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Some GOP elected officials accuse Newsom of issuing ‘confusing orders’ and don’t appreciate being sidelined

A man wearing a facemask checks his phone near a sign urging people not to gather, while he walks on the beach in Long Beach, Calif. on July 14, 2020. California's Governor Gavin Newsom announced a significant rollback of the state's reopening plan on July 13, 2020 as coronavirus cases soared across America's richest and most populous state.
A man wearing a facemask checks his phone near a sign urging people not to gather, while he walks on the beach in Long Beach, Calif. on July 14, 2020. California’s Governor Gavin Newsom announced a significant rollback of the state’s reopening plan on July 13, 2020 as coronavirus cases soared across America’s richest and most populous state.

The state sets tiers for who gets priority when it comes to COVID-19 testing. And all this authority-ing by Gov. Gavin Newsom isn’t sitting well with some Republican elected officials, who say shutting things down isn’t working. Plus: More on that L.A.-based moldy jam.

It’s Arlene with news for Tuesday. 

But first, foie gras can be sold again in the Golden State so … enjoy?

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