STATE AND LOCAL HIGHLIGHTS
The San Francisco City and County Rules Committee will meet July 20 to vote on whether to recommend that the Board of Supervisors vote to re-enact the emergency ordinance requiring private employers with 500 employees or more provide emergency public health leave for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Contact John Musso
The Senate Committee on Environmental Quality will hold a public hearing July 21 regarding AB 2323, which allows a project located on a site that is included in lists regarding the presence of hazardous substances compiled by specified state agencies to be exempt from those requirements if the Department of Toxic Substances Control has cleared the site for the proposed land use.
Contact Steven Fearnow
The Minneapolis Saint Paul Metropolitan Airports Commission will meet July 20 to discuss a resolution requiring the use of face coverings at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport in areas open to the public and certain other situations.
Contact Nate Moffitt
The Assembly Environment and Solid Waste Committee will hold a public hearing July 20 regarding SB 232, which requires the Department of Environmental Protection to evaluate environmental and public health stressors of certain facilities on overburdened communities when reviewing certain permit applications.
Contact Sophia Tailor
The State Medical Board will hold a public hearing and accept comments until July 23 regarding proposed rules establishing standards and procedures to be followed by physicians when entering into a consult agreement for a pharmacist's management of a patient's drug therapy under a consult agreement.
Contact Meghan Monahan
The Galveston City Council will meet July 23 to discuss an ordinance requiring masks to be worn in public and prohibiting mass gatherings.
Contact Nate Moffitt
The Offices of the Insurance Commissioner will accept comments until July 24 regarding a proposed new rule addressing network adequacy, provider directories and coverage of telehealth and telemedicine services.
Contact Romae Kelly
The Department of Ecology will hold a stakeholder meeting July 23 regarding a new rule chapter in order to implement Governor Inslee's Directive that orders the Department to adopt rules for assessing the climate change impact of industrial and fossil fuel projects.
Contact Vijnata Trivedi