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The pandemic has pushed more than 250 public health officials out the door

Riverside County, California, was one of the first counties in the country to face Covid-19, when repatriated US citizens were quarantined at March Air Reserve Base on January 29, 2020. Seeing how quickly things moved in China, then Riverside County Health Officer Dr. Cameron Kaiser knew he had to act fast.

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Texas Senate advances bill with new voter restrictions

The Texas State Senate advanced a far-reaching elections bill early Thursday with several provisions placing new restrictions on the voting process, particularly for those living in densely populated counties.

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Georgia counties seek legal fees for 'frivolous' Trump voter-fraud lawsuit

Two counties in Georgia are seeking to recoup attorneys' fees from former President Donald Trump and Georgia Republican Party Chairman David Shafer stemming from their lawsuit that made "frivolous" and "baseless" claims of voter fraud in Georgia's count during the presidential election, according to court filings.

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Up to 100 mph wind gusts rip through California

Tens of thousands of residents across several California counties were without power Tuesday as officials aim to reduce fire risk from the powerful Santa Ana winds roaring through the region.

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Georgia audit on track to finish Wednesday and affirm Biden win, official says

Georgia is on a "good schedule right now" to finish an audit of the presidential election by Wednesday and thus certify its results by Friday, a top state voting official says, and the vast majority of counties are reporting results that are "spot dead on" to the initial tallies or finding only minor discrepancies.

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Post-election audits find no fraud in Arizona

More than half of all counties in Arizona have conducted post-election audits and found either no discrepancies or microscopic issues that don't affect the outcome of the race, according to reports filed with the Arizona secretary of state's office.

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