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Fresh update on "california" discussed on John Rothmann

John Rothmann

00:36 sec | 6 min ago

Fresh update on "california" discussed on John Rothmann

"Is still the most expensive US city with your average one bedroom price that $2650 San Francisco. Firefighters rescued six people and seven were taken to a hospital as a house fire burned in the city's outer mission district. Injuries are reported to be mild, Moderate fire broke out at home at her on and Lawrence Avenues. Missing University of Santa Cruz student has been identified as the victim of a crash. The Alameda County coroner says 19 year old author via Chinch Wad car died in a single car crash last week in Niles Canyon. He was last seen by his parents eight days ago, and they reported him missing. The cause of the crash is under investigation, and California prison officials are dramatically reducing what inmates paid to make phone calls. Changes also eliminate the requirement that inmates paid to establish an account with a phone provider. GTL. Corrections officials estimate the charges will save incarcerated people and their families more than $17 million a year..

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Marissa Lightsey Of Missouri Talks Crushing Her First Year In The Business

Hey Moms in Business

05:40 min | 9 hrs ago

Marissa Lightsey Of Missouri Talks Crushing Her First Year In The Business

"Mardi guys. Hey goten while com really good. We're so excited to talk to you today. you've got to just give us a little bit. Give us a little bit of a background so I have lived in mexico missouri for most of my life. I moved here from california. When i was about seven and growing up. I never really felt like. I would be like an entrepreneur. didn't real estate with never like a big interest. It kind of was something that came about. Maybe when i was eighteen i was like you know. I think i'd really like to do that. i tried my hand at a like owning another business before i had a children's store for about a year and then i sold that and after i sold i was going to have to do something so i guess also do real estate so i took my course i kind of knocked it out in like two weeks When took testing got my license. And i think That was in october of two thousand. Nineteen in between october and december closed one. I had a listing. And i. I didn't sell it but it's old and then Twenty twenty came and it was just insane. I know that twenty twenty has been like cursed pandemic year In for a lot of people it was like a very unfortunate year but for me. It was quite the opposite. I had my on like twenty six sides so good mix of listings and buyers. I definitely worked with a lot of first-time homebuyers but i learned so much Twenty six transactions will change you as a person really a really crazy. Twenty six transactions with a four months old or six month old at home and three-year-old. She obviously had the baby in the did the Like around christmas time. I guess it was twenty. Nineteen not i was pregnant with our little girl and gas twenty twenty. I was pregnant like on a summer. Like the worst time and like a beached whale. And sometimes i mean i would be showing homes just like feeling awful and i have you know toting around a four year old and but it was so fine and You know like. I close was in the hospital. I had a house close. While i was in the hospital having my daughter and then i actually think new contract to while i was in there so i never skipped a beat Like two days. After hat on thursday. And by the next saturday i was out. A new listing appointment With my husband and four-year-old and new more info. Yeah it was just like the new clients. Yeah i had a new diaper. you have to wear. Oh yeah yeah yes. It probably wasn't the most professional listing of white man. I think i was probably in like running shorts and tee shirt. I could barely walk. Because i had a c. section so like yeah two days after a c section. I'm like i'm not passing this listing. I was like i'm gonna go in those clients. Were so gracious. And i repeat customers. I work with them now and it was cute. They like bought my daughter a little onesie and stuff and they were excited. So i mean think about that listen. We can't even cattle prod. We can't even cattle prods. Some of our agents to get out of bed on time in the morning and you like c section two days astor outlook go when we hear like monroe stories. And they're in the hospital doing the all like i just. I love it. Because i felt like a a mental image of it. And it's just like if i was just saying this morning to like the one consistent being in my life is that it's always a like i like that usually usually you don't use the data. I know you say shit show. I think so. I love your attitude. Your your energy awesome the palace where your sources of business so Mainly facebook do a lot of face booking I know instagram is kind of like the way of the world in most other places of the country Here in little old mexico's area population. Twelve thousand. We're still really big on facebook here so i spend a lot of time on their maybe too much. But that's really where a lot of generated in like. A lot of my clients are people that i had gone to school with Looking to buy their first house. And i think i just tried to make myself as approachable as possible and i had been through the process twice with my husband. He bought our first house in this one together in the end of two thousand eighteen. So i've been through the process before You know prior to getting my license so it felt familiar. Just kind of learned as i went but i really became like a. Usda first time buyer specialists. That's definitely my bread and butter so And that's something really passionate about helping people who don't even they don't even know that they're sitting on Approvals or that they could even buy home. They just assume they have to rent.

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Fresh update on "california" discussed on Pacifica Evening News

Pacifica Evening News

00:37 sec | 8 min ago

Fresh update on "california" discussed on Pacifica Evening News

"Once again, you're tuned into Kate's Yes, see you and I'll be tuning into K p f a specific evening news. The objection of Democrats and civil rights groups who rally of the capital to protest in Congress. The House Rules Committee approves H R one legislation, which would be the biggest federal protection for citizens Voting rights across the country in a generation and a former aide accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment condemns him today as a manipulative predator. From Pacifica Radio KPFK in Berkeley KPFK in Los Angeles. This is the evening news. I'm Mark Miracle California Governor Gavin Newsom and.

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Lawyer Seeks Sexual Abuse Investigation Against T.I. and Tiny

Radio From Hell

02:46 min | 9 hrs ago

Lawyer Seeks Sexual Abuse Investigation Against T.I. and Tiny

"Lawyer. Has approached authorities seeking criminal Enquiries on behalf of 11 people. Who say that they were victimized by T. I And his wife, Tameka Harris, or members of their onto Raj. The couple has denied all allegations. Weeks after accusations of sexual abuse and assault against the wrapper. The eye and his wife. Started circulating on social media lawyer has approached law enforcement authorities in two different states seeking criminal enquiries on behalf of these 11 victims or alleged victims. Four women have accused the celebrity pair. Of drugging and sexually assaulting them. Wow, including two instances of rape that were said to have occurred in Georgia and in California, according to the letters sent on February 19th by the lawyer, Tyrone, a. Blackburn to state and federal prosecutors in both states. Mr Blackburn, a New York based lawyer said that The eerily similar experiences spanned more than a decade. Beginning in 2005. The most recent allegations of sexual abuse occurred in 2017 or 18, he said. None of the women involved no. One another but describe sexual abuse forced in ingestion of illegal narcotics kidnapping. Terrorist threats and false imprisonment. At the behest of T I and Miss Harris and their associates or employees. A lawyer for T I and Harris said the couple deny In the strongest possible terms that there that day, and they say these are baseless, unjustified allegations. Uh s oh, uh, the lawyers letters called on officials to investigate the behavior of T I on Atlanta. I guess he's pretty popular in some places. Oh, he said. There's a big deal. Yeah. Santa Yeah, He's done some acting as well. He's an Atlanta superstar says here. Born Clifford J. Harris and Mrs Harris, also known as tiny, a member of the R and B group Escape. In order to tackle and and the stream of depravity being committed. Weird story. Apparently, there's a lot more to with the Currently, he He was in prison for some time. Um Anyway. They've been, and he and his wife been together for quite a long time, but they're apparently enough enough allegations and enough evidence that they're going to start an investigation.

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Fresh update on "california" discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

00:38 min | 13 min ago

Fresh update on "california" discussed on Locations Unknown

"Really stop any from happening. Yeah who knows. Since nineteen ninety-one there could have been earthquakes and heavy rains have already washed debris over where his remains are. And if that's the case he'll they'll never be recovered but yeah. Unfortunately i think this case unlike some other ones a little more cut and dry based on especially based on your interview with rick yeah. That's that's why. I like getting the information from the horse's mouth. Some of because i think it takes it takes a lot of the ambiguity away from it because a lot of times we we get all this several episodes we get all the information we can From user accounts try and stray away from those even though we try and vet those so i found rick through a user form where he basically said. Oh i was on the search and rescue. This is where. I think. I could have been anybody saying it but i reached out and talked to him. I looked into his background. And he legitimately wasn't in that in that situation so it's nice to get that first hand account because i think it helps us with our hypothesis. About what actually happened. This one is pretty clear. Cut that it was just a case of not on the trail and not kind of paying attention to the rules of the park. Let's leave no trace as a whole other. Meaning in that regard of there's a reason there's mark trails and if you stay on them you can pretty much stay safe. If you start wandering off trails you go through thick brushing. Don't know what you're doing and don't have the right equipment. It quite literally mean that and so part of the show is is talking about these cases and and especially the supernatural ones. Kinda theorizing fund. That is but it's also a safety aspect and i. I hope people at least get that message from us to that. The trails are there for a reason. You want to stay on them. Yeah and we don't want to discourage anyone from going out into the national parks. They're amazing. yeah it's a great reset if you're having a tough year. You know whatever's going on your life you should get out into the national park system as much as you can but really be use commonsense and you know if you're unsure about things go and talk to the rangers. They love talking to hikers. That's what they're there for there to serve the general public in any questions. They have about the park so utilize that free resource when you're in the park. The rangers have been there for decades so they have a lot of lot of knowledge about what to do what not to do most of them. Are you know every ranger. I've ever talked pretty cool. They got a lot of stories and So you know always going. When in doubt go talk to arranger and millions of people go every year and don't have issues so it's not all doom and gloom. Every time someone goes to the park so all right with that. I'd say thanks again for tuning into our show. We appreciate all of you for listening and sharing locations unknown with your friends and family be sure to like it in. Follow us on facebook. Instagram twitter youtube. I still think we have our lincoln paid. We do updates so so. Maybe i'll start off taking that. I always say that. And i don't do if you like to support the show you can visit the facebook store and pick some awesome swag. We have a lot of the pink hats still of both hats but the pink hats are awesome otherwise you can donate to our patriot act and with that comes additional swag as well as exclusive patron only episodes. So if you want to hear more of us outside of what you're getting now sign up a patriots fan and you will get the additional. Were gonna be recording. What episode number eight. I don't know some some numbers. Yes more than what's on this one but we just appreciate you all and also remember if you have a business and want to advertise or something. That's that you want to share. If you want to do a shout out you can always go out to our website and check out our business advertising page. That's.

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Plastic surgeon appears in court video call while performing surgery

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:03 min | 10 hrs ago

Plastic surgeon appears in court video call while performing surgery

"So you think you've seen some wild stuff on your video conference sessions? Imagine seeing a plastic surgeon show up in a virtual court hearing while performing operation. Wait, Wait, wait, How the Sacramento Bee reports. Dr. Scott Green did just that It is hearing this past Thursday, he appeared on video in surgical scrubs with a patient undergoing surgery. Just out of camera range. When the judge opened the hearing, he balked at going forward. Even though Green said there was another doctor to help cover. The judge decided to set a new date. And now the California Medical Board is investigating. Please don't do that. That would like to give the doctor got in trouble like he was on a skateboarder Hoverboard or something when he was operating, right? Yeah. I don't want wheels on your feet while you've got a scalpel in your hand aimed at my eyeball. Concentrate on one just the one Yeah. Sit this one. All right,

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Fresh update on "california" discussed on The Situation with Michael Brown

The Situation with Michael Brown

01:07 min | 25 min ago

Fresh update on "california" discussed on The Situation with Michael Brown

"Head back to energy dependence, along with all of the inevitable. Inevitable permutations. The rise when we go back to leaving energy from countries that hate us. Then you got the whole $15 an hour minimum wage. And at 1.9 million over the relief package I talked about The House Democrats are going to include all of that because eliminating small businesses California Democrat by the name of road comma When asked by CNN's Abby Phillip. What effect this will have on mom and pop businesses who are just struggling to keep their doors open. Keep workers on the payroll right now kind of made it clear. They were completely expendable. She says. Quote. We don't want low wage businesses. Most successful small businesses can pay a fair wage. I would guess that Ro Khanna Has never run a small business. She doesn't understand the cost of labor. She doesn't understand that you pay people based on the on the skill level. And you pay people based on what you can afford to pay them. If it's like a contract, it's pretty simple. It's a contract between a willing worker and a willing employer. Agreeing upon what that rate of pay is going to be. But in her universe I'll tell you what her universe looks like after we find out from Darren Copeland. What the traffic.

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Tiger Woods Thanks Golf Players for Tribute

AM Tampa Bay

00:18 sec | 12 hrs ago

Tiger Woods Thanks Golf Players for Tribute

"Worked a championship on Sunday. Players were tigers signature red shirt, black hat and black pants during Sunday's final round. Woods is in the hospital with serious injuries after a car crash in Southern California last Tuesday. Normally, politics are fair game at the Golden Globes.

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Fresh update on "california" discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

01:34 min | 25 min ago

Fresh update on "california" discussed on Locations Unknown

"There is the general experience level pretty high. Is there some people who are relatively new just to get an idea of when people out searching how good a job are they doing s. I'm saying like if they're newer about if they're capable of doing it but newer people tended they have a learning curve versus people like yourself who've been a ranger and know what they're doing being out there. What is the general rule of thumb. As far as how good the people are that are volunteering and we get the total spectrum from new people that wanna help at joining and of course there's a training period and so usually we put new people with more experienced people so they're not out there by themselves Lot of times. We'll put the newer people. Okay we want you to to walk this trail if we have no clue where the person has on mounted mckay. Your job is walk this trail to see if you encounter the person call out their name that type of thing or maybe stay at a trail head and and interview people that hike down the mountain. Ask them if they've seen the person and so forth more experienced people now we usually send those in to the more difficult areas Censeo the experience to do that. So it's it's not that you know we just send whoever shows up into an area okay. That's kind of what we always assume but it just it's good hearing it's someone who has the actual knowledge has done before. Of course it's the most experienced people are usually in limited numbers because as she. Unfortunately i tell my students mentor. University aerospace teams. And i tell them unfortunately you live your life learning all this stuff get lots of experienced Die new people have to yield start. The whole process over is kind of that balance You know bestowing some of the the sar knowledge upon the newer people As you're coming on almost out the next generation with with better equipment better knowledge better understanding of how it works So we don't just constantly have to re start the whole engine all over every time exactly and when you when you join usually they're say a probation Probationary period where they kind of valuate you. If you're sat in with the search and rescue type missions and also certain training that that you have to have before they let you go out in the field. Okay that makes sense. I do have a question about Sound i don't know the best way to put it but when you're out calling someone's name in the woods. What is the typical distance. If you're yelling for jared and you're listening for replies and things like that is there a certain type of distance based on like thick brush. Where maybe if you are calling to him. He wouldn't have been able to hear it but you're relatively close or in that areas. It relatively noisy is quiet. I'm just trying to think of the odds of its. He's injured in trying to call out for help. Is a possible these underbrush that somebody might not have furby. I don't know about the brush. I'd say more depends on the terrain and the number of trees and so forth. I've been in places. Actually almost on the same mountain where i was up on a ridge and i yelled out and the guy who was maybe a couple of miles away down below and he called back and it was like oh this is cool and so i kept yelling. He was yelling. And finally you know located him Other times i've been on places in the mountains where i've yelled for the person on the end of my rope and we can hear each other whether it was because lonza the terrain so forth so it really depends on the location. How far that works. Okay it doesn't mean that you don't do it sure. Yeah i can imagine Always i've i've done quite a bit amount finding myself a my my co host. Mike and i go out hiking a lot. We do mountain climbing. Were pretty technical as well so we have experience in the backcountry in relatively the same experience. That feels like sometimes you can hear people from a long ways away and other times it can be almost around the corner. You don't even hear him coming another. They're even if they're having a radio or routes allowed at this point. I need to leave. Sorry about that long. Thank you for doing what you do any time. Any kind of education that people get about mishaps that happened in the past that that can maybe help them avoid. Those same things in the future is a good thing Thank you very much for coming on. It's always great to hear from someone that's infield and again we try and focus on teaching people the safe ways to go out into the world using these types of stories as a warning that you can't just go out there be prepared you have the sand trails and things like that. So thank you again for your time. It was great talking to you. They can have a good day so that was really good incited interview as someone who is actually the ground and i think it was great because it gives us insight as to what the searchers go through so like. He said they're all volunteers. Although there are people among the volunteers that are more skilled. There are some there less skilled that are paired with the more skilled volunteers. And it's all ran at a professional level but from what he was talking about with having to a helicopter in rappel down valleys. We had the the issue with the storm in the water coming down and boulders coming down on them it can be used even saying. There's a lot of earthquakes there. So there's loose rock scree basically in those areas so it can be a really treacherous area if you're not staying on the trail and two x point. He wasn't saying on the trail. So not only. Is that a as you said before. The interview mike lee no trace but even rick mentioned it can cause erosion thing. It's outside just leave no trace. It can be actually very dangerous to go off trail for those reasons to because it's the areas of the park that are not maintained. Yeah and if they're not maintained with the heavy brush and you could just hear from rex experience of all the issues. He's gotten into over the years with heavy brush going off trail doing real back country traversing mountains not in a trail. How difficult it can be so now to your point mike a thirteen year old kid. That might not know any better. Yeah and he's getting himself into situations. That season veterans are gonna have a hard time navigating through yeah I think Well so just to recap basically Rix feary is that some kind of accident happened to To him what i. it's he talked about. You know the different wildlife. I know you're looking some of it up with. Yeah there's and there's cougars and stuff. And they had that report to the bear scat that they search for human remains at turned up. Nothing the kind of chase that lead on the blue canteen and it turned out not to be his but they they at least found those those rappers and those things that they could narrow down an area at least a search for him and they just didn't come up with anything and when he's talking about how bad the terrain was. It's no wonder. I think that'd be very difficult to find anything in that type of area. Yeah i think You know my three theories that i am throwing out there. That i think could be possible..

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Changing Your Look After Coming Out

Forever35

04:48 min | 15 hrs ago

Changing Your Look After Coming Out

"Had heard from a listener. Who had come out in her thirties and was kind of wondering how she should change her style. Yes and also kind of dealing with friends feedback in changing of her style and we received such an amazing advice and thoughts from other listeners. That we wanted to share. We really did so. Here's our first email that were sharing today. I just finished mini episode one seventy eight and as a queer teenager. I felt that. I could provide some input here for the listener about their gay style. This year as come out as pan sexual unexplored my own style more. This is something i think about a lot. Recently i've changed so much of my wardrobe and found new things that make me comfortable in my look and my sexuality. What i've learned is that there are so many ways to be gay. You can really take any style and tweak it to express your identity and it doesn't have to be blatant for example. I've always had a darker edgier look and i've started wearing flannels with my goth. Clothes and makeup beans are also a nice touch that make everything a little bit gayer but not to gay also little rainbows are such an amazing and cute way to show your pride if none of these stereotypically gay items of clothing fit your taste. I have many friends who just like to dress and the colors that they feel express them instead of focusing on the items of clothing themselves. There's really no correct way to be queer and you can really and you really can make any item of clothing as as you want. True allies will support you no matter what you wear and no one should ever be pressured to dress in a way that they are uncomfortable with. Hopefully some of these suggestions help. Ps as a gen z. Are i must admit that. Cates use of the word ziesel her makes me cringe but of course i always appreciate the words. You guys make up as for trends. I think there's so much more acceptance of individuality in today's teens at the ones i know so whatever is considered popular online is really only. What a specific specific group of people are wearing regular life though. The controversy is always interesting and often hilarious to see Thank you teen listener. I loved us soak we. This was so such a great email to receive. I'm so honored. That teens are listening to this podcast. Oh the teens are so great. I think the teens are really great. Which terrifies me. Because i've always thought the teens were bad. Especially when i was a teen but i kinda think. Today's teens are awesome. Yeah i know it's really interesting. Yeah all right. You want to share this email diary. I would love to hike kantor. I wanted to write in response to the listener searching for her style. Post coming out coming out in my late twenty s i was so torn between looking to gay or two straight wanting to feel like my full self but also not wanting to seem like the stereotype who comes out and changes everything. It was helpful for me to consider. What stereotypically feminine elements of my style. Had i embraced. Because i truly like them. For example always having my nails done and other things had. I rejected. Because i was worried. Someone could suspect. I wasn't straight noticing what i had an impulse to like but held back from was usually an alert to that internalized homophobia rearing. Its head and usually was silly. I not buying fund metallic birkenstocks or not wanting to follow brandi carlile on instagram. I'm sorry to laugh. I'm laughing. Because i love brandi carlile and i. I love italian stocks. I did not realize that. Brandi carlile was Something that would lead someone to suspect that you weren't straight okay. So just like how. I tell the diet culture voice to get lost. So do i. Now try to tell the hetero normative voice in my head to shut up. Let me live when i find myself holding back from buying doing wearing listening liking something a helpful. A help fought narrative. Reframe for me. Was that many queer people have common interests were style just like many californians or new englanders or chefs have common interests or style. And none of those people aren't buying or wearing or doing something because it's to california or new england or sheffi so like what you like and if it gives people a clue that you're not straight so what it's not a secret and now you have a life more filled with things that feel good and bring you joy to boot as for the listeners. Friends my favorite way to kill those comments is a deadpan. That's weird or rude thing to say not creative that universally applicable

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Is Astra the wrong vaccine for border workers?

Coronacast

04:46 min | 1 d ago

Is Astra the wrong vaccine for border workers?

"One of the big milestones we had about yesterday. Was that the oxford astrazeneca vaccine. I devices of that have arrived in australia. Which is something that we've been waiting for. We're in phase one of the role at at the moment and those are the priority people. And i thought that those people were getting the fis at shot. But now we've got the oxford esters shut here. Are they going to be getting that as well and should they be getting that as well. We're in the press release from the prime minister and the minister. They say that they will guess. That's what they say in the press release and in fact the minister himself a week or so ago a press conference said the same thing that there would be a mix of these vaccines and the trouble with. That is an an accord. Chris murray who ahead on seven thirty last monday which he was. Who's the head of the institute for health. Metrics evaluation in seattle is. That astra is the wrong vaccine. If you're looking at borders let's pull back a little bit about what you're trying to achieve and your vaccine strategy are vaccine strategy is really for a country that has lots of covid around in the middle of covid outbreak. Because you want to partake. H care quite rightly aged care. Workers quite rightly you want to get in there and then you want to protect the rest of the population you want to. Doctors nurses people who work in hospitals all that nor question and we still want to do that but if the virus gets in through the borders that's how the virus gets seen it doesn't suddenly pop aged care home or residential care or pop up in the alfred hospital in melbourne. It comes from overseas. We'll come back to the new zealand situation currently in a minute. So the total strategy in the first instance should be about the borders if we can keep our borders secure. The virus won't get in and then we've got time to immunize for safety reasons. The rest of the population and so astro is the wrong vaccine for. That is not the wrong vaccine. I'll get. I want to say up front. I will get the astro vaccine. I'll be happy to get it. It will protect you in severe disease. But it won't necessarily protect our borders. It will against probably against the uk variant. It's not going to protect almost certainly against us at african variant which only showed ten percent efficacy against. We don't know what is going to do against the brazilian variant which shows vaccine escape. And there's the california variant in american various which. Look as if they might be a bit vaccine resistant themselves and so what we should be doing is saying well astra's fine and the scottish artist suggests it's fine for preventing severe disease but that's for a country that we should be covered getting in the first place. So that's about the pfizer vaccine because it stops transmission. More effectively than the astra zeneca vaccine. I it works within three weeks. You don't have to wait. Three months for the efficacy. Second reason is that moderna there is no. There are no data drawn. Skerritt said on chronic is last week for pfizer. But it's almost identical vaccines to madeira and moderna reasonable efficacy against the south african vary not great but much better than ten percent and and it gives stronger immunity faster so for our borders we should be using pfizer and getting quick protection and we should be protecting their households. Because where's it gonna go after they get infected should he be infected. And if it's the south african is going to go to members of their households at a higher chance so their families or flatmates should be immunized with pfizer to and then the third thing that we should be doing which nobody's talking about just wondering why not but when i talk and by the way this is not necessarily me talking actually sounded out on people who know what they're talking about who aren't where willingness to publicly contradict the government. They say es actually what we should be doing and it's largely what new zealand is doing. They are immunizing. their hotel. boorda workers and their immunizing their families. They've had an outbreak which will come to in a minute. The other thing we should be doing is actually having a forward strategy. Which is if you want to get back into australia. Get immunized and we should help them so some vaccine doses could go overseas to australia. Scott send send it over to make sure the co chain right to our consulates and remember. Pfizer is not quite as temperature sensitive as people say. It's it's a problem once you've dominated you've got to get rid of it but it's not quite temperature sensitive as can last for a while so if you're an australian in london paris and new york senate to this german embassy or their physicians. They've got doctors attached and immunize streams. Get them to pay for. It is cheaper than a hotel quarantine and so you. Don't get on the plane until you've had two doses and you waited another two weeks so you're fully immunized

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California doctor performs surgery during Zoom traffic court trial

NBC Nightly News

02:00 min | 2 d ago

California doctor performs surgery during Zoom traffic court trial

"California doctor is under fire tonight for a courtroom apparent but it wasn't why he was before the judge has people outraged but how he appeared for the here live on zoom from his operating room. Where a surgery was happening in alexander has details. It's not what you would typically see during traffic court this video obtained by the sacramento bee. Newspaper shows a doctor wearing scrubs appearing in a virtual california traffic hearing. Are you a available for johnson county. You're an operating reminding mid guest available for trial right ahead even the commissioner overseeing the hearing can't believe it so unless i'm mistaken is being defendant. That's in the middle of an operating room appearing to be actively engaged in providing services to a patient is that correct mr green as her I'm new not feel comfortable For the welfare of a patient. If you're in the process of operating that i would put on trial right here. Who's doing the surgery with me. So i can stand here and allow them to do the surgery also not all. I'm i don't think so. I don't think that's appropriate. Reached by phone when nbc news asked the doctor about his court hearing on the newspaper. Article he replied. That's not accurate but would not comment further but the state medical board is looking into the incident writing. The medical board of california expects physicians to follow the standards of care when treating their patients. It's the latest example of doctors with questionable behavior. at their patient's bedside this alaska dentist went viral and was later investigated after video showed him standing on a hover board while extracting a patient's tooth and this atlanta dermatologist was later sued after video of her emerged on youtube appearances. Doma rap video poker forming a procedure on occasions back in california. The doctor apologized for his procedure. Running long the hearing itself was postponed.

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Johnson & Johnson's one-shot COVID vaccine approved by FDA

Fork Report

00:13 sec | 2 d ago

Johnson & Johnson's one-shot COVID vaccine approved by FDA

"A single no scope in 19 vaccine has been approved by the FDA. Be okay today means 3.8 million doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine can start going out to states. California is expected to get about 380,000 of

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(02/27) HOTL Hour 3

Handel On The Law

03:05 min | 2 d ago

(02/27) HOTL Hour 3

"This is handle on the law. Marginal legal advice. Where i tell you have no case. This is floored where a woman is suing the town. She lives in after getting more than a hundred thousand dollars in parking fines. And so is the story of sandy martinez and she parks in her driveway in such a way that she has violated the town ordinance and has been for over a year parking her car in violation of the town ordinance. Whether it's on her property it goes over the driveway. Whatever does the story doesn't tell us exactly what she did. But she's been sitting there and accruing fines of over one hundred grand and now. She is suing the town saying that you have no business finding be one hundred thousand dollars. That is excessive and therefore it is illegal and therefore the fine should be removed and the argument is that the amount of the fines are catastrophic and the government doesn't have the power to impose the financial death penalty so to speak for trivial violations. The company said or her lawyer said the town finder two hundred and fifty dollars per day for the harmless offensive part Parking your car partially on our own front lawn which is clearly in violation and she did it enough to where she got. Hit two hundred and fifty dollars a day and wouldn't and by the way wouldn't move her car it's not as if they towed it away. They just kept on hitting her with fines because they would hit her with a fine she would affect too bad. I'm not paying and now that it's hit a one hundred thousand dollars. He says that's unfair. And she thinks that the law itself or the fine is excessive. She's going to have a tough time with this. And the reason is and the only reason of the reason. Her arguing excessive is that it's it has added up to so much money. Well it's how much the initial fine was. And she's violated violated violated violated. And i think she finally got The two hundred and fifty dollars a day out of two hundred and fifty dollars a day for the entire year three hundred. I don't know but three hundred times to fifty years but it's more than a hundred grand so her argument is not gonna fly for example. Let's say you get a part. Let's say you get a speeding ticket day after day right. And it's a couple hundred dollars and you don't pay it and somehow you're ignoring the warrants. That are out for In your name in the end you get tagged after five months speeding every day and wait. That's too much money. You're charging me doesn't work that way. And so she's gonna lose. There's no question and and the legal issue is does the city have the right to impose a fine of two hundred fifty dollars date. Yes does the city have the right to determine where parked my car on my property. Yes you can't park on your lawn yes. Does the city have the right to say on a public street. I can't part more than seventy two hours us. More than seventy two hours which is my local ordinance. Otherwise they told the car. Hey it's my property. That's a public street. You can't have the right to take away my car. Oh yes we do and it happens all day long so great argument lady absolutely for sure phone calls. Hello audra welcome to handle on the law. Hi four and a half months ago. We were heading out of town. Pulling our brand new trailer year-old fish tailed and Flipped and it was totaled My trucks has one insurance but trailer has a different insurance. My trucks and repaired. We're all good. My trailer was sold. As i said I signed a month ago. I signed the title over to them and they in the letter said we're going to give you forty five thousand dollars. I can not get the money from them. I keep getting passed around to people by sue. Them you've got assume. You have no choice if sue the insurance company. Now it's all you can do. The insurance companies the one that breached the warranty the contract insurance company good news. That's good news. Okay so you find out where they do business. Are you in the state of california. Do they have an office in the state of california. I believe they. Do you find out where the offices and you sue them. And if you can't find an office in the state of california then what you do if they don't have An office but they sell in the state which clearly they do. Then you simply contact the secretary of state and you could do this all on the internet very easy to do and you find out who the agent for service of process is. There's actually the name of a law firm or a an individual where you can serve the company and then that individual law firm whatever law is representing whoever you're suing who is not in the service of process service awesome. Yeah just go right to the secretary of state. Hello jake bill. Yes what can i do for you

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Golden Globes org says it will recruit Black members after outcry

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 2 d ago

Golden Globes org says it will recruit Black members after outcry

"I'm Julie Walker the organization that votes on and host the golden globes taking place Sunday has eighty seven members none of them black now it's vowing to change that the Hollywood foreign press association said in a statement Friday that an action plan is under development to admit black members it's former president told variety the organization hasn't had a black member in nearly two decades I can't recall when there have been a black member golden globes presenter sterling K. brown and time's up are among those who have criticized the HFPA is lack of inclusion and diversity brown says for any governing body of our current Hollywood award show to have such a lack of voting representation illustrates a level of responsibility that should not be ignored the HFPA said it welcomes journalists from all ethnic and cultural backgrounds based in southern California the cover entertainment for foreign media I'm Julie Walker

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Teachers union resists parents’ push to reopen Los Angeles schools

Retirement & Income Radio

03:36 min | 2 d ago

Teachers union resists parents’ push to reopen Los Angeles schools

"He's the president of California Policy Center, Celeste feeler. Parent union, overseeing this billboard calling for the zoom blackout. What is the biggest complaint or reason that the unions and teachers are giving Not to go back to the classroom, especially in light of the fact that we can get vaccines to every teacher in the L. A school district if we wanted, probably within a week. Is Sean. I want to point out that the vaccine when it was, you know, six months ago, before the vaccine looked like it would even be finished this year, when the only person really saying that it could happen was Donald Trump. The teachers union wasn't talking about vaccines. They were talking about a panoply of Bernie Sanders kinds of issues that would that would have to be satisfied before they go back to school. They weren't talking about vaccine. We're talking about the funding the police, they were talking about direct welfare payments to the undocumented, well packed the millionaire attacks universal basic income. Universal health care is a Bernie Sanders agenda, they said would be necessary before they would go back. What does that have to do with reading, writing, math and learning? What does any of that have to do with school? It's nothing purposes for the union is a distraction as the lessons that it really has nothing to do with it, But it's a distraction from the failure of the union to the liver education. In the best of times, the union has failed to deliver education deported in California. If you're rich, you can opt out and go to a private school. If you're middle class or schools are probably at least moderately. OK, if you're poor in California, you're getting the government cheese of education. It is Among the worst education systems in the country. Thank God for Mississippi. So what a lot of people don't understand. Is that the U. S. That is that is such a cheap shot against Mississippi. You live in the United Socialist State of California. Seriously where you know, people in California. Now, instead of saying, Hey, dude are saying Hey, comrade, go ahead. Not intended to the cheap shot who are friends of Mississippi just intended to say that the only thing keeping us from being number 51 in the country is the state of Mississippi. So when we do live in a socialist state, where the union's earn about a billion dollars per year, Shawn one billion with a B in union dues, and they spend that electing people I'm getting all this school boards, but we got the vaccine. Celeste. I'll let you answer that you have the vaccine. So what is there? Why the mysterious reluctance and resistance, Although Fauci said this week and blew me away, I'm not sure if even vaccinated grand parents can see their kids. I'm like what? Yes, but Maxine, then So, all right, so out, 30, you know, I way don't get it either. Um, you know, so, yes, You're right. The vaccine is there. They're actually pushed before other essential workers that have been working the entire time. So they're delaying this. It's like Is it about computers? That political? Uh you know, we just don't know. I mean, they have the opportunity to get their vaccine. We pushed them to the front of the line. Well, exactly, So they're the front of the line. They think I'm asking so they don't give a good reason for not wanting to go back in the classroom. There is no good reason is that we're concluding here. Right. There is no reason that our kids should not be in the classroom. I tend to agree with both of you. All right now, if the parents want to participate, I guess this just means that they just don't tune into the zoom classes

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Asian Americans fighting "to be seen" amid rise in hate crimes

This Morning With Gordon Deal

00:21 sec | 2 d ago

Asian Americans fighting "to be seen" amid rise in hate crimes

"Lawmakers to stand together in solidarity and take action. Seven. Just go. Some remember David choose has $1.4 million carved out in the state's budget. Attract the hate surge is progress to explain the money will help to study and documents and a phobia and hate crimes against Asian Americans and made the pandemic. California's allowing some illegal immigrants apply for

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Biden visits Texas one day after airstrikes in Syria

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

00:56 sec | 2 d ago

Biden visits Texas one day after airstrikes in Syria

"Biden's first trip as president. Following a natural disaster came just a day after his first military action as president airstrikes that landed in syria against sites used by iranian backed militia groups in response to rocket attacks on american forces. Ron you can't get you can't act with impunity. Careful some of biden's fellow democrats on the hill or questioning his authority to launch the air strikes california democratic congressman roque khanna guest on this broadcast earlier. This week captured their concern with this message. And we quote we cannot stand up for congressional authorization before military strikes only when there is a republican president. The administration should have sought congressional authorization.

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Los Angeles County could receive a quarter of Johnson & Johnson vaccine doses headed to California

1A

01:27 min | 2 d ago

Los Angeles County could receive a quarter of Johnson & Johnson vaccine doses headed to California

"Federal approval of that single shot Johnson and Johnson vaccine likely tomorrow, and with Governor Gavin Newsom, saying California could get us many is 380,000 doses as soon as next week. You have to wonder how much will come to L. A County, the state's largest county. So we asked L. A county public health director Barbara for rare when we spoke with her earlier this evening, she says L. A county is a quarter of California's population sell. The county will likely get a quarter of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine doses. There's More complex algorithm that the state uses to determine what the doses are for the county. Um, but we're assuming that you know, given given that it's you know, close to 400,000 doses that you know we should get. You know, we could get anywhere between 80 and 100,000 doses. But Ferrer says she will welcome whatever L a county gets. It couldn't come at a better time because we're expanding eligibility next week for a lot of workers who are desperate to get vaccinated. L. A County public health director, Barbara for rare. What she's talking about is the statewide move next week to add teachers, more food and AG workers and more emergency workers to the list of Californians eligible for the vaccine. Not enough available yet to get shots to everybody. So you'll get an appointment. But the shot itself might be weeks away. Still bring a valid I D when you get the shot and proof that you live or work in L, a county. Ah work badge or a pay stub with an address on it will do.

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UC Davis Health debuts plans for hospital tower project

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

UC Davis Health debuts plans for hospital tower project

"Major plans unveiled today for a new U. C. Davis, California tower. At the medical center is going to be 16 stories high a million square feet of space. Most of the rooms could be easily transferred to become ICU room if rooms if necessary. Another major addition to our own kind of healthcare corridor over there by the UCD Medical Center. The expectation is to have it all done well before 2030. Because that's a deadline regarding earthquake preparedness and safety for a lot of hospitals around the state,

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California State Lawmakers Introduce Bills to Combat Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

The KFBK Morning News

03:10 min | 3 d ago

California State Lawmakers Introduce Bills to Combat Anti-Asian Hate Crimes

"In anti Asian hate crimes is prompting state lawmakers to stand together in solidarity and take action. KFBK is Aubrey Aquino has more on new bills being introduced to combat this situation. Aubrey tell us what state lawmakers are doing. To address this. We've seen the video, and it is so disturbing these hate crimes against Asian Americans in the state to many of whom are elderly. Ah package of bills has been introduced by the Asian Pacific Legislative Caucus this month to address hate crimes here in the state. San Francisco Assembly member David Chu is co author of a B 5 57, which would require the Department of Justice to create a statewide hotline for reporting hate crimes. And he says this week's $1.4 million carved out in the state's budget to track the hate surge is also progress. We had a resolution of the sword this past week around condemning the anti Asian hate and we had colleagues representing every straight and diversity of our state, who spoke up as Black. Let necks LGBT female Jewish colleagues to say this is unacceptable. And if you're coming for any buster coming for all of us Hsu explains that money will help to study and documents in a phobia and hate crimes against Asian Americans made the pandemic through the initiative. Stop a P I hate, which is recently documented nearly 3000 incidents of anti Asian discrimination and did the pandemic. So Aubrey, you know, Kristina just talked about how many of us have seen these videos and how disturbing it is. But you know, the question becomes when you see something like this online or you watch your newscast. You wonder? OK, Is this an isolated incident or how prevalent is it and I'm just kind of curious. What did you find out? I asked Assembly member to about that, given the large and diverse population of Asian and Asian American groups here in the Bay Area and the Greater Sacramento region, and he admits it's been shocking. There are incidents being reported all over the country, but data suggests California leads with more than 40% of all anti Asian hate crimes happening here. And he suspects most are in and around the Bay Area, despite all of the strides that we have made is a community that we're seeing so many manifestations of continued discrimination and hate and racism. Manifested in all sorts of ways from name calling and slurs to vandalism, discrimination in retail environment, physical assault and Some instances, murder Q says he is deeply disturbed by the recent murder of an elderly Thai man in his district and beliefs. Officials need to address the uptick in violence to make sure these incidents don't continue and that those responsible are brought to justice. All right, Aubrey, thank you very much. We appreciate that. Well, I know that in the Bay Area, there are groups now offering escort to an elderly specifically, specifically elderly Asian community members not to, you know diminish the importance of this legislation because it is highly important, but you also need to see Changing the way people think. Right? You know, there needs to be a transformation. Absolutely. Yeah, But in the meantime, those folks need to be protected for sure. For sure. 5 50 is the

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New coronavirus variant in New York spurs caution, concern

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 d ago

New coronavirus variant in New York spurs caution, concern

"Have reacted to the news with a mixture of caution and concern Tonight in East and West Coast punch of new covert variants. First, a new strain in California and now a homegrown mutation is spreading in New York City Doctor David Hose team at Columbia University was one of the first to detect mutation, noting similarities to the more contagious South African and Brazilian strains. We don't know whether it's more transmissible, but we see it rising in prevalence within our patient population. Dr Ho says the mutation alters despite protein, which enables the virus to dodge anti bodies that could result in a weaker immune response. CDC is throwing its resource is behind a

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High school sports return in Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties

KNX Evening News

00:54 sec | 3 d ago

High school sports return in Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties

"Starting tomorrow, High school athletes in parts of Southern California could officially restart outdoor sports among those given the OK to resume competition outdoors, or L, a orange and San Diego counties. Yes, coated protocols will have to be followed. But that said, this is very big news in a long time coming almost a year since we had to shut down last spring, so the developments over the last few days have made a big impact on everyone going forward. Rob Lie. God is Commissioner of athletics for the CIA. If Southern section that's the governing body for high school athletics in Southern California. The ruling would allow for football boys and girls, water polo and girls volleyball. But unfortunately for girls volleyball, they can't return indoors. They could only come back outdoors right now, and our cross country programs have actually been going since the end of January. The ruling comes with the requirement of weekly testing for coaches as well as football, rugby and water polo players. Who are at least 13 years

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

02:15 min | 4 d ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"My only question is is that bind these types of hotels for this type of use and buying like dead center in the middle of a pretty heavily traveled tourist area. You just have to wonder how how that will affect values and hopefully the hotels are run in a way that it's virtually unnoticeable. It's hard to say. I don't know how they're gonna handle the security around the grounds and the different things that you would have to do to keep outside people from wandering right You know that happens down there. I mean you can kind of walk from one property to another property to use their facilities or restaurants. Or you know. There's some that have nicer pool than others. I've been told things like that. That people sometimes do they allow you like for day. You so you know it'll be interesting to see how that plays out too so we're gonna keep an eye on this. We'll pay attention and you know. Hopefully this does solve part of the problem that we have with almost issues in and around san diego. We are one of those california cities that You know we have to do desperate times. Call for desperate measures right and so i kind of the thinking behind it and i think it's a step in the right direction. The question is you know what i leave and close with today is. How does this really affect the hotel market. And what are going to be the long the long term implications of this. It's going to be interesting to find out and it's going to be interesting to see what happens. After the pandemic to the to the to the retail hotel sales market and to the to the arms length transactions. That will come between you. And i if we were if you were training a property to me how. How does that get value down. And especially if it's in those markets so more to come on this. Thanks for listening today. This been southern california real estate report..

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:23 min | 4 d ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report we talk about the city of san diego's purchase of two hotels and what it means for san diego. Stay tuned good morning. This is the southern california real estate report with bob mcguire and daniel wise coming to you from san diego so more real estate news. Local real estate news.

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

02:48 min | Last week

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report we talk about amazon's new facility. Stay tune good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob..

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

04:19 min | 3 weeks ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Most of san diego was in that c. Range or to be honesty range and los angeles was a mixed bag but mostly it. Was you know that that that see range. Sometimes de range and then orange county actually did pretty well. It was more. A lot of it was was be So good so ordinary yeah. In areas like that and then almost a third of the district jurisdictions one hundred and seventy two cities and counties. They reported zero permits. So so there's still some some room for improvement right. Yeah you know. i don't know there's there's air definitely areas on this map for like you know. I like places where you probably don't wanna live probably win. Got pretty bad grades. Because there's no one over there to put this in perspective to for listeners. so between twenty thirteen and two thousand nineteen jurisdiction. Statewide have reported permitting. Only sixty three thousand affordable housing units. So that's where the entire state. Yeah yeah which is nothing. They need to have permitted three hundred and twenty thousand to be on track to meet their goals the current cycle so that so that tells you how far off the mark. We are for housing. Seriously i mean it's it's it's really something actually so they've only they've only permitted sixty three thousand and to be on track just to be on track they would have needed to have three hundred and twenty thousand. That's exactly so you know it's it's it's it's something we've been talking about for a long time. We obviously know kind of expected. This will so this also ties to you know so everybody is hearing about this mass exodus out of california and you know you can say oh. It's you know there's a million things you could point to you right but really it does come down. To housing and affordable housing is the most critical element having a stable. And you know you know thriving economy and everyone at every income level. Yeah and even the moderate income housing isn't very much better. Eighty three thousand units have been permitted statewide. But they're short of one hundred and forty three thousand needed to be on track. So that's moderate. Well you know in moderate drought entire state. Yeah silly you. It means that the cities where you know we probably need the most modern income housing is. They're they're not doing very well in that level. So it's it's fascinating it's it's you know. I think i think it's it's definitely not painting the prettiest picture right now. It's it's just it's just kind of it's kind of tough because now land is expensive in coastal california just is There are some positive signs of the grading. The overall grades are slightly veteran. Twenty one thousand nine hundred and they were in two thousand eighteen while most jurisdictions are still getting c. or d. there are more bs. Fewer fs in there were year ago. Also twice as many jurisdictions had a better. Gpa this time than the worst one. Two hundred ten improved and one hundred and five worsened. However there's a bureaucratic explanation for some of the improvement about thirty cities whose grades went up. Didn't file an rh a progress report with the state in twenty eighteen but did in twenty nine thousand nine. So that could that could skew things right. Because you're starting at a new point and you don't have the data to measure from the. I think the the big thing that's coming out of this and what's being boot's being shown is california has an inequality issue right now with housing and so it's very easy to have you know higher level and and more you know high level income than homes then it is to get into these lower level and modern income housing. Yeah that's that's just the way it is right now. It's pretty sad but you know hopefully with this report things will improve and now at least it's it seems to be trending towards better..

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Southern California Real Estate Report

03:32 min | 3 weeks ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"So they're graded on how close they are to being on track to meet their goals. Depending on how far they are into their current our age cycle somewhere in the first year of the new cycle in twenty nineteen somewhere in the last others. Were in the middle. Most of the southern california example was six years into an eight year cycle so if the city is supposed to permit eighty monitoring income homes total it would need to have issued sixty permits by by twenty nine thousand nine hundred and to be fully on track to receive an a grade. So that's how you would look at it. So i don't know did it say where san diego was in the in the cycle where we at the do what were at six years during the year intimate. So we're we're in that average cycle to yeah and by the way this article from the daily news daily news. Yeah so soda. Can continue this grading so so with san diego. They're saying that since most of southern california For example was in an eight year cycle and our city is down the six sixth year of that eight year cycle. There were grades given for each category. So percents better. On-track equaled four points. Seventy five to ninety nine percent on track equaled three points fifty.

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:18 min | 3 weeks ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report. We talk about the housing permit report card. Stay tune good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming to you from san diego so interesting so every year. So obviously this is a big discussion that we're gonna be talking about today. And it has to do with housing. We're only gonna hit on basically the highlights of what is going on with the building permits. That are supposed to be pulled. And the construction that is supposed to be hopefully narrowing the gap of what is considered a big housing crisis here in southern california the every year. There's a report card that's given and it basically grades how every city is is performing. Yes and it not only grades however cities performing it breaks it down into income levels which is kind of fascinating so san diego san diego do not perform that. Well well it did perform very well and above modern income housing. Which you know. I you would expect that i think if you look i looked at los angeles and i looked at a few others. A lot of places did really well in that category but that is clearly a very small percentage of the housing that we need very low income housing. The i think they pulled a twenty. Three hundred permanents in the goal was Nineteen thousand so. Yeah not quite enough Low income housing kinds of same deal. Twenty six hundred to fourteen thousand moderate income. Thirty four to thirteen thousand. So if you like look at what's being built right now. In san diego county in a lot of places in california in general what is being built is above moderate income. And so you put this all in a little bit more perspective. The amount of permanence for pulled over thirty three thousand the number needed to be on track was about twenty nine so above. in fact it's about on track for the final number for above modern income housing. Fine anywhere else were and so. That's why so there's a grading system that they put out for this right. And this goes across the whole state so the grading system basically. It's a process that's called the the regional housing needs assessment or the r..

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:49 min | Last month

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"That's not even louis less. I guess it took at least six months so it just shows you. What a hot market. San diego has become for for every level of the market. I think that's what's most interesting is that you have the lower end of the market. That's gained obviously. We have a lot of people that are trying to get into i homes or trying to get into condos and then you have kind of people are trying to move up still and not speaking more and more difficult because the moving up processes harder because what is the second home like what is your next move up point like how do you make that jump from your first home for your second home and then you have you know the part of the market. Maybe i was just talking about like the college like the lower end of the higher end market. And then you have things like this. That are just absolutely extraordinarily high and attract such a different buyer in every part of the market is just being is just getting just know. I can't imagine if you're spending twenty four million dollars on a house. You really concerned all that much about interest rates but right. They're not they're not. It just shows you what type of real estate market where. Yeah i mean in one of the things that was pointed out in this article is you know so. It took six months to sell this. It used to be so the average selling time has been compressed now to hundred and forty six days for homes over four million where it used to be seven hundred and three days a year ago thing has really had an impact. I mean it's clear to me that covid nineteen is definitely creating an impact for the wealthy. The wealthy are getting out of cities that they're not happy. They're looking for value. They're buying in places where i think the person's vying this obviously they're looking for kind of slice of happiness and they want to live on the beach and they can afford to do it and good for them you know and i can see why a these if you're in a very high density city like san francisco or la even coastal la high density. You santa monica and places like that. You're trying to get out of those more crowded areas into this. I mean this is a great spot..

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

03:56 min | Last month

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report the housing market will remain competitive state. Tim happy new year. Welcome to the southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california first podcast of the year. I pressed cassidy. And.

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"I know los angeles has been hit very hard. I know san francisco. The exodus out of san francisco is very real and that's happening on a much greater scale than what you know. People were expecting. I hear that the new hotspot is miami. So it's gonna be interesting to see these new transitions into these different cities. And what happens with that and what happens to to housing in the post exodus city of san francisco. You know right now. I think just across the board. If you're a renter in san francisco you can easily go. In and negotiate a twenty percent reduction in iran and there will be no discussion with the landlord from what i'm hearing and i have friends that have You know not only real estate up there but also that are larger apartment owners. That are talking about you know that. Never in the whole time. They've own staff. Have they seen buildings go below. You don't five percent vacant. And now they're in. They're smaller buildings. They're having you know they're hitting like forty percent so it's going to be interesting to see and it'll be interesting to see how things pick back up over the next year. And what happens with some of the tech business to and and how they come back to work now. Two offices get occupied again. So those are going to be some of the questions we're going to follow. We want to wish everyone happy holidays. Thanks for listening to us all year. We look forward to putting out more content next year and thanks for listening to southern california real estate report..

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Place for this company. Yeah so it's gonna be exciting and you know this is. This is one of the bright lights. So if you're an office landlord and you've got some biotech next into your portfolio. You're probably gonna be fine and if you're looking to develop new things or looking for some ideas that's probably the direction you should go right. You're right you're expensive build out. Yeah yeah so. It's it's it's really good to see that there's some positive things happening and it's good to see that hopefully the us can can compete in that space and we have we go back to some of the cutting edge medical things that you know. We've done over the years with this vaccine and everything else i mean. It's it's crazy. How how fast. We're able to produce that. So i think there's exciting things coming And and this space is going to provide that that platform to work from ya. Thanks for listening today. This was the southern california real estate report..

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

02:56 min | 2 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"It sounds like but what they're trying to do is they're trying to create an area to where harbor park they're saying is meant as a bustling beachie attraction where people can bike or walk on a wide promenade. Rent water equipment picnic or play on on one of two natural turf lawns so the whole thing is going to be basically similar to what coronado has now as you come over the bridge. You're going to have kind of a beach area there. You're going to have grass and stuff over by the skate park in that area. So it's gonna be it's gonna be really nice so this is. This is really a big attraction for the south bay. They've they've never really had anything like this. And i think if you are if you are someone who's looking into buying a home anytime soon. You should really consider this bay. It's becoming a really nice area to live with a lot of attractions down there. And obviously there's there's more to come and it's still hasn't relatively affordable home prices so you know if it's if it's something that's in your radar i would definitely take another close look at it. Obviously especially as santa home. Prices keep climbing extraordinarily high and the other thing is too that you're getting newer. Construction in a lot of cases and the schools are in the schools in some areas. Our award-winning they're they're excellent schools. The school district is is renowned in the city for being one of the best right up there with scripts. So it's it's really is a great area and daniels right. I mean there's there's just a lot of really great things happening down there right now. They kind of get overlooked too. Exactly they could do get overlooked and also its proximity to downtown if if what we've talked about in previous podcast about a lot of these biotech industries. Having you know opening up offices in downtown san diego if if you don't want to commute very far this could be a really wonderful option. Yeah so so this. This really is going to start. you know. you're really gonna start seeing a lot. This happen as the hotel gets developed. So again the developer. The hotel is responsible for the biggest portion of this. This smallest part of the park. They're gonna start with i and they're gonna start putting in some of the infrastructure So it's gonna be pretty obvious over the next couple of years we're gonna beach wonder if it'll be good surf spot. We'll see. i doubt it's going to be on the back. But i was. I was thinking. Eighty windsurfing irving so. Thanks for listening today. This has been the southern california real estate report..

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

04:20 min | 2 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Today on the southern california real estate report we talk about the forty seven and a half million dollar. Harvard park plan in chula vista. Stay tune. Good morning welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire daniel wise coming to you from san diego california so Kind of interesting. So there's been a lot of announcements for new projects and things like that here in san diego and most of them have been around this valley and the central part of the city. Sir town downtown and vision valley have been the recipient of most of the big marquee type projects going on from biotek to large apartment developments to the stadiums to residential redevelopment. So this is kind of exciting. This is a south bay announcement. And it's just come out Harbor park which is going to be a bay front park down in chula vista Is is going to be really cool. It's gonna be a beach. Beachie multi terrorist park. I think it's gonna be kind of like fifteenth street and del mar. Yeah it sounds like at this is an article from the union. Tribune literally came out today. Which is december tenth and it sounds really cool. It sounds like something that's really needed in that area. A lot of families are moving into that part of town ghetto. Chula vista's having a you know is becoming kind of the next area of development for a lot of moving because it's affordable part of town. Still right so it's interesting too because so the south bay. Has i think. For the for the longest time has relied mostly on imperial beach and coronado and so i have family in coronado and obviously during the pandemic there's a lot of older people that live in coronado and when we were going through this lockdown thing and people are getting out on the weekend the beaches were overrunning coronado. So people were like gosh. You know if there was another place because of course you know inside of the city of san diego. You know the beaches. There's what people don't know. Is that if you're if you're south pacific beach. There's really not a lot of shoreline in san diego as you go up towards sunset cliffs. You know there's very few spots that you can get down the cliffs to actual sand. You know yeah. I guess i guess you know. If you want a family friendly place you probably just have to like south mission beach type of or coronado and so imperial beach beach right. But for the people in the south which we have a large population in the south bay and so of course the first stop is coronado and so. It's just easier for people to get there. So i think taking away some of this slow that happens every week in coronado will be nice to and will help to kind of get some balance in on the weekends in coronado during the pandemic people were like. Gosh there's so many people want to go outside you know. Especially around like centennial park in places like that coronado because they were so packed. You know so so this is going to be interesting to see how this all comes together so this is part of also a bigger project which is going to be which is a hotel and convention center by the gaylord group that gaylord development group they own a big hotel in the mid west called opera land..

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

02:56 min | 3 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Suburban location and still get a one bedroom. It's not going to have the views it's not going to have the amenities it's not gonna be as noon as nice and obviously have the sexiness that a new building has but to live in a nice north part one bedroom and you're saving seven hundred bucks a month that's really meaningful. So in my opinion you're not gonna see downtown. Really start to take off until this new office is built an absorbed operating and until jobs return to downtown. That's just too much of a savings and that's too much of a of a gap. So i think that that apple change and i do think that it'll get better but i think it's just gonna take some time so we'll see what happens with new construction and if there's a little bit of a slowdown in construction. Or maybe some things get shelved until after this is over and then come back after we see what nobody really knows. I mean the biotech thing is great downtown but nobody really knows who the tenants are at this point. We know that its proposed. But we don't know who the major tenants are. What the major employment is. So i think until we get to that point you know downtown is going to be. You know it's gonna take some time to to kind of get back from this. So the good news is if you're a runner and you still work downtown and you can afford downtown. There's never going to be a time where downtown's going to be more affordable than it is right now because there's going to be a lot of incentives to get in renters and that's probably going to run for at least two years you know. Yeah so so. We'll keep an eye on this Were excited to hear what happens with the biotech. Obviously excited to hear what happens with this kilroy project as well for more downtown office. The office market is its own animal. Now we'll continue to monitor that to obviously the biotech space is a real bright spot in commercial real estate right now that it's very much a bright spot in the office market. And so because of the specificity of that type of space. It's very hard to have biotech people working from home and things like that so that is going to be something that is going to get used. It's become very popular this particular developer. That's doing the project. Downtown has four other locations so throughout the united states. So as that takes off that will really change the downtown scope and those apartments will become much more valuable than so. Thanks for listening today. And we'll keep an eye on this. This has been the southern california rolls day report..

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"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

Southern California Real Estate Report

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"california" Discussed on Southern California Real Estate Report

"Good morning. Welcome in southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming to you from san diego california. So you know we've been talking about different. Sub markets. A lot during our podcast. One of the ones that comes up all the time is downtown and so this downtown market. It's been something that <hes>. You know we've had our eyes on. There's there's been so much construction that ended up over the last probably five years downtown that you know we knew that there was gonna be really high demand for downtown class a. apartments but now it seems that since the pandemic and everything that's starting to shift and so now the suburbs everyone's bailing out of downtown and heading to the suburbs and so we're coming back to a period where there's gonna be some absorption problems in downtown san diego exactly and you know. We kind of expected this to happen. We even talked about it and previous podcast. It's it was hard to tell them the beginning. What these what does how does this. Whole covert thing was going to look like when people's leases started to add. Yeah and so. It's interesting so the stabilize vacancy rate. Downtown has risen by more than three hundred basis points this year. So this is a co star. Report co star it out. And you know. It's basically saying that you know downtown. San diego is still trying to capture that last demand that they had. And you know there's a couple of things going on one. The suburbs are more popular. Because you get larger units to. You're you're you're not as high density bright right and so that's really you know kind of what people are looking at. Also you know with the job loss and things like that. That are going on downtown. It's having a big effect on class-a type product. So you know the the class b and you know the the neighborhoods like north park and stuff like that are proving to be by far the most resilient neighborhoods that that are in this city right now some of the lower end neighborhoods like in the areas of elk hone and spring valley places like that. We've heard a lot about vacancy issues and or collection issues whereas a lot of these suburb properties. That maybe somebody was in a class a. Building had a very good white collar job could afford to live a class. A. building is now kind of relocating to a larger space and in a more suburban neighborhoods. So that's really interesting. It's gonna be interesting to see how this shakes out over the next year. So right now. They're saying at the height of the shutdown net. Absorption or that the or the number of apartments moved into versus moved out of in downtown fell by more than two hundred and sixty units for comparison. The rest of san diego region recorded positive net. Absorption more than two hundred twenty so that means downtown just started shedding tenants really fast. And it's just never recaptured that so the interesting thing is is that last year one of the buildings that was <hes>. A really really successful building was a building that was located. If i can find this. I think it was right on the edge of the east village right at that time. The there lisa up was going really well. They at least up like it was a four hundred unit and they at least up thirty minutes a month in june now. That building is back to where it was pre lease app and they're probably going to go back to some of the pre lease up incentives that they had in the past. So it's it's interesting that we're probably going to see this. This new round of downtown space. That's going to be re incentivized back to you. Know what it was two years ago. So you're probably going to get two or three months of free rent. You're probably going to have a much lower rate than what the market was prior prior to this pandemic. And so that's gonna be really interesting to keep an eye on right now. It's saying that <hes>. When you remove downs inventory from this late at the latest data set of absorption <hes>. The demand was positive during the shutdown between march and may and the region recorded more than two hundred and twenty units of desertion. About four hundred units less than what we historically see there. The the unit was <hes>. The the region the downtown region over the spring and into the early summer was making up for that. So but then between june and october the region minus downtown absorbed twelve hundred and fifty units almost eight hundred more than at the same period between two thousand seventeen and nine thousand nine so the birds are really doing well during this pandemic i mean. They're they're having no problems whereas the the you know the downtown buildings and downtown in general is really suffering

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"california" Discussed on This is California: The Battle of 187

This is California: The Battle of 187

05:40 min | 8 months ago

"california" Discussed on This is California: The Battle of 187

"california" Discussed on This is California: The Battle of 187

This is California: The Battle of 187

11:37 min | 10 months ago

"california" Discussed on This is California: The Battle of 187

"Let me ask you the question. Your group poses to me that were you and your neighbors family and friends able to pay ran on April first or speak to the building of now. We're all organized here in checked in with everybody and everyone was able to pay rent this month only because our landlord is a small mom and pop owner. They keep rents about fifteen hundred below market. Rate you're an echo park and so we're able to a afford these rents have a two bedroom and I'm I'm paying fifteen hundred below market rate. But I don't know what this means for next month. I don't know if I'll have a job. So this is where the choice between food and medicine and supplies versus rent comes into and that's affected tens of thousands of tenants across Los Angeles. Already with this. What are they telling you about their situation right now? Well they've lost their when mayor. Garcetti and governor newsom sheets. Dan home orders on March nineteenth. A lot of places closed in fact. I was getting a haircut at the time. And the place closed right as they were issuing the orders Those Barbara's went home and they have not been working since and so the tenants union launched a campaign called food not rent or we the the. No it's a guide that helps tenants. Kinda worked through some of these issues and protect themselves because after may thirty first landlords will be able to file a victim even if they've lost work to corona virus or they've gotten sick from the corona virus. Yeah so tell us a story about maybe a family that reflects their struggle to be able to pay the rent right now in this time of Corona virus. There's one tenant that I'm very worried about his wife and kids and he was working in a restaurant in downtown and after the restaurant closed down he you know he was essentially living. Check the check as a bus boy and he also doesn't have papers so he's he's terrified so he's been you know asking neighbors tour and France for short loans to be able to pay the rent and I've asked that he really needs to think about this because he these paying the rent and he's not able to put food on the table without working. You know what is he going to do? This case is special because he doesn't have papers so there's an added level of of Tara for him but there's other stories just like his as well. There are so many in the last God in the last three or four day. We've got hundreds of emails from people who work in the economy from people who were selling food out in those street vendors. We've gotten contacted from You know from all walks of life in Los Angeles enabled to pay for rent because of the stay at home orders and it's unfair that tenets are forced to stay home unable to work and unable to pay rent and still be able to be a victim by their landlord. Tenants are coming together. There are some that are helping each other out with delivering food to their neighbors who are elderly so these are just. Some of the intense situations and tenants are facing. So what are the right of tenants of especially right now to stay where they are? Despite not being able to pay rent basically the stay at home owners issued protects tenants Until may thirty first there are no lockouts. Alonzo cannot file individually against you you do. You won't get overcharged for any late fees or having extra people in your apartment but you do need to let your landlord. Oh in written that the chronic virus has affected you so that you can later use that if you're landlords is is to take you to court in June as a defense and that's where you begin to provide proof you lost your job. You'll have to present that to the court for now. It's just a temporary. Stay on injections so California. Governor Gavin newsom ordered that statewide ban on fictions caused by corona virus and Merrick are here in Los Angeles announce that landlords can increase rent on over the half million apartments under the cities rent stabilization programs. So what are your thoughts on their on their measures. You know the the measures don't go far enough in the crisis we are in now. These orders that they issue would have been great ten years ago or five years ago to address the housing affordability prices and that has resulted in sixty thousand homeless in in Los Angeles alone. And so now. We're in a new crisis now with Kobe. Nineteen so the governor us more responsible in this. He has more powers as the governor to issue a blanket moratorium on all victims no matter what our city local city council members took a vote last week and we came one. Vote Short from a blanket. Moratorium on all fictions I blame council members like You know Mitchell Farrell and Council president nor Martinez. With that. Why do you think there were opposed to that? Well it's interesting. They were more concerned with landlords and they were more concerned. That tenants would take advantage of the situation. By now paying rent and having a not being able to be affected by their landlords so landlords they would argue You know your your group is asking. For forgiveness of rendering corona virus and those landlords would most likely say that rent forgiveness would bankrupt them with put them out of business. What would be your response to them? You know I feel a lot for the mom and pop. But on Lord's own one building two buildings and a pretty fair to their tenants you know. I have no sympathy for corporate developers in corporate boards. Who are buying up all these buildings and victim of their tenants but it's much easier for a landlord to find some kind of forgiveness with the bank. You know we have already seen governor newsom issue of you know a wave mortgage payments for six months and in the case of Bank of America. Only three months you know. They're they're a much better position have equity in their home. But I I you know I still feel for the small mom and pops they should be also part of this Rent forgiveness that interesting actually. Good Union of two. Would you would think it's two completely different sides. I I know the L A tenants union has waged rent strikes in the past but I think a lot of folks can't even comprehend of that idea so talk a little bit about a wet. What a red strike is and whether they can be successful rent strikes have been successful for the tenants. Union before the cove in nineteen crisis rent strikes were used as a way for collective bargaining. They're technically not illegal. If a judge rules in favor of the tenant I wow yes so so. I organized a rent strike at Burlington building. Which is about two hundred families have a neighborhood. It was here in West Lane and also the mud gotcha in In Boyle Heights as well So some of those cases went to court but the conditions of the building were so terrible that the judge ruled in favor of the tenants with the Reno reduced rents and made their rent strike legal. In the case of Burlington we went nine cases to court. Six of them we wan rent strike at three of them. We lost but it's still risky so eventually the landlord dropped all those cases. There were like eighty nine hundred cases that dislike dropped and they got to keep six months of rent during that Red Stripe and this case we have something completely different. It's more organic rent. Strike out of necessity again are not paying rent. Not because they don't want to because they have stayed homeowners the business closed. There is a complete shutdown so this is more of an organic thing that's happening and I think this will only get worse next month. Those who were living check to check in April and you know are not gonNa make it this month. They won't be able to pay and those who have a little bit. That are a little more well to do their jobs and may will be able to pay Dan. So this is only going to increase as time goes on. I don't know that this stay at home. Order will be done in a postseason. You may so. I don't know how much longer this will go on so for a group like yours. You see an opportunity to be able to help tenants if they do. WanNa do a rent strike. Yes it this is. This is the moment where this crisis has exposed. How unfair and the lack of protections tenants have this is not a question. This is a political question. And and it's it's a moment that tenants have to ask themselves. I lost my job. I can't pay my rent in my entitled to my whole and those tenants who are targeted by corporate developers for evictions are the ones that felt that the most usually those communities that are being gentrified but now everyone is feeling it so this is an important moment and I think we cannot miss this moment. Yeah I was GonNa ask you about gentrification obviously housing rates through the roof over the past decade or so a lot of gentrification in downtown in the east side the really side of La at least. How do you see this corona virus crisis affecting all of those different housing movements? While I think it's just going to supercharge them like I said we've had Hundreds at least in our local alone. We've had hundreds of emails tenants who cannot pay their rent and we're talking a lot of people that work in the GIG economy. I mean just a whole range from working class poor to lower middle class and so this is just you know it's just really supercharge. The organizing and people are waking up. Like wait a minute. You know the situation here in L. A. is terrible with rents and with the lack of protections for tenants and affordability. You know things have to change. And it's just things cannot continue the way they are and the governor and the Mayor Local Government and state government are only providing solutions. That would have worked for the previous crisis of affordability. We need something stronger now. And that's not going to happen without tenants coming together so right now in your apartment complex. A lot of you're staying at home. What's the mood like like? How do you folks interact with each other at all in at your apartment? Well there's only four units in my building so we do keep a distance from each other We do sometimes leave notes on each other's doors or slip them under the door. We want to communicate We HAVE SET UP. Watts threads in other buildings. There are twelve twenty units and that were. They're all able to communicate with each other. So the that's the method of communication between your neighbors is very very important. So you said earlier tents especially in southern California they could vary wildly from a retiree on the West side to documented folks to even hipsters. Do you see this corona virus crisis uniting these disparate groups under the banner of not being able to pay rent. Yes absolutely this is again. This is a unique opportunity to really build a movement. That is just not citywide but it state-wide it was already happening before the groundwork has already been laid out and and and this is the moment to really just catcher all that that angst and all that worry and really put hard questions to people. The old system work. How easy is it for you to lose your home if there is no human right to housing? And it's a privilege for you to have your home than that privilege so. This is an important moment that I think is an inflection point for anyone who rents in the city of L. A. And it brings everybody together rich or poor black or brown. I mean this is how we have to see the landscape. Thank you so much for this interview. Absolutely ridiculous though. Thanks for listening to listen to the rest of grown virus in California stories from the front lines subscribed today on Apple podcast Badeah Fi. Or wherever you get your podcasts. See you there and stay safe..

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"california" Discussed on This is California: The Battle of 187

This is California: The Battle of 187

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"california" Discussed on This is California: The Battle of 187

"They keep coming to million illegals in California the federal government won't stop them at the border legal I'm stop assault and undocumented immigrants if it went into effect families wouldn't be able to one eighty seven to have bugs me for years like who came up with prop one eighty seven just simply enough. Are there enough people involved an angry about a situation. What was one eighty-seven really about race or saving tax dollars going to so called I'm a threat to you like I'm a law abiding citizen I'm going to go to school trying to better myself like because of who I was ultimately did prop one eighty seven win and is the same the people of California Bolt here well I think initially the food is better. The food really is better from the Los Angeles Times unfulfilled or studios.