• Gov. Newsom announces $5.2 billion to cover unpaid rent

    California Governor Gavin Newsom announced Friday $5.2 billion to cover all unpaid rent for lower-income Californians who struggled during the pandemic. According to Newsom, this is the largest rent relief package the Country has seen. “California is ROARING back — and leaving no one behind,” said Newsom in a Tweet Friday. NEW: California is investing […]

  • Riverside County to Receive $23 Million in Federal Relief Funds

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday that Riverside County is among multiple jurisdictions throughout the nation slated to receive millions of dollars in grants designated for states and localities impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. “These grants demonstrate our steadfast commitment to keeping equity at the center of everything we do,” Centers […]

  • House likely to vote Wednesday on Biden’s Covid relief bill

    The House of Representatives now appears to be on track for a final vote Wednesday on President Biden’s $1.9 trillion Covid relief plan. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer had initially said that the House would vote Tuesday after the legislation passed out of the Senate over the weekend, but now the vote will “most likely” […]

  • NBCares Silver Linings Hugga

    Yonathan Azran is a financier whose passion is focused on doing good for patients who have chronic health problems and face frequent or long-term hospital visits. In the last quarter of 2020 Yonathan created HUGGA; a unisex collection of feel-good hospital or at-home robes, gowns and accessories made with love. Founder of Hugga Yonathan Azran […]

  • Gov. Newsom approves California coronavirus relief bill

    Governor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday signed a legislative package to approve coronavirus relief for Californians. The bill includes $600 one-time payments to low-income individuals and households and four times the available amount of relief for small businesses. These legislative budget actions are part of the Governor and Legislature’s $9.6 billion pandemic emergency relief package. Below are […]

  • 11 million+ people could lose pandemic unemployment benefits

    An estimated 11.4 million workers will lose their unemployment benefits between mid-March and mid-April unless Congress passes its next coronavirus relief package in coming weeks, a new study has found. Out-of-work Americans will start running out of Pandemic Unemployment Assistance and Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation benefits next month. Some 4 million people will see their […]

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