Jill Cowan

Jill Cowan

@JillCowan

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I write California Today for @nytimes.

Los Angeles, CA
Joined on August 16, 2011
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Super interesting to learn about the "Californization" of the Olympics, which, of course, was not an accident. Glad to hear from @bambam1729, Mark Dyreson and @Neftalie: https://t.co/q72GKa1DSj

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Quoted @DallasNewsGuild

JUST RELEASED: Our @DallasNewsGuild diversity study leads us to this strong statement by our colleagues: https://t.co/MwAsZ4JaHm https://t.co/JxyQmMxoDe

JUST RELEASED: Our @DallasNewsGuild diversity study leads us to this strong statement by our colleagues: https://t.co/MwAsZ4JaHm https://t.co/JxyQmMxoDe

To live out its commitment to "the rock of truth & righteousness," "fairness & integrity" @dallasnews must address these staffing / pay disparities. - People of color make 75 cents for every dollar paid to white colleagues - Women of color make 65 cents compared to white men https://t.co/x4X58nD6HA

@lapublichealth⁩ and ⁦@JillCowan⁩ with the latest on COVID in LA County, when the unvaccinated are driving an unsettling surge. Via @NYTimes https://t.co/cb9D8AsrBp

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@lapublichealth Key points: -She'd like to see community transmission back down to a moderate level (rather than substantial or widespread) before lifting mandate. - @lapublichealth is open to allowing businesses to allow unmasked patrons if they're checking vaccination status. But not yet.

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"One of the worst things we can do is trash people who haven’t come in for vaccination." I talked w/ Dr. Barbara Ferrer @lapublichealth about when she'll feel safe lifting the mask mandate and vaccine hesitancy: https://t.co/QMpWA4cSRT

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Enjoyed talk w @NYTimes Jill Cowan about why #extremeheat must be treated like disaster, how it will interact with wildfire smoke for a double crisis, and reasons for optimism as technology and policy adapt. ⁦@UCLA_csolutions⁩ ⁦@dgsomuclahttps://t.co/kptnmFHh53

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Sona Patel
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LA's announcement requiring masks indoors comes exactly one month after California lifted nearly all of its restrictions. Here's @JillCowan's reporting about the state's June 15 reopening. https://t.co/parVxw4rXS

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LA County will require masks to be worn inside regardless of vaccination status. The mandate begins Saturday, July 17, just before midnight. https://t.co/7GQpyEKLGF

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.@ilkayaltintas, @SDSC_UCSD chief data science officer and founding director of @WIFIRELab, and her team are using technology and data to prevent out-of-control #wildfires and minimize the destruction they cause. https://t.co/kycDNlH1b9

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The #CAdrought is forcing difficult choices around water in California, especially when it comes to farming. @PPICWater’s @EllenHanak shares insights with @jillcowan in the @nytimes. Read it: https://t.co/lNVNzayV6V

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Quoted @TheBrianPark

Interesting stuff here about the differences between the mayor’s offices of L.A. and New York City: https://t.co/EynWzq15w7 via @JillCowan https://t.co/4fhQfCLrjU

Interesting stuff here about the differences between the mayor’s offices of L.A. and New York City: https://t.co/EynWzq15w7 via @JillCowan https://t.co/4fhQfCLrjU

An actually useful comparison between LA and NY!! Insight from @RSonensheinPBI https://t.co/uguUWEMR9b

Glad to be part of this thoughtful @nytimes article about farmers and the #CAdrought by @jillcowan. There are no easy answers—but the state *can* find ways to protect both farmers and the environment. https://t.co/V7fJHTrfwa

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.@RSonensheinPBI spoke w/ @JillCowan of @nytimes about the role of the LA City mayor. "The real challenge is that there's a lot of power in LA government, but it is divided among many institutions." https://t.co/jqjyhEL00Q

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Like the rest of California’s problems, which crops to grow and how much should be planted is a shifting puzzle, writes @JillCowan. “Consider the almond. In the midst of the last drought, the tree nut was much maligned for being, well, thirsty.” https://t.co/ESo8S4Drca

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Talked w/ @ellenhanak about the Great Almond Backlash (and the backlash to the backlash) in the last drought. Turns out it also tells us a little about how *this* drought may shape the future of ag in California: https://t.co/RS8l54TU2n

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The National Weather Service issued an excessive heat warning for much of California beginning Friday at noon. Southern California’s inland regions could reach 117 degrees. https://t.co/tw0GWsKCep via @igrullonpaz

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Quoted @palafo

Readers (and some NYT staffers) have shared stories of their humiliating Spelling Bee defeats... You never forget the word that stumped you, apparently. https://t.co/BgTRBO6jLa

oh god, limousine https://t.co/SvGFgwFOYB

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In the newsletter today, I asked David McCuan and @RecallElections my most burning question about the Sept. 14 recall date: CUI BONO?? 🧐🧐https://t.co/izLwceYF8S

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