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  • In December 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, the state government led by Governor Gavin Newsom divided the state into five regions for the purpose of issuing stay-at-home orders.Southern California-Wikipedia
  • Appointed by Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom, Jenkins is the first openly gay justice, the third African American man, and the fifth African American person to serve on the court.Supreme Court of California-Wikipedia
  • Mayor Gavin Newsom presented Bonds the key to the City and County of San Francisco and Giants vice president Larry Baer gave Bonds the home plate he touched after hitting his 756th career home run.Barry Bonds-Wikipedia
  • The Yorks and then-San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom had been talking over the last few months about building a privately financed stadium at Candlestick Point that was intended to be part of the city's bid for the 2016 Summer Olympics.San Francisco 49ers-Wikipedia
  • For example, California Governor Gavin Newsom called for new police crowd control procedures for the state, and the banning of the police use of carotid chokeholds, which starve the brain of oxygen.George Floyd protests-Wikipedia
  • The $11 billion settlement to insurance companies and investment funds was opposed by the state of California Governor Gavin Newsom and by the committee of wildfire victims.Pacific Gas and Electric Company-Wikipedia

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