restrictions on person-to-person contact unless you can challenge the assumptions in their model. It looks solid to me.
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