Sacramento County Leader carries “Re-Open Cal Now” in person

The Sacramento County leader is one of the organizers of a personal conference called “Re-Open Cal Now,” although public health officials say the weekend’s event violates local and state orders. The event begins Friday evening at the Morita Equestrian Center, continues through Sunday, and includes a march and protest at the state Capitol on Saturday. Sacramento County Supervisor Sue Frost and Orange County Superintendent Dan Wagner are among the organizers of what they called the Public Policy Conference to safely lift COVID-19 lockdowns. “I think the biggest part of what drove us this was that our small businesses were really struggling,” Frost said. “It’s a movement. This is only the beginning. We are educational by nature. It is nonpartisan.” Although a live broadcast option is available, Wagner estimates that approximately 100 people from across the state are expected to attend with conference packages that can include a cart venue or hotel room . There is a way that opens the state, but protects the most vulnerable. Wagner explained that what we do is not working. After three weeks, this started to flatten the curve. And we’re still doing – redoubling our efforts – what we’ve been doing 10 months ago. However, we find ourselves in a worse position. ”Sacramento County Public Health Officer Dr. Olivia Cassiri issued the following statement to KCRA 3: Violation of state and local health orders and potentially a very widespread event. This is extremely worrying because we are seeing an unprecedented number of cases. This not only puts attendees at risk, it puts conference venue staff at risk of catching COVID-19 and spreading it to their families. ”Frost and Wagner argue that the conference is open air. “I respect Dr. Kasirye. With all due respect, this is not a great event for distribution,” Frost said. “We’ll have two tables 12 feet away, we’ll be wearing masks.” The keynote speaker is Congressman Tom McClintock (R-District 4), who sent the following statement to KCRA3: “Of course, I will be there in person. There is no valid bureaucratic order preventing First Amendment from our right to peaceful assembly.” Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones and Mayor of County El Dorado John D’Agostino as members of the committee on Saturday. Wagner said they had invited the governor and state officials, but they would not attend, and Frost said, “We have this constitutional right to assemble under these circumstances.” “We are sorry that we have to gather under these circumstances. But we cannot wait. Our business says,” Sue if you wait a month or two, we will not be there because we are not going to survive. ”

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The Sacramento County Leader is one of the organizers of a personal conference named “Reopen Cal Now,” Although public health officials say the weekend’s event violates local and state orders.

The event starts Friday evening At the Morita Equestrian Center, it continues through Sunday, and includes a march and protest at the state Capitol on Saturday.

Sacramento County Supervisor Sue Frost and Orange County Superintendent Dan Wagner are among the organizers of what they called the Public Policy Conference to safely lift COVID-19 lockdowns.

“I think the biggest part of what drove us this was that our small businesses were really struggling,” Frost said. “It is a movement. This is only the beginning. We are educational by nature. It is not partisan.”

Although a live broadcast option is available, Wagner estimates that approximately 100 people from across the state are expected to attend with conference packages that can include a cart venue or a hotel room.

There is a way that opens the state, but protects the most vulnerable. Wagner explained that what we do is not working. After three weeks, this started to flatten the curve. And we’re still doing – redoubling our efforts – what we’ve been doing 10 months ago. Yet we find ourselves in a worse situation. “

Sacramento County Public Health Officer Dr. Olivia Casserie issued the following statement to KCRA 3:

“This three-day conference, scheduled in Sacramento County, violates local and state health orders and has the potential to become a super ubiquitous event. This is very concerning because we are seeing an unprecedented number of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths. This is not showing the attendees. Not only is it at risk, but it also puts conference venue employees at risk of contracting COVID-19 and spreading it among their families. ”

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Frost and Wagner argue that the conference is out.

“I respect Dr. Kasirye. With all due respect, this is not a great event for distribution,” Frost said. “We’ll have two tables 12 feet away, and we’ll be wearing masks.”

The keynote speaker is Congressman Tom McClintock (R-District 4), who sent the following statement to KCRA3:

“Of course, I would be there personally. There is no valid bureaucratic system that deprives our First Amendment of the right to peaceful assembly.”

Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones and El Dorado County Mayor John D’Agostino will also participate as committee members on Saturday.

Wagner said they invited the governor and state officials, but they would not attend.

“We have this constitutional right to assemble under these circumstances,” Frost said. “We are sorry that we have to gather under these circumstances. But we cannot wait. Our business says,” Sue if you wait a month or two, we will not be there because we are not going to survive. “

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