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"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"At least 84 a 45 mile per hour. So with E. Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Releasing their findings to the Sheriff Alex Villanueva summarized their investigative findings that Tiger Woods accident was caused by unsafe speed and inability to negotiate the curve. Estimated speed that the first area of impact were 84 to 87 MPH. In the final estimated speed. When the vehicle struck the tree was 75 MPH. There were no citations issued and there no signs of impairment. In a statement, Tiger Woods said he understood the investigation into his accident had been completed. He thanked paramedics, the sheriff's department and hospital and medical staff, including the Good Samaritan who helped him after the accident and said he is focused on his recovery. Now he sustained leg, foot and ankle fractures in the accident. That's just go. Rosenthal doctor Akila Weber is piers headed toward the California State Assembly. He's well ahead in the special election for the 79th Assembly district with more than 52% of the vote. In a cocoa news interview, Dr Webber, who's a physician at Rady Children's Hospital, said her first priority in the assembly will be to help people recover from the impacts of the pandemic on kids or butt out of school parents without jobs and their health and that we are able to make sure that health wise that everyone has access to quality health care. Dr Webber will be replacing her mother. Surely Weber, who also served in the assembly. And she's down California's secretary of state name But the governor after Alex Padilla was appointed to replace Vice President Kamila Harris in the U. S. Senate. Cliff Albert Kogo News Send you County Now in the Orange tier 212 new coronavirus cases announced yesterday. Grocery stores. Another retail sites are.

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"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Breaking the beach retrial will move forward. I'm Jack Cronin in the Kogo New Center, a vote of 56 to 44 in the U. S said. Over a constitutional question before the official trial starts tomorrow did pass and so things will move forward. They will be back to back 16 our testimonies from both sides of the aisle among those going to move forward New California Senator Alex Padilla. I've only been in the Senate for a couple of weeks now, but wanted to be part of this important process until it up to my important responsibility. 16 hours of arguments on both sides that will start tomorrow. Here in San Diego, the county Republican Party has endorsed Marco Contreras. The special election. The race for the 79th Assembly district. Shirley Weber, appointed secretary of State in California by Governor Gavin Newsom. So the San Diego Assembly cedar We filled with a primary April 6th a special election June 8th contrary is getting the Republican Party endorsement of run against the Democratic Party. Endorsement is Webber's daughter, Akila Weber locates the City Council member. On the other side. The seventh district includes Lemon Grove, Lamaze, the National City, Tula vista and parts of the city of San Diego. Parents with students in Sandhya Ghetto, Carlsbad, Vista, Oceanside, San Marcos and pound away a swell since Anita Schools are all coming together, try and get their kids back into actual classroom teacher answered, he tells her reporting partner 10 News. Many teachers feel like the discussion's over reopening schools have been hostile and unproductive. I feel on social media has established themselves as a group that is Addressing this in a way that is very much attacking teachers. The California Teachers Association says they want teachers vaccinated before returning to the classroom. Jenny Merrifield doesn't have kids in school anymore, but feels the pain of parents and was one of the organizers of the parent Association of North County are messages. Students first We have to have our school district's focus on the needs of students Mary Field, adding They don't want students to go to an unsafe campus either, but students need to have representation. Zachary Barnes Kogan News and the pollution from me to you. Juan River Valley now officially a public health crisis. The county Board of Supervisors unanimously voting today to approve the declaration Supervisor Nora Vargas, saying the things are long overdue. When it comes to San Diego on the border. We will continue to work on federal efforts to address transparent pollution of the decline of River Valley and we'll be supporting the Border Water Restoration and Protection Act to bring more federal dollars to the region. For years, our low income communities of color have been placed on the sightlines. This is not sustainable and will not be longer tolerated for supervisors also proving $30 million in Corona virus relief for businesses that been impacted by the pandemic. Let's check in now on your real time Traffic.

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"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Well, you can root for your favorite team this Sunday. But do the yelling and screaming at home as much as you can. Let's not have the Super Bowl become the next beginning of a huge surge here in California. Don't fumble this. We're almost there. Let's keep our guard up a little bit longer. Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Marr Galli says before Thanksgiving, some sporting events in Southern California, including Dodgers and Lakers games, helped lead to a surge in deaths in the state. Coronado's Middle School and high school reopened for in person instruction this week, while San Diego County remains in the purple tear, and now in a cease and desist letter, some teachers were saying it's illegal. The California Teachers Association accused Coronado Unified School District of Wrongfully Opening A state rules explicitly prohibits schools from opening during the purple tear. Both county and district officials deny the district is breaking the rules despite state rules stating for middle and high schools to reopen the county's case. Rate must be below seven per 100,000. San Diego is at 50 cases per 100,000. Those schools that reopened free in person instruction before the county fell to the purple tear could stay open. The teachers argue Coronado Schools did not meet the state's criteria to be defined as reopened before the county. Moved tears. Zachary Barnes Kogo news Well. It was a major incident in the Navy. But now charges have been dropped. The Navy has dropped sexual assault charges against in a listed seal accused of raping a female sailor of the Fourth of July party at a base in Iraq. The incident had prompted the rare withdrawal of the special operations unit in 2019. Under the agreement accepted by the court, special Warfare Operator First Class Adele and yacht pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of battery and assault for biting a woman's face and grabbing her neck. Navy prosecutors said the sailor consented to having sex with an yacht. The case caused seal Team seven platoon to be sent home early to San Diego as the Navy strength and discipline in its secretive elite force I miniseries of scandals. Marilyn Haider Kogo News. The governor has declared special elections in San Diego's 79th Assembly district to replace new Secretary of State Shirley Weber. The primary will now be April 6th. The top two candidates will advance to a general election. June 8th. Special elections will cover parts of the city of San Diego, Chula Vista National City Lemon Grove in La Mesa. Among several candidates. Webber's daughter, La Mesa City Council member a kilo Weber has already announced her intention to run for her mother's seat, Chakra and cuckoo News. Crash of a Black Hawk helicopter from the Idaho National Guard is killed three service members Lucas Tomlinson has more from the Pentagon. No Army National Guard's has three soldiers were killed when their U. H. 60 Black Hawk helicopter crashed outside Boise. Helicopter was on a routine training flight when it went down at 8 P.m. Tuesday. Just past midnight. Rescue crews located the downed helicopter in personnel. The cause of the crash is unknown and an investigation is underway. Names of those killed are being withheld until next of kin have been notified, is the second deadly crash for the National Guard. In the past two weeks. On January, 20th of Black Hawk crashed in upstate New York, killing all three aboard. Nominations for the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards are out this morning, which celebrates the best in TV and film and the Netflix movie. Manc walked away with six nominations ever make yourself to home, Mr Mankowitz, or Shall I quite You heard before you just call me Mac back, Frank. Thanks, mate. This'll is Harmon Mankowitz. But where to call him. Bank Bank Bank was directed by David Fincher. And it's about Citizen Kane. The 78th Golden Globes will take place. On February 28th. What will Super Bowl commercials look like this year? Well, we're gonna have a preview coming up live along with your traffic and your updated weather on San Diego's morning news. Local news time is 8 37 Dome. I'll report There's no thing that we can do differently on covert 19 because nothing is in their vocabulary except for brute political power. And that's what we must exhibit today. We tasted three on news radio 600 Kogo.

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"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"How cryptic this big game you speak of rhymes with Move for molding crimes with nothing patchy fog this morning, then up hurriedly close guys today just the winds and the mountains and desert Coast up to 62 inland 68, the mountains 56 the deserts up to 79 Right now downtown. It looks like we are pretty foggy and it's 57 degrees. I'm going to use time is 5 12? Well, here's some good news. It's going to be easier to find a vaccination. CBS will begin giving covert 19 vaccinations to eligible people. Next Thursday, the 11th so it will be given at the pharmacy locations across the state, including San Diego, Carlsbad and Chula Vista, the president among those at the Capitol rotunda, paying respects to Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick, who died following the January 6th attack on the Capitol. This is a significant honor officer Sick. Nick is one of only five people in the country's history Toe lion honor. At the Capitol. We saw President Joe Biden and first lady Dr Jill Biden paying their respects here. They joined Officer Sick Nick's family, some lawmakers and his fellow Capitol police officers, his family, saying they want to thank and congressional leadership for this historic honor. They also tell us they want to express appreciation to the millions of people who offered support. Sympathies, they say knowing their personal tragedy and loss is shared by the nation brings hope for healing. That's Lindsay Watts reporting San Diego sheriff's A. A shooting in an illegal spring Valley Cannabis dispensary sent one victim to the hospital yesterday evening. Shooting reported about 8 30 on all of Dr between Bancroft and Helix said an unlicensed cannabis business medics took one gunshot victim to the hospital. Their condition unknown on Lee, vague descriptions of a vehicle possibly involved in the shooting were immediately available. Investigators still on the scene this morning. It follows another raid at an unlicensed dispensary last Sunday, seizing £400 of cannabis $3500 in cash and a handgun well, San Diego shares to Arman says it's located the body of a to macula man who disappeared from the North County campground. Steve Mesa. Turi was reported missing last week after he walked away from the All Seasons RV Park in Escondido. That was on January 26. His body was located by canine search team on Tuesday near the northwest area of the lake. Divers had been searching the lake, but recent heavy rains made a very tough and kept moving, muddy water making visibility a challenge County's medical examiner investigating his cause of death Governor has declared special elections in San Diego 79th Assembly district to replace new Secretary of State Shirley Weber. The primary will now be April 6th. The top two candidates will advance to a general election. June 8th. Special elections will cover parts of the city of San Diego, Chula Vista National City Lemon Grove in La Mesa. Among several candidates. Webber's daughter, La Mesa City Council member a kilo Weber has already announced her intention to run for her mother's seat, Chakra and cuckoo News. Coco News Time is 5 14 space Sex will be hoping the third time's the charm whenever it launches another Mars rocket prototype. Tuesday's second attempt ended and another fiery crash. Has flight in South Texas reached as high as six miles, but the craft exploded upon landing. A similar failure happened in December. Space X hopes to send a starship to the Red Planet in a few years. It also has more trips planned to the international space station this year. Well, it appears Morgan Wallen has gotten himself into Ah, a bit of a pickle again. Here's Nick McGahee's.

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"79th assembly district" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on KCRW

"That shield on the ground in the morning Reg the possibility of a call receiving that phone call. And my heart aches for the families, the FBI says is conducting an internal investigation into the shooting. The suspect, who was also killed, reportedly barricaded himself in his home. Two agents who died had both worked to come back child pornography and exploitation. Aisha Roscoe NPR News Governor, Andrew Cuomo says the federal government will increase the supply of vaccine to states by 5% over the next three weeks. NPR's Sally her ship's reports. This means a list of who's eligible in New York may also increase. Taxi drivers and workers at restaurants and facilities for the developmentally disabled may now be eligible to receive shots. Governor Cuomo says local officials can expand the list of who's eligible as long as they meet existing federal guidelines for distribution. Some localities have already done a large percentage of their police the fire their teachers. And they do have flexibility almost at New York State will also test targeting neighborhoods with high positivity rates. A dry run in mass vaccination event will be held at Yankee Stadium on Lee Open to residents of the Bronx. Sally, her ship's NPR news Senate voted 56 to 43 today to confirm Alejandro May or kisses, Secretary of Homeland Security. York is a Cuban American is the first Latino on first immigrant to hold the job. Stocks closed higher on Wall Street. The Dow was up 475 points. This is NPR. And at 704 on a Tuesday, February 2nd. This is case here. W. On Larry Perella. Here is what's happening. Three people have been critically hurt after an explosion at a movie set in Santa Clarita today. The blast was reported to have been caused by a pyrotechnic malfunction resulted in those people being burned in a small brushfire starting on nearby hillsides. Forward. Progress of that fire was stopped at one acre by the L. A county fire department. The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Department is asking people to stay clear of that area during an investigation into what happened as California's covered 19 numbers continue to trend downwards, TheStreet Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley. Had this warning for residents today. Don't fumble this. We're almost there. Let's keep our guard up a little bit longer. The caution comes as big events like Super Bowl Sunday and Lunar New Year just around the corner. Officials say that the possibility of people from different households mixing to celebrate could set back recent progress just like we saw after Thanksgiving state is reporting roughly 12,000 new cases and 422 additional deaths from covert 19 today. Kelly says. While we haven't seen lower numbers like these for some time, the threat of new variants is out there. The chance for another surge in California is real. It's still circulating Cove. It is in our communities. Our case rates are down, but they're not love. Scientists are watching new strains in Brazil and the UK. Those variants have been detected in the state and are said to be more contagious. Governor Newsome today announced a special election to fill the seat left empty by newly appointed California Secretary of State Shirley Weber. Where was the representative for the 79th Assembly district. But the election of Joe Biden is president and former U S senator as vice president led to her open seat. Former Secretary of state Alex Padilla, was selected to fill Kamila Harris is vacant role. After that. Newsome nominated Weber to fill that seat for appointment makes her the first black person to hold the job of the state's top election. Official. Only leaders are taking steps to prevent anti vaccination protesters from delaying vaccine event today, LAPD chief Michael Moore told the Police Commission. His officers will have little tolerance for people getting in the way of Angelenos seeking to protect themselves against the deadly virus years. Kcrw's Matt Gillam Swift and certain. That's how Mork characterized enforcement against people interfering with vaccine distribution. The chief says Anti vaccine demonstrators who blocked traffic in vaccination sites or confront people looking to get inoculated will be cited or even arrested. Roughly 50 protesters carrying anti mask signs and shouting patent falsehoods about vaccines shut down operations at Dodger Stadium for an hour on Saturday, though no appointments were canceled. Going forward. L. A county supervisor Hilda Seles says an area at the stadium will be set aside for demonstrations. More echoed that when talking to the police Commission, saying he was working with the fire Department to establish a designated zone for protests that won't interfere with distribution efforts. This KCRW's back Dylan reporting and Path breaking television executive Jamie Tarses has died at the age of 56 from what her family says. Was complications from a cardiac event. She had suffered a stroke in the fall At ABC, Tarsus became the first woman to run programming for a major broadcast network at the age of 32 before that, He was the architect of NBC's vaunted must see TV, which dominated primetime with shows like Mad about You, Frasier. And this one friends,.

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"79th assembly district" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Governor Gavin Newsom is declaring special elections in San Diego 79th Assembly district to replace the new secretary of state Shirley Weber. We get details from Jack Cronin. The primary will now be April 6th. The top two candidates will advance to a general election June 8th. Special elections will cover parts of the city of San Diego, Chula Vista National City Lemon Grove in La Mesa. Among several candidates. Webber's daughter, La Mesa City Council member a kilo ever has already announced her intention to run for her mother's seat. Jack Cronin, NBC NEWS radio. It's 6 34 on the kfbk. Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. Alright Joe Michaels, thank you and Exxon suffered its first annual loss and 40 years. Jason Brooks explain pandemic devastated global oil demand and Exxon paid a heavy price. Hasn't lost more than $22 billion in 2020, its first annual loss as a public company. That compares to Exxon, making a profit of more than $14 billion in 2019. Other global oil giants have also posted big losses, with BP reporting its first annual loss in a decade at $5.7 billion And that is CBS News Business reporter Jason Brooks, 6, 35 and KPK. This hour's top national stories Now a news 93.1 kfbk. At least three people were critically injured after an explosion at a film set in Santa Clarita, California Democratic lawmakers moving forward with legislation to pass President Biden's cove in 19 relief plan with their without Republicans to make a prediction about whether Republicans will vote yes or no, but I think we can put together a bill that will meet Standards of what the American people expect. It will include Republican priorities. You Senator Tim Kaine, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is meeting with Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. The Georgia Republicans comments have been criticized by Democrats and some in her own party. There's more snow in the forecast this week for the Northeast, and that could complicate efforts to get covert 19 vaccination shipments back on track. Maxine Deliveries were very likely affected UPS tells us that the storm did impact cargo flights. Now ups and FedEx both say that meteorologists are helping reroute, deliver maybe sees Geovany test area all binary B C news, all right. And if we want to help you pay your bills that.

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"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Two sons have been out of work since of Last March. That's Leslie Martin, speaking with our reporting partner 10 News. She was working at the convention center before Cove in 19 canceled all events there. She was one of 1100 families who lined up at Pechanga Arena for the food drive and feeding. San Diego CEO Dan Shea says registration for the food boxes filled up in less than two days. Yes, and he's getting greater and because even when the pandemic is over The economy is not going to recover it quickly and will would like it to this'd going to go on for some time. Nobody knows how long San Diego Imperial County Labor Council estimated last month that up to 77,000 service industry employees are out of work. Zachary Barnes Kogo news, sending a police officer Stein on duty. 39 year old officer David System, a veteran of more than a decade, died early this morning. He was responding to a call of a suspect under the influence, but another officer arrested that man. And officer sister never came in contact with him at the scene. Experienced shortness of breath was taken to the hospital and passed away. The cause of death is still under investigation. They send you go Police department mourning his loss You survived by a wife and two young Children. The governor has declared a special election in San Diego 79th Assembly district, replacing new Secretary of State Shirley Weber. Primarily April 6th general election June 8th. This will cover parts of San Diego National City, Chili Vista, Lemon Grove, Angela Mesa, where Webber's daughter, Libby, says City Council member A kilo ever sorry, declared her intention to run for her mother's seats. And finally Former Mayor Kevin Faulkner's made things official here is running for governor, saying the current government in California has failed during the pandemic. Newsome has botched the.

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"79th assembly district" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Rating of Governor Gavin Newsom is falling. A survey conducted by UC Berkeley's Institute of Government Studies found that 46% Of registered voters do give him the thumbs up on the job. He's doing his governor, but last fall, his approval numbers were 64%. Mark DiCamillo, the director of the Berkeley IGs poll says the main reason voters sided for Newsome's falling approval rating is his handling of the pandemic, including the delayed covered vaccine rollout and confusion over the rules for the regional stay at home orders for businesses the respective quite a few people in the orders that he's been issuing in terms of opening and closing and Businesses and so on. That's where I think the problem lies. Even so, the survey finds about 49% of California voters say the effort to recall the governor is a bad idea. We have that question for you on our KCK Twitter poll today. Now more news with KFC CASE Joe Michael's CITY, California health officials say the latest numbers for covert 19 are trending downward and they're hopeful of the state is turning the corner after the surge in cases related to the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. FB CASE Greg fisherman tells us There's still worried, though about two other big events coming up hospitalizations, ICU patients, new infections, They're all down. But with the Super Bowl and the Lunar New Year, both coming up, Dr. Mark Golly, the state secretary of health and human services, is urging people to continue avoiding big gatherings. But we want to make sure that this Super Super Bowl does not become that next. Big spread event that we do what we can and keep our guard up. I know it's hard. I know many people looking forward to gathering, Dr Daly says. Even though the current trends or positive there are still many more people infected and contagious than there were just a few months ago. He's hoping that with increasing vaccination rates, the numbers will continue to improve, But events like the Super Bowl could slow or even reverse the positive trend. Greg Fishman News 93.1 KFBK, The Roseville Joint Union High School District is keeping its five day in person schedule welcoming students on campus for nearly a full day. The district had considered going back to Ah hybrid schedule because of the recent surge in covered 19 cases, but board members have voted to survey families to identify which students plan to return to properly prepare classrooms at Roseville granted Bay and antelope I schools, according to coronavirus guidelines. Earlier this week, the district announced their schools will continue the five day schedule with 4 FT. Spacing in classrooms after plaster and state health officials gave the green light Well. Governor Gavin Newsom is declaring special elections in San Diego 79th Assembly district, those to replace new secretary of State Surely Webern. Jack Cronin has the details. The primary will now be April 6th. The top two candidates will advance to a general election. June 8th. Special elections will cover parts of the city of San Diego, Chula Vista National City Lemon Grove in La Mesa. Among several candidates. Webber's daughter, La Mesa City Council member a kilo ever has already announced her intention to run for her mother's seat. Jack Cronin, NBC NEWS radio. It's 4 34 on the KFBK Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. All right, Joe Michaels. Thanks and Exxon suffered its first annual loss in 40 years, Jason Brooks has more pandemic devastated global oil demand, and Exxon paid a heavy price. Hasn't lost more than $22 billion in 2020, its first annual loss as a public company. That compares to Exxon, making a profit of more than $14 billion in 2019. Other global oil giants have also posted big losses, with BP reporting its first annual loss in a decade at $5.7 billion All right. That brings our time to 4, 35 and kfbk. We'll get you caught up on this hour's top national stories Now on news 93.1 KPK attorneys for former President Trump plan to argue that his Senate.

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"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"All right, so one thing we're doing is we're building the case as to why the Democrats have run the state into the ground, including Gavin Newsom. We're trying to trigger a recall election. That's the way we can fight back and express how angry we are with the direction of our state. Another way for us to do that is to win all the other seats that we can possibly win. We'd have to wait till 2022 for State Assembly States Senate. That's a long way off. Well here in San Diego, the Assembly district 79 seat is going to be vacated because surely Weber, the assemblywoman. Has been nominated to become the new secretary of state. 79th district here in San Diego Islam Mesa. It includes parts of San Diego Lemon Grove. It is a district that Republicans may have a chance to win with the right candidate. I'm introducing you to someone I think is the right candidate. Marco's and says Narrows is a businessman, obviously a Latino and he has announced he is going to run for the 79th Assembly district joins us on the day Maya report Marco, Thanks for stopping by Hey, Carl. Thank you for having me. So what business have you been involved in your successful businessman here in San Diego? Thank you. Yeah, we own a customs brokerage. Most people don't know what that is. But we have a license from home Homeland security that allows us to represent the importers in the U. S. On a trucking company and a consulting firm. And I've been doing that for about 10 years now. So why are you running for State assembly? I mean, it's a special election. She's she's on her way out. But why would you want to join the State Assembly? The state of California? That's a great question. Carl. Um I've tasted of the goodness of this country Azan immigrant who lived in another country before I know there's nowhere else in the world that gives you the opportunities. That our country does. And if we learned anything from 2020 is that anything can happen. So we we just felt like it was time and we think we have a lot of friends. On DNO, a lot of people and when we talk to people, they just got so excited, and we could You know what? We're gonna give it a shot. We're gonna take back our state. Now you're gonna have some people saying well He's an immigrant. That's code for. He's gonna be weak on the border. Where you on things like the border wall. You support the border wall. That's a great question. You know, I I'm a U. S citizen was one in San Diego grew up in Mexico because my parents couldn't afford to raise me here. But But I do believe that is an immigrant. You need to be someone who comes in. On go through all the proper procedures, all the protocols and an illegal way And when you come in, you need to come to contribute to our country. So that's that's why stand immigration wide. But does that mean you support a border wall? You know that zoo great question that I would have to look at the data, But I do support. Um strong borders for sure. Okay, um, because here's the thing that I always have Ah, challenge with is that, um, you know when we go into these races, and I think you're a very attractive candidate, I think you've got the business background. You're very, very inspirational story. To win a competitive. See you gotta you gotta fire up the base. To get you know Republicans and independents who are upset, you know, to turn out T show up to a special election because it's not a normally scheduled election and you have to be authentic. They don't want a politician because right now we've been lied to by politicians in the state of California. They talk out of both sides of their You know what I'm not talking about the mouth and talk about the other orifice is and they want someone to be genuine. So I would encourage you tol up with that answer, because I know that a lot of people going to say, Well, this guy is gonna be a squish. If he's running in a more Democrats seat and be who you wanna be. You know, this is an answer that you should know right out the gate because it's so it's gonna be a question that you're gonna be asked. Here's another one. Did you vote for Donald Trump? Did I vote for Trump? Because I loved his passion for the creating a jobs. I really appreciate it that I think I think that's the engine for our country. More jobs, so Yeah. Now that's a good answer. Marco Again, your first time candidate. Ah, lot of these first time candidates were told by their political consultants to play it safe. And, you know, go along. Get along. Marco, I want you to be authentic. I want you to be who you are to be proud of it. And if that means you oppose the border will be honest about that. If you support a border wall be honest about that, too. What would you do if you were already in the assembly? To fight back against the covert 19 lockdowns. I think that's the most important issue that we should be able to focus on. And what would you do about the unemployment benefits that people aren't getting through the department? Yeah, very sad, I think. Well, first of all, I think we need to, you know, gather the base and we need to, uh ah approach the issue with scientific data, and I feel like Like we haven't been shown the data and at this time that would be that probably the first step to the weekend create change have change. And I was just talking to Ah, gentlemen the other day who has been a server. In the restaurant industry, who for 22 years and he hasn't had a job for nine months. So that's just tough to hear. So Yeah, one of my main, um, what I'm most passionate about is opening up our economy again with a data driven approach. I really care about Covitz. But but we we just have to look at at, um both sides and see um and see how we can improve our economy for for our constituents. All right. What's your website? Tol Get people to support your cause and check.

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"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Coronavirus cases. That is only a positive test rate of 6% at 10.7% rate over the last two weeks, hospital admissions continue to drop his well. Those were down by 10% the unfortunate number of the deaths 79 today A record daily number is a lagging indicator of the surge that happened in November and December. An appellate court has ruled that a San Diego judge was wrong to allow county restaurants to open last month, the court reversed. Judge Joel fulfills orders, saying a preliminary injunction went too far in Looting restaurants in a lawsuit brought by the two strip clubs that contested the restrictions, Limited live entertainment and associate justice wrote. The judge entered an overbroad injunction that was unsupported by the law Attorney Brian Camp Attack tells KOGO news This case is a mess opinion goes on to say this doesn't have to do with restaurants opening. Why did they keep talking about restaurants? It really was kind of a mistake, In my opinion to try to mesh the two together because you need a Please clear opinion about whether or not restaurants gonna open either indoors or outdoors or both. And this opinion doesn't do it to protect this representing San Diego restaurants in the class action suit in which he's trying to get a permit fees reimbursed. Marilyn Haider kobo news. The economy continues take a hit from pandemic and the shutdown, with the latest numbers coming from December. It would be the After the new shutdown orders the state home waters went into effect. San Diego's unemployment rate at 8% State Employment Development Department reported that the region's jobless rate rose from about 6.5% in November. 28% in December, the first increase in unemployment since May. Food Service took the biggest hit with more than 10,000 jobs lost. States orders limit restaurants to take out only forces salons too close and capped retail at 20% in December of 2019, the unemployment rate was only 2.8% over the years, San Diego County has seen more than 105,000 jobs, lost. Zachary Barnes KOGO News. The CDC has updated things. The timeline some of the recommendations for the vaccines. And when people receive a second shot, the C D. C is now saying that in certain situations, the latter dosage of the two shot vaccine can be spaced. This week support up to now 21 days had been recommended between Fizer vaccine doses. Moderna shots were to be given 28 days apart. The CDC also says on Lee under rare circumstances should the second dosage be different from the first Guidelines that remain include minimum ages for the vaccines. 16 for Fizer, 18 4 Moderna at this time, Children and teens under the products low and ages should still refrain from getting the vaccines that's going all. Scott's the impeachment trial in the Senate for President Trump. The second round will now start On February 8 House impeachment managers will deliver a single article of impeachment against former President Trump to the Senate Monday night. Senators will be sworn in as jurors a day later, but then both sides will have until February. 8th to prepare briefs. Healing and unity will only come if there is truth and accountability and that is what this trial will provide. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Democrats accused Trump of incitement of insurrection related to the January 6th riot at the U. S. Capitol. Until opening arguments. The Senate will continue confirming nominees and working on covert relief legislation. Shared helper in the secretary of defense has now been approved by the Senate. Nearly 75 years, there has never been a man of color leading the Pentagon. That all changed today when the U. S. Senate confirmed Lloyd Austin to be the first black secretary of defense in this nation's history. 67 year Old West Point grad in Alabama. Native retired from the military is a four star Army general in 2016. After leading US Central Command responsible for all combat forces in the Middle East. Austin was a career infantry officer and paratrooper. He commanded a brigade from the famed 82nd Airborne Division. Later, assistant division commander of the third Infantry Division during the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Deployed to Afghanistan is the commanding general of the 10th Mountain Division a short time later. It's like his talents. And if I understand you go have a new registrar of voters. Michael Vu is being promoted the former restaurant voters who served in that role last eight years. He's now the number two civilian the position for San Diego County, the assistant chief administrative officer. You continue to lead the Registrar of Voters office through what is expect to be a special election for the 79th Assembly district. Send you guys. Some of them were surely Webber's been nominated by the governor's services. Secretary of State something special election. Their assistant registrar, Cynthia past will serve as the acting registrar of voters in San Diego County. It's Michael Vu is promoted to assistant chief administrative officer coming up next, we'll talk with sharp health care. They are now among the healthcare providers back sitting those 75 older in San Diego, give you the details coming up next. This is news radio 600 Kogo. This summer..

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"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Last month that would have reopened county restaurants for indoor and outdoor dining. I Marilyn Haider in the Cocoa New Center. The ruling was part of the lawsuit actually started from a pair of strip clubs, but the judge extended it to all restaurants before the state received a stay on the order. Today, the ruling is overturned. Attorney Brian Camp attack representing restaurant owners in a different case says this ruling could impact other restaurants suits there. Enough in here that Had received the government. The adversaries about re opening restaurants can hold their hat on to say, Well, look at this a build entertainment case. They said the restrictions were narrowly tailored and that would apply to other types of restaurant cases or other types of businesses. So I worry about that, because you need to clean discussion about what involves restaurant camp attack is representing restaurant owners in a different case in which he's trying to get their fees reimbursed. The U. S relationship with Mexico it likely to change. Former Mexican ambassador to the U. S. Arturo Siro Con's predicts that President Biden will look to normalize relations. But he says it takes two to tango question here is whether the Mexican administration is really to build a synergistic, forward looking strategic relationship with United States. Mexico remains a key trading partner for the United States, but we'll look to work on a number of issues, including better business practices and climate change. Immigration policies and policy making between border cities are on the agenda this weekend as sending a Meriton Gloria takes part in the U. S. Conference of Mayors Winter meeting, which runs through next Tuesday. Tomorrow, the mayor will lay out his vision and priorities on a range of critical issues, including legal and illegal immigration, that DACA program, border infrastructure and the San Diego Tijuana region. Advocacy groups are warning immigrants maybe some of the most difficult people to reach during the largest vaccination campaign in American history. Some immigrants in the country illegally fear information taken during their vaccinations could be turned over to authorities. So they may not seek out vaccines, while those who speak little or no English may find it difficult to access shots Group's heir heading into farm fields to bring vaccines and information to migrant laborers and trying to counter misinformation in Spanish and other languages. San Diego will have a new registrar of voters as Michael via Vu is promoted. One registrar of voters. Michael, who served in the role of the last eight years, is now in the number two civilian position for San Diego County. Assistant chief administrative officer who continue to lead the registrar of voters through the special election in the 79th Assembly district. Now that San Diego some remember Shirley Weber has been nominated by the governor's service, secretary of state in California. Assistant registrar Cynthia past will serve now as the acting registrar of voters in San Diego County. Jack Cronin. Coco News, the Down down 1 79 of 9 30,096. And now it 403 Coco's real time Traffic with my Can Cock from helps 3800 dealers. Traffic Center with the South Little Five little slow go through the triangle, with the crash cleared from lanes of governor, Dr We've got the South won 25 very tight from the West eight down to Spring Street and West 78 crash after nordle clearing from the left lane with Stillson jammed up traffic off the North 15. To support a sponsored by a 1 800. No cuffs. Criminal defense. Mike can cock with Kogo sexual Time. Updated for 13. I'm attorney Darren Kavinoky from 100. No cuffs. Can you do the alphabet backwards? Z y x w v u tried to have that by the side of the road. So if you get pulled over don't wing it. Call us at 1 800 no cuffs. Was updated SAN Diego Other showers tonight. Also tomorrow, the snow level will drop tomorrow as well between 9000 ft. We should be drawing out Sunday and then a bigger storm is coming Monday and Tuesday. Right now it is cloudy around the county and downtown at.

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"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:07 min | 1 year ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"They're taking him literally. Yeah, and our our own former colleague Will Carless, who now writes for the U. S. A today flew to from San Diego to D C, apparently sitting next to her the whole time. Yeah, it's amazing how small the world is Alright late last month, right before Christmas and right after we shut down the podcast for a little winter's nap. Governor Gavin Newsom made two big announcement. First, he appointed Secretary of State Alex Padilla to the U. S Senate seat that vice President elect Kamila Harris is leaving. And then he immediately Filled that secretary of State Seat with San Diego Assemblywoman. Shirley Weber, not Llorente. Gonzales. Yeah, That was a moment that I screamed at my desk to No one. It was. It's very rare that were that surprised about a political development of any kind. I mean, it goes years before you get those kinds of things. Yeah, it was Kind of a rare like, Oh, politics is fun for this, like one second in time, and then you know very quickly As we've discussed it became soul crushing. Again. Um, but there was a real moment there were with Padilla and Weber and Gaming out whom I take her place in the assembly, where things were kind of exciting and fun, And I appreciate that little gift. Yeah. So, um, Surely whoever represents the 79th Assembly district, which is, uh, southeastern San Diego, but also the Mesa Lemon Grove. And then south big parts of eastern Tula Vista. It's It's very similar to Sarah Jacobs District in Congress. It's this sprawling, extremely diverse. There's a lot of wealthy people there are poor people. There are vast diversity of ethnicities and backgrounds. Now next door to her is the assembly's district that Reading Gonzalez represents. And Lauren Gonzalez was openly running for secretary of state. She had been making it clear she wanted. Didn't she announced it on our podcast? That's right. She did make it official on the podcast. And she even had, like an actual campaign architectures set up really far in advance. I think in advance of even Alex Padilla running for reelection in 2020, or maybe 2018 she has, you know. Actual fundraising campaign committees set up she has, you know, like she's actually running, she raised like $350,000. She had built a portfolio of bills to sort of build her credibility for those seat. Access for younger people to the ballot. The motor voter the Is that what his motor voter registration at D. M. V. S. She had really tried to be. The legislator for running for voting rights is the reason you don't have to pay postage to mail in your ballot. You know, she's tried to spearhead voter education bills and allowing 17 year olds to vote. All kinds of Voting efforts has been one of not the only focus of her time in the Legislature. Obviously, she's very in the labor and Women's issues as well. But but it's certainly one of like the three cornerstones that she's been invested in. And then there's Weber, who who had never Told the governor. She wanted the job right and she you know, here's who she's by. Far as I said in the politics before I wrote about this, I think the undisputed best speaker on the hill in our in Sacramento, she and I think it's precisely because the things that she drives at the Capitol Are the things that she is deeply passionate about, and they are above all else to major things. One is criminal justice, reform and police use of lethal force and and changing how that works and then equity in quality of education and the two groups that she, you know fights with the most in those issues, the police union and the teachers union. You know, she's She's one of very few willing to take both of them on as seriously as she does. Yeah, it's going to be really interesting. You know, I think, she told Cal matters that she's Hopes that she has sort of put into place some pieces and encourage people in the Legislature to kind of take up that mantle, But it's not immediately clear to me who would do it so forcefully. There's another. You know, Southern California black legislator who has been involved in these issues. Holly Mitchell, who's now on the L, a County Board of Supervisors, and so without either of them in the Legislature. Um, I'm not sure who that champion would be. There are a few You know possibilities, but certainly no one who Would be so willing to take on these powerful groups as aggressively as she has. Yeah. So, uh, I mean credit. I mean, just before we move on from this particular point put into perspective. How did disappointed this must have been for Larentowicz also must have been just devastating. Yeah, I think, um As surprised as we all were. It was probably that surprise for her mixed with, you know, extreme disappointment and sorrow, and she and she probably had, like, really think about what she could say about it because another answer. She's friends and Everybody respects Shirley Weber, and you don't want to take away from that moment and and you know, black woman taking that seat to is such a powerful thing, especially voting rights, access and stuff like that. It's just It was an incredibly confusing day. I think for a lot of people. Yeah, And so I had sort of. I suppose I wasn't surprised necessarily that the governor didn't appoint. Llorona because she is so actively running the often times they don't want to put their finger on the scale for an upcoming and all election in that way, But if that were the case, he would expect them to appoint someone who was just sort of Ah, very clearly temporary guardian of the role a caretaker who was going to step aside and very quickly. We learned that Shirley Weber doesn't plan to do that. And so I think that is. What makes it so interesting is One. They were next door neighbors. They're district's are right next to each other colleagues who you know work on similar issues and of similar viewpoints. But one wanted the role and one had no idea..

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"79th assembly district" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"79th assembly district" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"No, you're not. You need to find ways to make things happen by working with people on the other side of the aisle. And so I've already been able to do that proven by bills that we've passed, you know, bipartisan bills, etcetera, so it helps. For that to be the case. Okay, so I know one of one of the issues that affects District 80 is thie Cardinal Hickory Creek High Voltage transmission line, which is an ongoing issue for the district. And I'm I'm wondering. Has the citizen opposition to this project affected your views on energy and how Wisconsin will will meet its energy future. Or that has been one of the most hot button issues for my district. Oddly enough, even back when I served in the 79th Assembly district because The 80 see lines came down right through the Middleton area, and I had constituency who were opposed to that as well as out here. Um, I think this whole thing is unnecessary and way, way way more expensive. I have felt that from day one. But I also know that in the David and Goliath fight, Goliath usually wins. P. S C is a three member commission who makes these decisions. And I don't have influence over them. And I really don't think any legislator should be able to influence a commission just by virtue of the fact that there are certain party or In the Legislature. They really need to be independent. So the decision they made while I strongly disagree with this, and due to this day is their decision to make and Um Like my constituency is deeply disappointed in the direction it's been going, but it's not over yet. There are still you know, Rays of hope, and we're still pursuing them. But Yeah, it was finding new ways to produce energy. And we're producing more energy saving appliances. Even right now, when we're I'm staying at home. I think we began to realize that there are ways to save energy without too much effort. So yes, A TC has been a problem and Cardinal history has been part of it. But There's little I can do about it and my constituency in there. Resistance and efforts to Educate the community, I think has put up the best resistance I've ever seen on this, and I've been at this for almost 20 years. So do do you first see yourself becoming more involved with with energy issues in the Legislature. I mean, isn't this something that the Legislature can Can actually work on especially changing some of the laws in relation to what counts as a utility in the state of Wisconsin. Probably so but that that isn't an area of my personal focus. I mean, weaken on ly know everything about a few things. Not everything about everything Alright, alright, but definitely so we will be doing that we have been to that will continue to do it, particularly as we Look, two solar and wind energy is as a replacement. Okay, So last session, you served on the speaker's taskforce on water quality. And I'm I'm guessing that this is another big issue for your constituents. So I'm wondering, Have you been hearing from them also on the issue of water quality and well testing. I always have the fact that the wells that were tested in but sort of Pacific ated the task force being brought together. We're down in the southwestern corner of my district, Iowa County area, and that's sort of where this all started awareness. But we travelled over. I think 13 different parts of the state of Wisconsin. Every every area which constantly visited and what I personally learned was that there are a myriad of problems with water quality. But they vary according to that part of the geography that you happen to be standing in. The central fan has completely different than what we have down here in the drift Lis area. Industrial pollution, agricultural pollution. All of that plays into it differently as you move through the state, so we we did offer Solutions and passed some bills. But I don't think we've gotten this far is we need to go so we will, of course, continue working on that. And my constituents, especially folks in the dirt list area highly value. The environment. And work really hard to protect it and maintain the pristine waters that Wisconsin used to be known for. So so Sandy again if you are re elected What ideas do you have for how to help the economies of the district? I mean, I know a big portion of your district is his farmland, but they're also Small cities like Mount Horror that are a part of the district. So what are the economic issues that you see facing your constituents and and what would you like to do to improve? The economy for for the district. Well, to begin with. This district is really a reflection of the whole state. We have Ah, lot of rural And agricultural parts of the district. We have the small towns. We have cities, and so all of it plays into what I would focus on as a legislator. I personally grew up on a small family dairy farm, and I was a small business owner. So I've experienced both of those Parts of the economic picture. Um Think what we need to start with is thinking about how we text And it needs to be more fair right now. We we rely way too heavily on Property taxes to fund our schools. For example, there's ways that we confined To help the economy without continuing to hurt the worker. We should have accepted the Medicaid dollars when we had that opportunity that would have been money that was infused into Our economy that we missed out on. Um, we need to. We need to find every way possible to help, particularly now with completely changed landscape. Of the pandemic and what affect what a negative affected his head on the economy. Yes. And are you hearing from farmers in your district, especially farmers, either with meant till health or shoes or with financial issues who feel like they're kind of at their wits end as to how to maintain any sort of Farm income for themselves and their families, and especially how to afford health care. Certainly I'm sure you were aware that many farm families one member of the family I had to find a job away from the farm in order to garner health care. That's always been the case with farming since I started serving. Um What I hear from farmers, you know, is kind of dismal sadness as they're forced to close and find other ways, too. To make a living seeking help with that, and we have a lot of artisan farms around here far, far less dairy farms, then we used to have But I'm also getting a lot of feedback from people constituents who are affected negatively by the cables on those large large industrial farms that are Kind of prone to upsetting their neighbors with pollution of the waters on the roads and in the air. So, yes, I hear about agriculture a lot and of course, the mental health issue comes up. Is that something that you think the Legislature is possibly going to pay more attention to in the upcoming session?.

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