A grassroots coalition of local government, labor, and business is launching a new campaign “Support Local Recovery: Vibrant Cities. Strong Economies.” in an effort to kick start economic recovery in local communities. The coalition is calling on the state to provide $7 billion in direct and flexible funding to cities to support critical local services, […]
On April 29, 2020, PORAC President Brian Marvel, on behalf of the PORAC Board of Directors, wrote a letter to Assemblymember Jim Cooper to inform him of PORAC’s co-sponsorship of AB 664. AB 664 will classify COVID-19, and other communicable diseases, as presumptive work-related injuries for nurses, firefighters and peace officers. To protect […]
The dates, current as of Thursday, April 13, should be considered tentative since most counties issued them with the caveat that the orders could be extended, amended or rescinded. Check county health department web sites for the most current information.
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To continue containing and responding to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, there is a clear and urgent need to keep our first responders safe and healthy as they carry out their mission to serve and protect our California communities during this crisis. In New York, the NYPD has already confirmed 129 cases, another 2,407 have called out sick. If these numbers foreshadow what California law enforcement can expect in the coming days and weeks, we must do everything in our power to support our officers as they rise to meet this moment.
PORAC recently sent out multiple letters to our elected leaders in the State as well as the Federal government to advocate on behalf of our members during the COVID-19 crisis.
Due to the formal order from the Sacramento County Health Officer directing residents to remain at home to mitigate the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), our staff will be working remotely with limited access.
The ongoing spread of the Coronavirus in California has caused plenty of concern around the state. We at PORAC would like to take the time to remind everyone these safety tips on how you can reduce the risk of exposure.