The president has been railing against voting by mail, often spreading misinformation, as states seek to expand its use amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“The pace at which the state has made these modifications is concerning to me,” said Santa Clara County's top public health official.
The pastors say in a petition to Gov. Gavin Newsom that churches are essential and vow to reopen by May 31 regardless of coronavirus restrictions.
Governors from New York, California and Texas all said their states will be open for live sports with no spectators in the coming weeks.
California’s governor and San Francisco’s mayor worked together to act early in confronting the COVID threat. For Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio, it was a different story, and 27,000 New Yorkers have died so far.
The Golden State's wildfires have gotten worse in recent years, and officials are getting ready for likely evacuations while dealing with the pandemic.
Frustrated that Gov. Gavin Newsom hasn't offered a firm date for reopening churches, these pastors are taking matters into their own hands.
Founder Elon Musk has been railing against COVID-19 shutdown orders, tweeting Monday of his company reopening: “If anyone is arrested, I ask that it only be me.”
An executive order signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom will expand vote-by-mail in the state due to concerns over the coronavirus.
"These folks at Huntington Beach undoubtedly spread the virus even more," warned the California Democrat.