Monday, June 15, 2020

Monday's Briefing: Kaiser Permanente's computer system was down for five hours; State AG wants law to strip bad cops of their badges

U.S. Supreme Court lets stand California's sanctuary state law

By Steven Tavares
Mon, Jun 15, 2020 at 4:00 AM

click to enlarge A hospital room at the Kaiser Permanente medical center in San Leandro. - KAISER PERMANENTE
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • A hospital room at the Kaiser Permanente medical center in San Leandro.


News you don't want to miss for June 15:

1. Kaiser Permanente's computer system went down for five hours on Sunday, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Although the pandemic has yet to overrun Bay Area hospitals, the outage, which is yet unexplained, is concerning. $$

2. "California Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Monday called for legislation that would help decertify police officers for serious misconduct — a type of accountability platform that has been long missing in a state that prides itself on criminal justice reforms," the San Francisco Chronicle reports. $$

3. Gov. Gavin Newsom dropped a proposal to help balance the state's $54 billion budget shortfall by cutting some funding for child care services and limiting the number of people eligible for Medicaid, the Associated Press reports.

4. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that employers may not discriminate based on sexual orientation and gender identity, Politico reports. California has long ban this type of workplace discrimination, but 21 states still had these laws on the books.

5. Supreme Court justices will not hear the Trump administration's claim that California's 2017 sanctuary city laws conflict with federal immigration law/a>, the Associated Press reports. The move means a lower court decision upholding the law will stand.

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