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"ami bera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:58 min | 2 weeks ago

"ami bera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of voting, the GOP remains deadlocked over the House speaker vote, a handful of GOP lawmakers are still holding out, but Kevin McCarthy says he's confident he'll have the votes for the speakers gavel. California congressman ami bera is criticizing the Republican controlled Congress. This drawn out multi vote speaker votes. It was embarrassing. I want the Republicans to organize. The house is set to reconvene at 10 p.m. eastern tonight. A woman has life threatening injuries and a 6 year old boy is in custody after a shooting at a school in southeastern Virginia. It happened at richneck elementary school in Newport News. Police say it was not an accidental shooting. President Biden is marking the two year anniversary of the capitol riot by awarding a special medal. It's called the presidential citizens medal and was given to state officials who resisted pressure to overturn the 2020 election, officers who defended the capitol and election workers. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Charlie pellet. That Bloomberg world headquarters. Best day for the U.S. stock market in more than a month as traders speculated that a slowdown in wage growth will keep the fed from having to intensify its battle against inflation, and with more on the jobs report, here's Bloomberg's Vinnie del giudice. The U.S. added 223,000 jobs in December topping forecasts unemployment matched a 5 decade low 3.5% even with the Federal Reserve lifting interest rates to contain inflation. Wage growth slowed a plus for the fed and perhaps no one else, labor costs are a hurdle to the fed's efforts. Many Bloomberg radio. The employment report comes as the technology industry cuts jobs with both Amazon and Salesforce announcing plans for reductions in headcount. Here's U.S. labor secretary, Marty Walsh. I think the tech companies are actually looking the way that business models are. They're looking at how inflated the inflation rate impacts their business. And a lot of these folks that are being laid off in the tech industry are finding jobs in areas that quite honestly people are looking for tech experts all across the country. But these tech companies had gobbled up so much talent. Certainly, I would like to see short training in the near future. These tech companies rehiring folks back. We don't want to see any industry in the United States of America going through a process of laying large amounts of people off. We want to see them all being successful. U.S. labor secretary Marty Walsh, Anastasia maroso is chief investment strategist at I capital, and she says the fed will be happy with this report. All in, the fed is likely to look at this and say, look, our medicine is working. We're going to continue to keep the equity market anchored the economy anchored and below potential GDP growth. And that should result in the rebalancing in the labor market. So to me, this is a soft landing report. I capitals Anastasia amarosa, so today's jobs report shows continued resilience in hiring, Amy glazier, senior vice president at staffing firm a deco. I think it's pretty much met and mirrors and reflects what I'm seeing on the ground. We're still seeing that it's a tight labor market and that there are still almost two jobs out there for every candidate. So I'm not surprised based on the order volume that we continue to see and the appetite for workers. A deco's Amy glazer Macy's expects to report fourth quarter sales that were weaker than previously forecast and seized continued pressure on the consumer in 2023. An update for stocks, the S&P jumped more than 2% today to salvage the first weekly advance in the past 5, S&P was up 87 points gaining 2.3%. The Dow up 700 points up 2.1%, nesta was up 264, a gain of 2.6%. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Charlie pellet. This is Bloomberg

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"ami bera" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

04:16 min | 9 months ago

"ami bera" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Bought a stake in what company in April 2022. And your bonus question for current events, April 2022, who did the voice of knuckles in Sonic the Hedgehog two. The most successful video game movie adaptation of all time, who did the voice of knuckles and sonic two. Those are all your questions for current events. We'll be back with the answers. After this. Current events trivial. Let's see if you got all 11 of these correct. It'd be tough to do, but I think you could do it. Number one, what legendary boxer recently announced he is selling ear shaped cannabis edibles, Mike Tyson, and also the week after I wrote this question, he got in a fight with a guy on a plane. And punched him a bunch on video. Number one, Mike Tyson. Number two, what is the name of the comedian Chris Rock's current tour in April 2022? Is it the slap, ego death world, bring the pain or golden Tiger? It's ego, death world. Chris Rock announced he does not want to talk about the famous or infamous. Will Smith slap at the Oscars. Unless he gets paid. So maybe his next tour. Number two, number three, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez engaged again, have 5 kids between them. Think J.Lo's are with Mark Anthony and Ben Affleck with Jennifer Gardner. That's gotta be easy for him to just keep going from Jennifer to Jennifer. You never say the wrong name. Number three 5. Number four, what animated series announced it will feature American sign language and a deaf actor, The Simpsons, number four The Simpsons. Number 5, what LGBTQ+ advocate chapped off for famous blind ponytail, April 8th, 2022, JoJo Siwa, dancer, and personality and has a lot of stuff at the dollar store. JoJo Siwa. Number 6, which condiment company made a diamond ring from ranch, hidden valley that was hidden valley. What an engagement that would be, huh? With a ranch ring. Number 7, April 6th, representative ami bera from California was attacked and bitten by a fox. On Capitol Hill, a fox bit ami bera. Number 8, the bubble is a comedy film about making it adventure film during the pandemic, directed by Judd Apatow. I've heard mixed reviews, but have not watched it yet. Trailer looked funny. Number 9, who plays Moon Knight in the marvel Disney+ series, Oscar Isaac, Oscar Isaac, who has played a lot of characters. He's been, what's his name? Poe in Star Wars. That's a big franchise for him. He was apocalypse in X-Men. And now he's in another marble, Disney+ series, as Moon Knight, and I hear that's great. Number ten, Elon Musk bought a 9.2% stake in what company in April 2022, Twitter and the bonus, sonic the hedgehogs, knuckles, is voiced by Idris Elba. And there you have it. Hope you had fun playing along today. If you like the current events episodes, we don't do them all the time. I usually do those maybe every three months, four months, and I do like doing them, but they do cast a certain time period on the episode. So if you're listening to me, listening to this and 2024, you're like, oh, who remembers this stuff? But maybe you do. And maybe it's fun for you. Also, house 2024, is it awesome? Let me know. Send me an email. Ryan buds at Gmail dot com. Your fact of the day is violin bows are commonly made from horsehair. If you didn't know that, now you know. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. Thanks for joining the Patreon page at Patreon dot com slash trivia with buds. Welcome new listener J Harris from. Vegas, Jason Harris from Vegas. He just signed up for the $50 level, so he gets all the trivia that I do in a month. And he's so sting trivia all around Las Vegas, so he needed some content. If you need some content to join the crew, Patreon dot com slash trivia with buds. I'll send you everything I do in a month's time period for you to run your own trivia nights. We'll see you next time, bye bye. And oh, cheers..

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"ami bera" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"ami bera" Discussed on KOMO

"Ami bera was among those bitten he started rabies treatment Health updates Sara Lee Kessler It's a bad habit to drivers picked up with the height of the pandemic including speeding have only gotten worse as the health crisis as subsided ABC's Jim Ryan says that's the conclusion of a new study of fatalities statistics In the first 6 months of 2021 more than 3400 pedestrians were struck and killed on U.S. roadways a 17% rise from the same period in 2020 Pam scheduled Fisher of the governor's highway safety association fears that the trend will continue The drivers who are going at high rates of speed are aggressive are impaired or distracted are not only putting themselves at risk but everybody else out there on the right particularly pedestrians Three states California Florida and Texas account for 37% of pedestrian deaths but are home to only 27% of the U.S. population Jim Ryan ABC News Northwest news radio traffic from the dubin law group traffic center Good news and cant looks like it earlier accidents out that one 6 7 a highway 5 16 now off to the shoulder still a little bit to stop at go traffic from about 84th avenue So we'll definitely keep you up to date on that Also up north and stanwood northbound 5 and highway 5 three two of a vehicle fire in the left lane causing delays in mill creek northbound Seattle hill road at 35th Avenue crash is still partially blocked in the roadway Also looks like an earlier accident in linwood This was on northbound highway 99 and I hope we 5 two four that accident has been cleared as well as the backup Your next northwest traffic at 9 O four The northwest news radio forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weathers center mostly cloudy tonight slight chance of rain then rain likely after midnight lows in the mid 40s in the switch flips tomorrow mostly cloudy chance of rain in the morning showers likely slight chance of thunderstorms.

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"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

"And the 18 month old in a stroller was not hurt Corporal Cortez says the 7 year old a student at ashburton elementary school suffered life threatening injuries Right now is critical condition light running Police say the driver was not hurt when he drove off the road and into the family the driver remained on the scene We've been telling you about the fox that attacked several people on Capitol Hill in recent days Well that animal was tested for rabies and the results are in Yes the animal had rabies D.C.'s health department confirming that after the euthanized fox's test results came in it says the 9 people attacked will be told about this This includes congressman ami bera of California He says he thought it was a small dog at first lunging at his leg He used his umbrella to push it away as he did he heard others yell The fox attack in that guy said capitol police came out and then the fox ran away He's already begun the not so pleasant rabies shots The mother fox was captured with her kit and anyone who came into contact with either the mom or the baby should contact D.C. health Mike Morello WTO P news D.C. health has not yet said what will happen with the fox's kits Coming up after traffic and weather The Wall Street Journal's Ian talley on what new U.S. sanctions against Russia are meant to do 1107 Stop right there university painters is having a 50% off materials and paint sale One 803 9 O 48 48 When university painters painted my mom's house they did an awesome job They'll paint the inside the outside do carpentry work even stain and seal.

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"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:33 min | 10 months ago

"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

"WTO Russian president Vladimir Putin's two adult daughters are targeted by new U.S. sanctions The U.S. also blocked two key Russian banks in retaliation for the growing evidence of atrocities committed by Russian troops A 7 year old Bethesda boys in critical condition this evening after being hit by a car at a bus stop this morning the driver also struck a man and an infant in a stroller In fact it was the boy's father and brother The baby was not injured the man's injuries not serious Police are investigating Knew this hour lab tests confirmed the aggressive fox that was trapped on Capitol Hill Tuesday did have rabies It did 9 people including a U.S. congressman and Politico reporter California representative ami bera says he's already received rabies treatment Stay with double DT OP for more on these stories and just minutes Two members of President Biden's cabinet have tested positive for COVID Attorney general Merrick Garland tested positive today after learning he may have been exposed He does not have symptoms and will work from home for at least 5 days The announcement comes hours after Garland held in use conference in D.C. standing side by side with the FBI director and other DoJ officials Commerce secretary Gina ray amando also tested positive her office says she's got mild symptoms Vaccine experts here in the U.S. are strategizing for future COVID booster campaigns He questions include how often the vaccines should be updated against new viral strings and who should get them The FDA advisers won't make any binding decisions during today's virtual meeting but their advice could shape the government's approach to vaccinations later this year and beyond the FDA's vaccine chief says it's important to begin discussing the process for updating vaccines right now Coming up in money news Stocks finish lower a new target opens up I'm John Aaron It's 5 48 Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks back to Dave dildine in the WTO traffic Senate Still slow on the inner loop from Tyson's to Bethesda and for 16 plus hours It's been the high water issue on the interloop at river road blocking the left lane On the beltway and drainage is certainly an issue here even though the rains are long over and so we'll wait and see what happens tomorrow when the next round of weather moves in Meanwhile northbound traffic on the George Washington Parkway is slow to get up to the beltway at slow southbound downhill toward the key bridge with the crash is clear there 66 westbound between one 23 and 51 broken down on the left and then a crash on the right 28 northbound near route 7 a crash with at most just one lane getting by 95 southbound several minor crashes between Springfield and woodbridge all of them on shoulders still slow at the lanes open In Maryland on 95 northbound the crash near two 16 is on the right shoulder It's a secondary crash in the backup beyond one 98 caller says the left lanes are blocked and that keeps traffic slow north bound on the main line through Laurel Rode 100 eastbound near the VW Parkway the crash is clear delays have yet to ease On the bay bridge with low ceilings no two way traffic today and a crash on the eastbound span on the curve at the shipping channel beginning of the eastbound span the left lane is blocked only one right lane is able to go east toward Kent island en route 50 two 70 no crashes heavy though northbound through Gaithersburg traffic brought to you by navy federal credit union proud to serve members of the armed forces DoD veterans and their families The members of the mission learn more navy federal dot org Dave dildine WTO page.

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"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

"The driver jumped the curb but the crash reconstruction team is investigating no charges have been filed yet against the driver In Bethesda Luke luker WTO P news 404 it looks like that mother Fox who was lurking on Capitol Hill attacked 9 people including a congressman Here's WTO's Mike Morello When congressman ami bera of California felt something lunged at the back of his legs he walked to the hill He thought it was a dog at first When I turned around it's like that's not a dog That's a fox As he kept the animal away with his umbrella he heard others yell There's a fox attacking that guy there's a fox attack in that guy's capital police came out and then the fox ran away Before the fox and her kits were captured the mother fox attacked 9 people according to the D.C. Department of Health Fox was euthanized and it's unclear what will happen to her kits The congressman said before this he never knew That really are a number of fox dens around here on Capitol Hill Era who's a medical doctor says it didn't appear the Fox broke his skin but he's getting rabies shots just in case Mike Morello WTO news And as you might imagine that Fox is being tested for rabies Four O 5 there's a new effort to raise D.C.'s base minimum wage for workers who get tips It's called initiative 82 It will appear on the November ballot after its supporters got the necessary signatures for that measure to qualify for the general election ballot This measure would gradually raise the city's tipped minimum wage of about $5 an hour to more than 15 bucks an hour over the next 5 years an early identical proposal was passed by 55% of D.C. voters four years ago It was later repealed by the D.C. council We don't know whether the Washington commanders will still be playing their home games in prince George's county in a few years But the Maryland House today approved a $400 million plan to develop the area around FedEx field and landover It's meant to encourage the NFL franchise to stay The House voted overwhelmingly in favor of the bill which now goes to the Senate in Annapolis with less than a week to go in the session The measure would authorize the Maryland stadium authority to use money from the state lottery to build infrastructure in prince George's county The county could use the funds for development even if the commanders leave the state We know the Washington Nationals aren't leaving D.C. anytime soon The name of the game at nationals park this year is speed as we get ready for opening day Get in get in fast get your food fast and of course there are a lot of local options to choose from But the whole idea and everything that we do is how do we get you back to your seat.

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"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

"You George Now to the top stories we're following for you Vladimir Putin's daughters are some of the targets of the latest round of U.S. sanctions against Russia in the war in Ukraine Russian banks are also getting hit with more penalties The UK says it is also freezing assets of Russia's largest bank and will stop importing Russian coal A Bethesda grade school student is in critical condition after he was hit by a car while waiting for a school bus this morning an infant and a man were also struck but they're expected to be all right Police say the driver was pulling out of an apartment complex when he jumped the curb and hit them We might know later today the result of the rabies tests on that rampaging Fox captured on Capitol Hill yesterday The fox bit 9 people including California congressman ami bera no decision yet on what to do with the fox's babies Stay with double D TOP for more on these stories and just minutes Two 47 a new warning to the NFL about allegations of workplace harassment of minorities in women A half dozen state attorneys general mourn commissioner Roger Goodell they will investigate unless the league does more to tackle the problem The letter was triggered by a New York Times report where more than 30 former NFL workers detailed a demoralizing culture at league headquarters The NFL has gotten a black eye over issues ranging from the investigation of Washington commanders over a toxic work culture to the racial discrimination lawsuit against the league by former Miami coach Brian Flores West Virginia governor Jim justice has missed deadlines in recent months to pay the U.S. government the millions he owes and penalties for unsafe working conditions at his coal mines The Republican governor was ordered to pay more than 5 million by a federal judge in April of 2020 Court documents say he's been late on the payments since at least December Coming up in money news Stocks are lower a new target arrives I'm John Aaron it's two 48 Traffic.

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"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:18 min | 10 months ago

"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

"Allen teddy gellman is our producer The top story we're following for you this morning the U.S. will very shortly announce new sanctions against Russia in the wake of the atrocities discovered in bucci Ukraine A U.S. official says the sanctions in coordination with the G 7 and EU include a sweeping package of measures that will impose significant cost on Russia and send it further down the road of economic financial and technological isolation The official also says the package will include a ban on all new investment in Russia increased sanctions on financial institutions and state owned enterprises in Russia and sanctions on government officials and their family members These measures are expected to degrade key instruments of Russian state power impose acute and economic harm on Russia and hold accountable The Russian kleptocracy that funds the war JJ green WTO news Meantime CBS correspondent Holly Williams reports as Russia and make that as Ukraine documents what Russian troops have done they've been uncovering more atrocities Ukraine says butcher is just the tip of the iceberg and the city of Murray a poll may have experienced even worse horrors They can't be counted yet because it's still under siege with around a 100,000 people thought to be trapped A Red Cross evacuation convoy had to turn back after being detained by Russian forces and Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky has accusing Russia of using hunger as a weapon of war by deliberately targeting Ukraine's essential food supplies So lenski says Russian troops are destroying food storage depots blocking ports and leaving behind land mines Ukraine is a major global producer of wheat and sunflower oil and zelensky says that Russia's actions will have international ramifications Oil executives are set to be grilled today by a congressional committee about soaring gas prices WTO's Mitchell Miller has more now from Capitol Hill Top executives from Exxon Chevron and BP America are among those who will appear before a House energy panel And there's no doubt where Democrats will be coming from The title of the hearing is gouged at the gas station Big oil and America's pain at the pump Washington state senator Maria Cantwell has already chaired a Senate commerce hearing related to oil prices and middlemen Americans have the right to know Why one of our most important commodities doesn't have the right amount of proper transparency and oversight Republicans charge Democrats are trying to shift the blame from the president's energy policies which they argue have contributed to higher gas prices and inflation On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO news Happening today President Biden will sign legislation to provide the U.S. Postal Service with about $50 billion in financial relief last month in a rare display of bipartisanship the U.S. Senate voted 79 19 to approve the bill that also requires future postal retirees to enroll in government health insurance The postal service which is struggling with diminishing male volumes has reported net losses of more than $90 billion since 2007 An aggressive Fox grabbed the spotlight on Capitol Hill yesterday after it was captured by animal control officers That Fox was blamed for attacking at least 6 people including a reporter for Politico and California democratic congressman ami bera I.

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"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

"But I was actually a nursing school and the Brooklyn Nets hosted a tournament but I got tournament MVP in it At the drafter by wizard sister gaming giovan coach Patrick crossed it into the long days of NBA two K you know we practiced probably starting 11 a.m. we'll either do film we'll do a scrimmage Say 11 to 6 so usually our days and the work is paid off wizard's sister gaming back to back champions NBA two Casey's and now it away Dave Johnson W TLP sports The top stories we're following for you this morning on WTO the U.S. and European allies will impose stiff new sanctions on Russia today including a ban on new investments in Russia and tougher sanctions on financial institutions The White House says the move is in retaliation for Russia's war crimes in Ukraine The Pentagon is also sending Ukraine an additional $100 million worth of military equipment Court documents indicate that Hannah Choi the fairfax county woman whose remains were found at a Maryland park after she went missing a month ago had had dinner with her former boyfriend on the night she disappeared NBC four reports Joel Marina's nephew told police that Marino said he killed Choi during an argument at her house after dinner police are still looking for Marino Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes On Capitol Hill there have been several reports of an aggressive Fox roaming the area The animal has been blamed for attacking at least 6 people including a reporter for Politico and California democratic congressman ami bera As.

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"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"ami bera" Discussed on WTOP

"Tara Durant of Stafford says we will have bipartisan support because we all are seeking to bring some much needed relief for Virginia families at the pump Durant says the Commonwealth can afford to suspend the gas tax for three months before phasing it back in Because we have unanticipated revenue of more than 1.2 billion The bill passing as written But only reduced that surplus by 427 million A large local police department the Montgomery county council was about to take a final vote on a police accountability board but they decided to put it on hold Who gets to make a complaint about possible police misconduct that's one of the questions the Montgomery county council members were discussing as they prepared to vote on the bill forming the police accountability board Council member will jawando favors expanding the types of complaints that could go before the board We want our police officers if they see something to say something Police chief Marcus Jones was asked about the status of police recruitment and the potential impact of the legislation People have options when we talk about recruitment to go to whatever police agency they so choose The issue will likely come up again April 19th Kate Ryan WTO news An aggressive fox that has been attacking people on and near the capitol is now captured It happened about an hour or so ago when capitol police tweeted a picture of the fox in a pet carrier a warning went out earlier about the fox it had attacked two people at least including California democratic congressmen ami bera and a reporter for Politico If you ever encounter a fox I don't even think we need to tell you this do we You don't go near it Call animal control It's 6 O 6 after flipping the switch from on to off plans for the buoy ice skating rink Maybe on again And that would be good news since construction had already started The new ice rink would be a single sheet of ice next to the city's golf course on Maryland route one 97 at a cost of about 20 point $7 million Tom and Betty of the Minnesota base two 9 two design groups says the added impact of making the facility was considered lead silver adds to the cost of a facility already designed to be energy efficient We're recapturing heat already for the mechanical.

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"ami bera" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"ami bera" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Officials want more information from the White House regarding Americans stuck in Afghanistan. Congressman Ami Bera says his office is inundated with family members looking for information. There is no official number of people stuck out of country or how many have returned The 1st 2000 that came out of Afghanistan, 400 or so we're settled here in the Sacramento County area. Congress embarrasses Sacramento County has a large Afghan American community. And, he says he also co wrote a letter to the secretary of State and Homeland Security secretary. The Biden administration, meanwhile, engaging with the Taliban to try to finish evacuating the remaining American citizens who want to leave. White House press secretary Jen Psaki talked to reporters Wednesday about the U. S talks with the Taliban were continuing to press the Taliban. The secretary of state is To do more to abide by allowing American citizens individuals with who are legal. Permanent residents and individuals have proper documentation to depart the country. Secretary of State Antony Blinken Wednesday called on the Taliban to allow chartered aircraft to leave the country with Americans in Afghan allies on board President Biden said to deliver remarks today dealing with the Delta variant President Biden will outline a six step strategy for combating the Delta area during an address from the State dining room later today. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the plan will include access to testing mandates and keeping kids safe in school. There will be new components that sure will, of course impact people across the country, but we're also all working together to get the the virus under control to return to our normal lives. The Biden administration is also working to put together an international summit on pandemic response. That's Rachel Sutherland reporting. We will carry the president's address live at two o'clock this afternoon. Second largest public school district in the nation Considering requiring students 12 and older to get a covid 19 vaccine the L. A unified school district, discussing the mandated a special meeting today, the teachers union backs the move. L A Times reports, the majority of the Board of Education is leaning towards supporting the mandate. All school employees are already required to be vaccinated by October. 15th. The district has weekly covid testing for all students and staff, regardless of status. Pfizer vaccine Still under emergency Use authorization for kids between 12 And 15, the former chief medical officer, filing a lawsuit against the county for wrongful termination. I held that role for 11 years and I totally loved what I did, and I still do. Dr Nicholas Chiffon TD says the county discriminated against him for taking a legally protected medical leave of absence due to the stress of managing the county's covid 19 response. Eventually, the stress became overwhelming for me. I couldn't run from it. I began suffering from depression and overwhelming anxiety. The lawsuit claims county leaders viewed the doctor as quote damaged goods who had cracked under the pressure. The county apparently forced him to take an additional leave of absence and asked him to submit to a full mental and physical fitness exam before firing him. Eddie McLovin Kogo New County says it does not comment on pending litigation vice president campaigned for the governor Wednesday at a rally in the Bay Area. Governor, Newsom called on Vice President Kamala Harris to campaign, she says Newsom has a knack for moving the state forward and ability to see what can be. I'm burdened by what has.

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"ami bera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"ami bera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I heart Media, Sacramento have put together a vetted, trusted list of organizations who are helping Again that style pound 2 50 keyword wildfire. California officials want more information from the White House regarding Americans stuck in Afghanistan. KFBK is Jodi Guerrero has the story. Sacramento County has a large Afghan American community. Congressman, Ami Bera Co wrote a letter to the secretary of state in the Homeland Security secretary. Our office had submitted over 10,000 names of folks that we're trying to get out of Afghanistan. Are those names still on a database. Do they need additional information? He says his office is inundated with family members looking for information. And there's no official number of people stuck out of country or how many have returned. Barros says he's working with the Biden administration to come up with a strategy to bring Americans home. Jody Guerrero News 93.1 KFBK, The man convicted of brutally killing an elderly Davis couple eight years ago will stay in prison. The Sacramento Bee Reporting a California appellate court today issued a final ruling ending Daniel William Marsha's efforts at an early release on the basis that he was only 15 years old. When he stabbed 87 year old ship Northrop and 76 year old Claudia, Mo. Open to death in the bedroom of their South Davis condominium in April of 2013 march, stabbed each more than 60 times and mutilated their body. He had appealed his conviction. Fighting to be released next May, is a juvenile offender. Our next update in 30 minutes. I'm Joe Michaels News 93.1 kfbk Now sacramental traffic and things are looking great. All around the Sacramento area traffic wise, and we have the drive times to prove it. 50 eastbound from downtown to force. Um, just a 16 minute drive in between those two points right now, a traffic flowing freely If you're coming down from the airport I five South all clearer from the airport to downtown Sacramento. That's nine minutes. And the YOLO Causeway has been all clear. Especially heading towards Davis all afternoon and even.

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"ami bera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"ami bera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"I'm confused on the legal aspect for a couple of reasons first, uh Any person can shoe in a civil lawsuit unless they work for the state or the city government. Again. I'm not an attorney, All right? But I follow a lot of attorneys on Twitter. So I feel like I'm totally qualified for this. Not an attorney. They are prohibiting employees of the state or city government from suing. That means that the people who work for the city or the state government have a different set of rights than somebody who does not. That doesn't sound like equal protection to me, so there's one issue I'm having. The other one that I'm That really hangs me up. And speaking of Twitter. Is all of this misinformation that we've had regarding HIPPA in recent months. The notion that forcing somebody to wear a mask is a HIPAA violation, asking someone if they're vaccinated as a HIPAA violation. None of that is true. None of that is true. However. I talked to my wife about this. My wife is supremely qualified to understand hippos. She's worked in Health care administration for Oh, we're gonna be careful here. She's gonna get mad at me. I'm going to give away your age, but more than three decades. And so I said, Hey, sweetheart, before we get going here before I do my show tonight. I need your professional take. I said. I said babe, sweetie love of my life. Most beautiful woman in the whole wide world. Yeah. A doctor doesn't have to reveal the information about the patient. In fact, the doctor is legally prohibited by federal law from releasing private medical information. About that patient. So I'm really curious as to how this plays out in civil court. If the people who are suing Can't present evidence. How does a judge or jury ruled against an abortion provider when the abortion provider can't confirm nor deny whether or not they performed a procedure? You think? The other thing is this. Uh suppose you've got a person who goes to the pharmacy? And they buy the plan B. Okay? The pharmacist. Then in providing that plan B pill would be liable under the New Texas abortion law for providing an abortion basically right Yet if the patient in this case the would be mother doesn't take the plan B after the six weeks, which is the Texas law, many women don't know they're pregnant until that point or later. Uh, if that's the case, the pharmacist Uh, one couldn't testify about that patient's medical history. And the person who's suing couldn't definitively identify whether or not the person who bought the plan B. Took the plan B. They can't identify whether the person who bought the plan B was even pregnant. So how does this play out in court? It seems like this is more of an avenue to legitimize slap lawsuits. Against political opponents than it is to actually stop abortion. And to that point as well. Is the is the point of the Texas abortion law. Preventative or is it punitive? If the threat of punishment Is an effective deterrent. We wouldn't have the highest incarceration rate in the world. But we do Because the punishment isn't enough of a deterrent. Think Now, part of what's going on as you got providers that are saying, Okay, well, after six weeks, we're not gonna We're not gonna perform abortions anymore, or we're not gonna We're not going to give you the plan B or whatever else it is. So that is going the way that the right to life people in Texas wanted it. But I don't know that this is really an effective way to stop abortions. How do you even prove that somebody had an abortion? Without getting into their personal medical records. These are considerations moving forward as we watch what's going on in Texas, and I also am a bit concerned with this notion that It's now. Mob enforcement. Laws in the books no longer is law enforcement enforcing laws. Now it's mob enforcement. I wonder if that could play out in other, um and other instances as well. Mm. I bet I might have some examples. Next. Chris Merrill KF. I am 6 40 live everywhere in your I heart radio app Andrew Caravella with news. Labor Day travel. Labor Day travel is up. A recent survey by the vacationer found that more than 50% of Americans said they would be traveling over Labor Day weekend, 4% said they would be using public transit 12% flying 37% driving this report Brought to you By MIKE Diamond. The smell good plumber. A man has stabbed seven people at a supermarket in New Zealand. Abby sees James Longman says police call the man in Islamic extremists and Isis sympathizer. This man was on a terror watch list for five years, and he was still able to carry out the attack. It all raises big questions yet again, not just for New Zealand but all around the world. How can you prevent random attacks? Even when you know the person is a threat? And how can you do that, while preserving civil liberties At the same time? Not only was a guy known to police but they had been watching him. Government officials are working to get people from Sacramento back from Afghanistan, California Congressman Ami Bera says they're not sure exactly how many people are still stuck in the country. We submitted over 9500 names of Afghan relatives, American citizens visa holders. He says. There's no count of how many people they've successfully brought back either. The San Juan Unified School District has identified between 24 to 30 students in Afghanistan. Barras says he's working with the Biden administration to send them information and come up with a plan. He says most of these people were visiting family. The secretary of state, says officials are in contact with American citizens who are still in Afghanistan. We've assigned case management teams to each remaining American citizen. Whose expression interest in leaving Antony Blinken says special immigrant visas are being used issued. He says there was a backlog of thousands. When the Biden administration took power earlier this year, Blinken says there are more than a dozen steps that must be followed and their processing as many s ivy applications as they can. Blinken says the U. S is still in contact with the Taliban on important issues. Back to the crash on the 60 eastbound between Rosemead Boulevard and Santa Anita Avenue. That crash as all lanes blocked. Traffic is jammed from Paramount Self Gate, The 17th Coton before Firestone Boulevard Crash blocks the center lane. Your jam from Florence now in our leader, the five north beyond before Branford Street. An accident here blocks the three right lanes. Your stop and go from Sheldon and in Sun Valley on the five South bound before the 1 70 Look out for a crash blocking the center lane. KF eye in the sky helps get you there faster. I'm.

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"ami bera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"ami bera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Planned Parenthood clinics from being sued by the state's largest anti abortion organization. Texas right to life. The suits are allowed under the new law. Some power is being restored in Louisiana since Hurricane Ida. But there is much more still out Governor John Bel Edwards urging people to support each other during the recovery. We're down to 718,559 customers that means homes and businesses. That's a lot more than 718,000 people. We're still without power. But that's now from 1.1 million at the peak Mother Nature is cooperating more with crews battling one Big California wildfire that has tens of thousands evacuated and which has burned hundreds of homes. ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano the Kaldor fire this the one burning near Lake Tahoe, just south of Tahoe. There, that's near Kirkwood has been a little bit cooler. The winter, a little bit lighter and hopefully keeping that away from the big building in South Lake. More Children are in hospitals with covid and more are dying from it, a result of the delta variants, say doctors at Children's hospitals, CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky with new data. The rate of hospitalization for Children was nearly four times higher in states with the lowest overall vaccination coverage when compared to states with high overall vaccination coverage, and overall there have lately been about 1000 reported Covid deaths per Day in the U. S. According to Johns Hopkins in the CDC. You're listening to ABC News. And people now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Government officials working to get sacramental residents back from Afghanistan. California Congressman Ami Bera says they're not sure exactly how many residents are still stuck in the country. We submitted over 9500 names of Afghan relatives, American citizens visa holders, he says. There's no count on how many people they've successfully brought back. Vice President Harris says she's going to campaign For governor Newsom on Wednesday ahead of the state's recall election to trip by Harris, the former senator from the Golden State will make her the highest profile Democrat to campaign for the governor. Meanwhile, fire officials have downgraded evacuation orders to warnings in some parts of Northern California threatened by the Calder fire. That's a quick look at the news. I'm Phil for our in the I heart radio newsroom. Sacramento traffic. Good evening Scylla. Couple of issues that to deal with in and around the 916 on the thoroughfares picking up with some good news. How about Davis 80 eastbound after Mace Boulevard accident.

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"ami bera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"ami bera" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"We're gonna get a phone call from Congressman Ami Bera, who also happens to be a doctor. Good lawmaker to talk to about the CDC. Guidance way. Also have al mater, longtime Democratic strategist and a partner of Bronstein. Higher Fuck Hyatt Farber and Shrek on Jeannie Sean Zeyno Bloomberg Politics contributor will have to talk about the fall out from the colonial pipeline hack as well. But before we get to all of that, Let's get a quick market update from Doug Prisoner Hey, Jack. The equity market advanced today. After three days of weakness. We had some inflationary pressure. Our evidence I should save inflationary pressure building at the wholesale level Producer prices last month were up 6/10 of 1%. That was much about forecast. At the same time, though. There was word that weekly jobless claims were now at a fresh pandemic. Logue claims falling by 34,000. So the market kind of focused on the good news and part of the re opening story as well. Especially now that we know CDC is set to announce vaccinated people can often ditch mask when socializing indoors. Today. Dow Industrial average Up by about 1.3% S and P 500 higher by 1.2%. The NASDAQ composite gained 7/10 of 1% We heard from Disney after the bell and the subscriber growth for the Disney Plus Streaming service was disappointing, so those shares are down by about 3.6% right now. Interestingly, long term interest rates dropped today. In spite of that, Peopie I report 10 Year Treasury was last quoted in New York in the yield of 1.65% and more weakness for Bitcoin. It was late yesterday that Elon Musk said the Tesla would suspend vehicle purchases using Bitcoin Today he kind of doubled down on his attack of the crypto currency. He called recent trends in energy consumption for Bitcoin mining insane I'm Doug Prisoner. That's your Bloomberg business Flush. All right, Doug. Thank you very much. I'm Jack.

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"ami bera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"ami bera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"OK time now for looking business and money. And for that we go over to cap trust with sort of my financial planner, Kelly brothers. Good morning, Kelly. Good morning to you. Yes, Jobless claims up a little bit higher than expected 793,000 people filing for unemployment last week. That was a decline from the previous week and still slightly higher than expected, even though hotels have been decimated. Interesting story. The Wall Street Journal about how a resort not far from here is going to command a near record sales price. And that is the four Seasons resort, which isn't even open yet. It's in the Napa Valley right up against Mount ST Helene, a part of it built amongst a working vineyard there. It hasn't even opened yet, but it looks like it's gonna get somewhere north of $2 million per key, which is a metric they use in hotels. How money per room Basically how much you getting for the hotel is the new hotel. Of course. One of the reasons is a number of places, including metal wood, for example, greatly impacted by the fires. In recent years, and so this place is coming online. Probably just the right time is the pandemic hopefully begins to come to an end. Let's check what's going on in the markets right now, yesterday kind of Ah ah, Flag day, you might say, with Jerome Powell, saying he's going to keep rates low for a longer time. Oh, by the way, New York Arenas set to reopen with testing and with capacity limits. And it looks like one of the the first event they're gonna hold in the New York Arena and many, many, many, many months will involve the Sacramento Kings against the Brooklyn Nets in the Barclays Arena on February 23rd. Dow is up 62 points yesterday and little bit of another 55 off the opening bell. Today we'll open a 31, 4, 37, NASDAQ and S and P We're both slightly lower yesterday will both open slightly higher today. Hold up six. Excuse me a 60.6 at 18 43 an ounce of it. Let's call it flat oil flat as well. 10 Year bond Yield. 1.15 Kelly many thanks, Doctor again and a half an hour. Let's talk about the rollout of the vaccine. It's not been, um Equal. Shall we say vaccination rates for communities of color leg behind other groups across the United States likely in California, where data is not yet available here in California, But it is pretty consistent across the country. Here's Congressman Ami Bera. He's talking about the underlying inequities and how people access vaccine and clinics. We also know that there's Some real barriers to getting vaccine equity in these communities. One.

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"ami bera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"ami bera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"On town for tomorrow, with periods of afternoon rain and a high of 56 to 60 Friday cloudy skies for the morning then a blend of seven clouds for the afternoon Friday will reach a high 61 to 65 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News 93.1 kfbk. 66 in Elk Grove, 63, Eldorado Hills and 66 in Rancho Cordova. We start with your top national story. The impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump continues at this hour. House impeachment managers are showing video footage of riders chanting Hang Mike Pence by a makeshift gallows outside the capital. Some of these insurgents were heard saying, quote. That they hope to find Vice President Mike Pence and execute him. By hanging him from a Capitol Hill tree as a trader. Texas Democrat walking, Castro says the former vice president was very close to danger. The insurgents were at one point as you saw 60 FT away. From the vice president. The vice president's family, Castor says the former vice president is a patriot who didn't deserve president unleashing a mob on him Video show gallows on Capitol grounds With a noose hanging from the structure, Castro says the images harken back to our nation's worst history of lynching. And why did the president in sight? Such rage against the vice president. He was fulfilling his constitutional duty as we all were that day. Castro argues that Trump did nothing to stop the crowd acting that he fueled the fire when he tweeted about pence. The Tweet said Mike Pence did not have the courage to do what you should have been done to protect our country and our constitution. Our top local story. Find Sacramento area Congressman Ami Bera offering his thoughts on the impeachment trial of Trump there, talked with Cape a case Greg Fishman, congressman Bear is introducing a new plan and a request for more money to help vaccinate hard to reach populations for covert 19. But he's also keeping a close eye on the impeachment trial. I watched the House managers lay out their case. She's the video. I thought they made a very compelling argument for him. The evidence is in Donald Trump's own words and social media posts. The former president of the United States tried.

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Democrats are now unlikely to win a majority in the Senate: Here's where things stand

All Things Considered

03:28 min | 2 years ago

Democrats are now unlikely to win a majority in the Senate: Here's where things stand

"Republicans are enjoying a much better election than anticipated. Republicans are now poised to maintain their majority in the Senate. I just received a very gracious call from Sara Gideon conceding the raise voice of Republican Senator Susan Collins, speaking earlier today in Maine, a state that Democrats had considered a must win to have a chance at flipping the Senate. No. In the House Republicans are expected to pick up seats shrinking the Democrats majority down to single digits for more on this NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis is here. Hey there, Sue what went wrong, so to speak for Democrats? Yeah, I mean, it's been a complete reversal of fortune for Republicans down the ballot. There had been this widespread confidence that Democrats were going to take over the Senate that they could gain as many as six or seven seats. And that Democrats were poised to grow their majority in the House by as many as 10 to 20 seats. Obviously, not if that happened. I think the one thing everyone is pointing to right now is just how wrong the Poles were. I think in that main Senate race that's a great example. The Democrats Sara Gideon, she led in public polls all year long and yet still fell far behind in the race. I talked to election analyst Sean Trendy this morning, and he told me that polling simply did not account for Trump's support that a significant number of Trump voters just were never accounted for. Those are the exact people that when you hear a phone call in the person says Hi, I'm from the New York Times. Would you take it all? Just go click. I think it is that straightforward. I also talked to Democratic Congressman Ami Bera of California today, and he said that the polling was way off from where it was in the 2018 midterms. And that's when Democrats won. He basically told me he just thinks Democrats couldn't account for the effect that Trump has when he himself is on the ballot. While it looks like Republicans will hold their majority in the Senate, Not all races have been called. Can you tell us what still outstanding? Yeah, There's still five races that haven't been called 47 have been called for Democrats 48 for Republicans won were watching really closely Is Michigan. There's a Democratic incumbent there. Gary Peters. He's running narrowly behind a Republican John James. Obviously, what could be a pickup opportunity for Republicans. North Carolina remains really tight, but incumbent Republican Senator Tom Tillis is leading. You know, that was always seen as a state that was critical to the majority. So if Republicans hold it, I think that's one of the reasons why they seem to feel pretty secure. Right now. Alaska hasn't been called, but I don't really see any reason there to think it's going to be a Democratic pick up and Last one's Georgia. There's two Senate races there. One of them is going to go to a January runoff, and it's quite possible. The other one where it's held by incumbent Republican David per two, might be able to hold it off and win it out, right. Given that there are some races that are going to be uncertain, at least for the next few days does that What does that mean for the Senate majority? It does, and you know, depending on how Georgia goes, it could take quite some time. North Carolina in particular, could be tight and could be subject to court challenge. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke to that reality earlier today in Kentucky. You can anticipate in close elections, Both sides will be lawyered up and we'll end up in court. It's happened over and over and over again. Nothing unusual, and I do want to see her. I think McConnell has a point, and it's worth focusing on that. I think a lot of people are really nervous about what's gonna be happening with Balan challenges. It's really not uncommon, especially in Senate races to go through court challenges. Before they're certified. It happens almost every election year. That's NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis. Thank you. You're welcome.

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Trump opposes extra funds for U.S. Postal Service to aid with mail-in voting

Pat Walsh

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Trump opposes extra funds for U.S. Postal Service to aid with mail-in voting

"Congressman Ami Bera says the United States Postal Service must be funded so it could continue to operate at full capacity. Vera, advocating for the U. S. Senate to pass the Heroes Act, which includes additional Corona virus relief aid, as well as postal service, an election funding President Trump recently revealed in an interview he's blocking more Postal service funding to prevent increased voting by mail. The president has also repeatedly claimed voting by mail will lead a massive election fraud.

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