Senator Anna Caballero says:

“The impacts of work where you live, don’t live where you work started to swirl in my head.

“I have been thinking about what that could mean for Greenfield, Los Banos, Merced and the Central Valley. I started to think about communities like Hollister, Westley, Patterson and more places that used to be rural, but are now over-run by Silicon Valley super-commuters.”

“We can sit idly by, blind to the lessons that this pandemic puts before our eyes. Or we can wake up to the new normal, and plan for a virtual future, where online commerce, tele-health, tele-education and more are equally available to anyone anywhere in California”

Read her full article here in CalMatters