More of California under tight restrictions due to virus

DON THOMPSON and JOHN ANTCZAK Associated Press SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Extraordinary restrictions on everyday activities expanded to more areas of California on Wednesday as many parents around the state struggled to fathom the prospect put forth by Gov. Gavin Newsom of schools staying closed until summer to head off spread of the coronavirus. Newsom, meantime, announced he would spend $150 million to provide emergency housing for the homeless. Two-thirds of the money will go directly to local governments to spend on homeless services and $50 million will be used by the state to purchase 1,300 travel trailers and lease hotel rooms for emergency housing. California has more than 150,000 homeless people, the most in the nation, and there's concern that as the rest of the state's res
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