He has risen to increasing political prominence over the last several years as a primary proponent of the county’s COVID-19 policies — a stance for which he has received consistent criticism. In many ways, he’s been the face of the region’s pandemic response alongside ... the county’s public health officer.
[His wife] resigned last week after eight years in the Assembly — leaving her powerful position as the chair of the Appropriations Committee. She stepped down to lead the California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, one of the state’s most influential labor organizations.
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