The agency also scrubbed statistics on coronavirus deaths and cases at designated nursing homes from its website.
Health experts worry that Los Angeles County officials might let COVID-19 “burn” through the population.
The bleakest chapter of the history of COVID-19 in Los Angeles will be devoted to the demise of nursing home residents.
More than half of the county’s COVID-19 deaths have occurred at nursing homes. Where was the public health department?
Los Angeles reports that its county’s low-income COVID deaths are triple the number of those of wealthier neighborhoods.
Everything from chronic physician shortages to the county’s political culture seemed aligned against a rapid response to the virus.
“The public should not think one location is safer than the other,” says the county’s health department.
Drug overdoses are the single greatest factor contributing to Los Angeles’ rising rate of homeless mortality, a report claims.
A nationwide group of self-described small and independent business owners has joined the legal battle to appeal California’s landmark lead paint court ruling. But questions have arisen about the actions of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), which, through its Small Business Legal Center, is part of an amici curiae (“friends of the court”) brief filed on behalf of the defendants in California’s 6th Appellate District Court of Appeal in San Jose.
Why is NFIB, which reports that most of its member businesses employ only three to five workers, going to bat for the case’s three multinational corporate defendants?
In December 2013, Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge James Kleinberg ordered ConAgra, Sherwin-Williams and National Lead (NL Industries) to pay $1.15 billion to three California cities and seven counties,