UPDATE: On February 17, the Jewish Center for Justice joined the ACLU of California, Business & Professional Women of Nevada County, California Employment Lawyers Association, California Work & Family Coalition, Equal Rights Advocates, Friends Committee on Legislation of California, Legal Aid at Work, NARAL Pro-Choice California, and Working Partnerships USA to co-sign a letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom, urging him to support Emergency Paid Sick Leave. Read the letter here.

UPDATE: On February 23, the California Work and Family Coalition sent the Jewish Center for Justice a priority list of legislators to contact. See that list below.

California has seen over 3.4 million positive COVID cases so far. As the California Senate and Assembly prepare to make decisions on urgent budget action to address the effects of the pandemic, the Jewish Center for Justice — along with our partners at the California Work & Family Coalition — needs YOU to take action so we can get emergency paid sick days into the California budget in 2021. 📱

How to Take Action:

What you need to know:

  • A recent study proved that Paid Sick Days helped lower the spread of COVID-19.
  • Roughly 75% of people who died from COVID-19 were 75 and older.
  • 1 out of every 12 people in CA has tested positive for COVID-19.
  • Over 40,000 people have died from COVID in California.

Social media hashtags:

  • #paidsickdays
  • #paidsickdaysnow

Priority legislators to contact:

Assembly

  • Aguilar-Curry
  • Arambula
  • Bauer-Kahan
  • Burke
  • Cervantes
  • Cooley
  • Daly
  • Frazier
  • C. Garcia
  • Gray
  • Grayson
  • Maienschein
  • Muratsuchi
  • Nazarian
  • Petrie-Norris
  • Ramos
  • Rodriguez
  • Rubio
  • Salas
  • Villapudua

Senate:

  • Becker
  • Bradford
  • Caballero
  • Dodd
  • Eggman
  • Glazer
  • Hertzberg
  • Hurtado
  • Hueso
  • McGuire
  • Min
  • Portantino
  • Roth
  • Rubio
  • Umberg
  • Wieckowski