NYC passes budget that cuts $1 billion from NYPD

New York City lawmakers approved an austere budget early Wednesday that will shift $1 billion from policing to education and social services in the coming year.— Read on

Gov. Sisolak extends Phase 2 reopening through July

Today, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced that Nevada will remain in Phase 2 of the Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery plan, consistent with public remarks made late last week. — Read on

Florida Bars Are Shutting Down Again After New Positive Coronavirus Cases

After learning recent customers had tested positive for the virus, at least three bars in Jacksonville Beach and Altamonte Springs announced temporary closures over the weekend.— Read on

Deblasio Wants People To Stop Sharing His Daughter’s Mugshot – Prntly

Deblasio Wants People To Stop Sharing His Daughter’s Mugshot – Prntly — Read on

Following Resolution to End Coronavirus Emergency Declaration, Wolf Says He’ll Take It to Court

The governor told lawmakers the resolution would have “disastrous” consequences should it take effect. — Read on

Wolf: New Guidance Allows for Mini-Golf, Motorsports and Other Outdoor Activities in Yellow Phase

Governor Tom Wolf today released updated guidance regarding the types of outdoor recreation that businesses may offer during the yellow and green phases of reopening. — Read on

Hiding Pa. House Coronavirus Test, Republicans Show Their True Colors

Hiding Pa. House Coronavirus Test, Republicans Show Their True Colors — Read on

Wolf: Not So Fast on Vote to End Disaster Declaration

Pennsylvania lawmakers voted on a resolution that ends the state’s COVID-19 disaster declaration, but Gov. Tom Wolf says he won’t approve it. — Read on

Bill de Blasio Reveals New NYPD Reforms | Complex

Bill de Blasio has announced several reforms to the NYPD, including reallocating money to youth services and hiring intermediaries between communities and cops. — Read on

Governor: We’re Still In a State of Emergency, Wear a Mask | St. Thomas Source

Residents uncomfortable wearing a mask should think about how it feels to be on a ventilator, Gov. Albert Bryan Jr. said Monday as he described encounters with— Read on