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Tesla CEO Elon Musk is threatening to move the company's headquarters out of California in protest of shelter-in-place orders. As NPR's Babbi Allen reports while the state is starting to relax its restrictions the San Francisco Bay Area is keeping stringent measures in place.

Manufacturing in some parts of the state is beginning to reopen and Musk was hopeful that meant operations at his Tesla factory near San Francisco could also restart. But California officials informed Musk that local shelter-in-place rules are not allowing factories to resume. In response Musk took to twitter to threaten legal action. He also called that "the final straw", promising to move Tesla's headquarters out of California immediately. For weeks, Musk has downplayed the coronavirus and called shelter-in-place orders an infringement of civil liberties. Health experts have credited the Bay Area's early and sweeping response to the pandemic would saving hundreds of lives.

Babbi Allen, NPR news, San Francisco.

Meanwhile Alameda County officials say they are working closely with Tesla to develop and implement a city plan that allows for reopening while protecting the health and wellbeing of the thousands of employees.

2.
New York will set up two-dozen new coronavirus testing sites at houses of worship to try to combat high infection rates in communities of colors. As Desri Diorio from member station WSHU has more.
Governor Andrew Cuomo says the new test sites will open this month at churches in communities of color throughout the New York City area.

"When you put the church-based sites together with the drive-thru sites, together with the walk-in testing sites, and our sites at public housing, the coverage will be extensive."

Cuomo calls the partnership with the faith leaders a creative way to combat high numbers of Covid-19 infections and hospitalizations among black and Latino New Yorkers. The participating churches will only serve as testing sites. Church services will continue to be held remotely.

For NPR news, I'm Desri Diorio in New York.

3.
President Trump says the Government will buy three billion dollars worth of meat, dairy and produce from farmers to prop up commodity markets. Bring more as our member station KCUR reports.

Despite the run on grocery some farmers have seen the market for the food they produced "vanish" in recent weeks. Covid-19 outbreaks has closed or slowed production at dozens big meat packing plants, making pigs and cows nearly worthless in some places. Other supply chain disruptions had knocked the bottom at the dairy and produce industries forcing farmers to plowed vegetables into the ground and dumped milk. The US Department of Agriculture fist pledged to buy three billion dollars worth of meat, dairy and produce almost a month ago. President Trump said Saturday that the USDA would begin making these purchases in the coming week.

For NPR news, I'm Frank Mas.

And you are listening to NPR news from Washington.

4.
The Department of Homeland Security is shortening length of visas given to Chinese journalists working in the US to 90 days. It's the latest retaliatory measure in the back and forth between the two counties. Earlier this year the US capped the number of Chinese journalists working for 5 Chinese media companies in the US to 100 after China expelled 3 Wall Street Journal reporters. In retaliation China expels nearly all American reporters working for the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and the New York Times.

5.
Rock and roll pioneer "Little Richard" has died. His distinctive vocal and piano styling and performance has changed the faith of popular music. And Sam Whitehat, our member station of WABE in Atlanta reports "Little Richard" influenced countless of other musicians.

Born Richard Penniman in Macon Georgia during the Great Depression, Little Richard got his start singing in local churches. He got an early break as a teenager when gospel Sister Rosetta Tharpe asked him to join her on stage at the Macon auditorium. He later recalled "that is the best thing" that ever happen to him. With songs like "Tutti Frutti" and "Long Tally Sally", Little Richard brought black music into the mainstream, eventually selling more than 30 million records worldwide. He was part of the first class of inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, with the likes of Elvis Presley猫王, Chuck Berry查克贝里, and Buddy Holly巴迪霍利. Little Richard's death was announced on his official Facebook page Saturday. He was 87.

For NPR news, I'm Sam Whitehat, in Atlanta.

And I'm Jennin Herbst. And you are listening to NPR news from Washington.
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk is threatening to move the company headquarters out of California in protest of shelter-in-place orders. As NPR’s Bobby Allen reports while the state is starting to relax its restrictions, the San Francisco bay area is keeping stringent measures in place.

“Manufacturing in some parts of the state is beginning to re-open. And Musk was hopeful that meant operations at Tesla factories near San Francisco could also restart. But California officials inform Musk that local shelter-in-place rules are not allowing factories to resume. In response, Musk took twitter to threat legal action. He also call it, quote ’the final straw’, promising to move the headquarter out of California immediately. For weeks, Musk had downplayed the coronavirus and called shelter-in-place orders as infringement of civil liberties. Health experts have credited the bay area’s early in sweeping response to the pandemic was saving hundreds of lives. Bobby Allen, NPR News, San Francisco.”


Meanwhile, Alameda county officials say they are working closely with Tesla to develop and implement a safety plan that allows for reopening while protecting the health of well-being of the thousands of the employees.


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1.  Tesla CEO Elon Musk is threatening to move the company headquarters out of California in protest of shelter-in-place orders. As NPR's XX reports while the state is starting to relax its restrictions, the San Francisco Bay Area is keeping stringent measures in place.

“Manufacturing in some parts of the state is beginning to re-open. And Musk was hopeful that meant operations at Tesla factories near San Francisco could also restart. But California officials inform Musk that local shelter-in-place rules are not allowing factories to resume. In response, Musk took twitter to threaten legal action. He also calls it, "the final straw", promising to move Tesla's headquarter out of California immediately. For weeks, Musk had downplayed the coronavirus and called shelter-in-place orders an infringement of civil liberties. Health experts have credited the Bay Area's early and sweeping response to the pandemic was saving hundreds of lives.

Meanwhile, Alameda county officials say they are working closely with Tesla to develop and implement a safety plan that allows for reopening while protecting the health and well-being of the thousands of the employees.


2.  New York will set up two-dozen new coronavirus testing sites at houses of worship to try to combat high infection rates in communities of color. As XX from member station WSHU has more.

Governor Andrew Cuomo says the new test sites will open this month at churches in communities of color throughout the New York City area.

"When you put the church-based sites together with the drive-thru sites, together with the walk-in testing sites, and our sites at public housing, the coverage will be extensive."

Cuomo calls the partnership with faith leaders a creative way to combat high numbers of Covid-19 infections and hospitalizations among black and Latino New Yorkers. The participating churches will only serve as testing sites. Church services will continue to be held remotely.


3.  President Trump says the Government will buy three billion dollars worth of meat, dairy and produce from farmers to prop up commodity markets. Bring more as our member station KCUR reports.

Despite the run on grocery some farmers have seen the market for the food they produced "vanish" in recent weeks. Covid-19 outbreaks has closed or slowed production at dozens big meat packing plants, making pigs and cows nearly worthless in some places. Other supply chain disruptions had knocked the bottom at the dairy and produce industries forcing farmers to plowed vegetables into the ground and dumped milk. The US Department of Agriculture first pledged to buy three billion dollars worth of meat, dairy and produce almost a month ago. President Trump said Saturday that the USDA would begin making these purchases in the coming week.


4.  The Department of Homeland Security is shortening length of visas given to Chinese journalists working in the US to 90 days. It's the latest retaliatory measure in the back and forth between the two counties. Earlier this year the US capped the number of Chinese journalists working for 5 Chinese media companies in the US to 100 after China expelled 3 Wall Street Journal reporters. In retaliation China expels nearly all American reporters working for the Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and the New York Times.


5.  Rock and roll pioneer "Little Richard" has died. His distinctive vocal and piano stylings and performance has changed the faith of popular music. And XX, our member station WABE in Atlanta reports "Little Richard" influenced countless of other musicians.

Born Richard Penniman in Macon Georgia during the Great Depression, Little Richard got his start singing in local churches. He got an early break as a teenager when gospel Sister Rosetta Tharpe asked him to join her on stage at the Macon auditorium. He later recalled "that is the best thing" that ever happen to him. With songs like "Tutti Frutti" and "Long Tally Sally", Little Richard brought black music into the mainstream, eventually selling more than 30 million records worldwide. He was part of the first class of inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, with the likes of Elvis Presley猫王, Chuck Berry查克贝里, and Buddy Holly巴迪霍利. Little Richard's death was announced on his official Facebook page Saturday. He was 87.
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