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New bail policy causes controversy

The city of La Verne and 11 other cities filed an injunction against Los Angeles County’s new Pre-Arraignment Release Protocols, known as the zero-bail policy, a day after it was adopted, due to public safety concerns. 

Most students still masking up

In an informal study conducted with 20 students from the University of La Verne, 11 out of 20 said they will still be wearing their mask amid the University's lift of their mask mandate.

It is too soon to lift mask mandates

Los Angeles County has relaxed its indoor mask mandates. Businesses that want to allow customers and workers who are fully vaccinated not to wear masks may do so starting today.

Enough excuses, it’s time to get vaccinated

University of La Verne students, faculty and staff – if you are not yet vaccinated, please stop making excuses and get vaccinated so we don’t have to worry about another shutdown.

L.A. marijuana cases set to be dismissed

According to Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón, Los Angeles County is set to dismiss about 60,000 marijuana convictions in the upcoming months. The final step is to consider damages caused by narcotics enforcements before California voted to decriminalize marijuana.

L.A. County entering yellow tier is a sign of hope

After a long year of being bound indoors with strict guidelines due to the deadly COVID-19 surge, Los Angeles County has met state guidelines to enter the yellow tier, making it one of the largest reopenings since the start of the pandemic and giving hope that the light at the end of the tunnel is coming closer.

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