By Eli Rosenberg

Source: The Washington Post

A city in Southern California is using stimulus money to get hazard pay bonuses into the pockets of essential workers.

In Oxnard, a city of about 208,000 northwest of Los Angeles, the city council unanimously approved a measure last week to give anyone who worked at least three months in a grocery store or pharmacy during the first 12 months of the coronavirus pandemic a $1,000 bonus.

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