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Voters Prevail in Missouri: 275,000 to Gain Access to Health Care

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00:51 sec | 2 d ago

Voters Prevail in Missouri: 275,000 to Gain Access to Health Care

"Supreme Court says the state must proceed with Medicaid expansion. Jason Rosenbaum with ST Louis Public Radio says that expansion was approved by state voters. Last year, Missouri voters approved Medicaid expansion in 2020, which meant that 275,000 people would have access to the health care program. Missouri's Republican legislature refused to fund it. Setting up a high stakes court fight. The Missouri Supreme Court has now ruled that the state must enroll people like Nina Kennel Leo, who works as a maintenance worker in Kansas City. They don't have 275,000 jobs that offer benefits or pay decent. That's what it comes down to. So so this is great. The decision means Missouri is eligible for more than a billion dollars from the Federal American Rescue plan. Which had a provision to provide funds for states that expand

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

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06:37 min | 9 months ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A high of 79 degrees and the temperature in San Francisco later today, 66 degrees. Good morning. This is the California report. I'm Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles. As Election Day looms and are divided times, there's an increased focused on the possibility of civil unrest and violence after votes have been cast. Speaking yesterday, Governor Gavin Newsom says that the state is taking precautions to make sure Californians remained safe. Although he wouldn't go into details in Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti says the city's received no intelligence about possible acts of violence or voter intimidation. But that quote we prepare for the worst. The says it will deploy more officers during election night of facility, peaceful protests and guard against violence. Meanwhile, the city of Beverly Hill says it will temporarily closed famed Rodeo drive in case there are protests and hire private security guards to supplement the city's police force. Let's go to San Diego, where Mexico's consul general in the city is speaking out about the way American police treat people with mental illness. This comes after two Mexican nationals were recently killed by law enforcement in San Diego. Here's KPBS reporter Max Rivlin Adler 39 year old Jose Alfredo Castro. Gutierrez, a legal permanent resident of the U. S. Was shot by San Diego police outside his home on October 19th. 30 year old David Villalobos was shot and killed by Border Patrol agents on October 23rd near the Santa CT report of entry. The families of both men say they were suffering from mental illness. Castor Gutierrez was holding a curtain rod and calling for help before a police officer shot him. Villa Lobos had just crossed the border when an agent who's trying to apprehend him shot and killed him. He's of particular concern to us that in both cases there seems to be mental health problems involved. Which makes particularly vulnerable victims in these times off encounters. That's Mexican Consul General Carlos Gonzalez. Gutierrez, who says he will be monitoring the investigations and will quote determined the diplomatic and legal measures to be undertaken in defense of our Mexican nationals. The San Diego Police Department homicide unit will be handling both cases. For the California report. I'm Max Alan Adler in San Diego, California has passed a Siri's of criminal justice reforms in recent years, but some believe the changes have gone too far. On the November ballot. Voters will decide on Proposition 20, which seeks to roll back some reforms and stiffened penalties. Key to this issue is the rhetoric used about crime over the years and how that rhetoric has changed. Committee's Kate Wolf has more In the 19 nineties, California led the nation in passing a spate of tough on crime laws. Here's the 1994 ad for Republican gubernatorial candidate Pete Wilson. Ugly word devastating crime the victim does life. Get the average rapist in California spend less than five years behind bars. One of the most harsh and recognizable laws of that era was 1990 four's three strikes law backed by Wilson with bipartisan support. It put people in state prisons for decades for a third offense, even if it was nonviolent, used to be even in California. That an effective campaign was to talk about law and order that you really, really for it as a Republican, or that you weren't against it Democratic. That's Dr Fernando Guerra, a political science professor at Loyola Marymount University. As the state packed its prisons and spending ballooned. However, public sentiment slowly began to change. And after a Supreme Court orderto lower the prison population voters passed to Siri's of reforms that softened some criminal penalties. Now, law enforcement groups have put prop 20 on the ballot to roll back some of those reforms. It would increase penalties on some theft and fraud crimes and exclude thousands of people from early parole. Yes. On 20 consultant Richard Temple says people who have committed violent crimes shouldn't be eligible for early release, but in this moment of racial reckoning and admit calls for more oversight of police and prisons, Temple is also quick to contend that the measure won't send people to prison. This initiative does not increase The present population. Not one new inmate will go to prison temples. Technically right Prop 20 would send more people to jail, not prison and keep some people in prison longer. Itfor, a ballot measure backed by prosecutors and police. It's a noticeable shift away from throw away the key to we support rehabilitation. Temple says. Under the current system, people with drug and mental health problems are falling through the cracks. Those people will get better treatment. How is this taking care of them by letting them over and over? Steel and not get treatment. Temple is referring to more tough love approach, get help or go to jail. But an analysis by the center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice found the prop 20 would undercut rehabilitation. By redirecting money from those programs backto locking people up. Opponents of prop 20 say despite the softer rhetoric from the other side, this is just the same playbook with a different script. Lenore Anderson helped write some of the reforms that prop 20 seeking to roll back. Now is the time to go further with reform, But what prop 20 does is seeks to send us back. Top 20 is an effort to return California to it's tough on crime mass incarceration past. Ultimately, it'll be up to the voters to decide whether California has become too lenient. But Professor Gara says if prop 20 passes It will send an important message. Clearly, there's been tremendous mo mentum from the criminal justice proponents. This would indicate that the momentum has gone too far. But if prop 20 fails It could be that the reforms are here to stay for the California report I'm cable support for the California report comes from the California Health Care Foundation. Acknowledging the vital work of local public health departments.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

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05:44 min | 10 months ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"By several violent protests in California cities between police and demonstrators like this confrontation in Los Angeles in June. Now, new state recommendations that intimate demonstrations more peaceful are out. THIE, California reports Mary Franklin Harvin has more The recommendations are part of the governor's efforts to address both strife towards and mistreatment by law enforcement. Tensions between police protesters and journalists have been especially high since demonstrations broke out after the killing of George Floyd in this spring. Being that right now that the protest Is not only involving the police where there is, in many cases, the lack of this trust it's about the police, but definitely heightened right. Ron Davis is one half of the governor's police advisor team. He's a former Bay Area police chief and served under President Obama in the Department of Justice's office of Community oriented Policing. He says it's time for law enforcement to modernize its approach to protests. Attack Police used now, he says, is the same one he learned at the police academy more than three decades ago, the baton and the clacking of Aton against the since Flint's the The show of force, you know, for many years was taught as a way of psychologically addressing the crowd so that they would not get out of control. But this aggressive approach agitates protesters instead of setting a tone of compliance, he says, and the new recommendations, which include an emphasis on First Amendment protections and restrictions on using projectiles and chemical agents, like tear gas. Are seeking to shift the tone. So it's not that you're softening the approach that you're doing inappropriate stands. In other words, your posture should be one that I'm here to once again, facilitate your First Amendment rights. Now nearby, maybe all the equipment necessary in case it doesn't get out of control. But you don't start up going to a demonstration with armored vehicle. It's what dear Davis says ensuring police safety is also a priority. The new guidelines address For the California report and Mary Franklin Harvin. As we frequently reported some of the largest cove in 19 clusters in the country are in California's jails and prisons and at the top of the list is Avenue all state prison in the San Joaquin Valley. As officials have struggled to contain the outbreak Cavey PR's carry. Klein has been speaking with inmates who say the president's handling of the virus has been chaotic, and that's not only taking a toll on the inmate safety but also their mental health. John Walker has been incarcerated at Ivan all for a year, he said. Koven 19 didn't seem scary at first, but that was before the virus infiltrated the prison in May. I was in a block on Alfa Yard that got the code. First. One person came in positive and spread around like wildfire. Walker eventually became one of the nearly 3000 inmates and 300 employees to contract the virus. Although his case was mild, seven men have Died. Avenue was incarcerated. Men say they don't feel safe with bunk bed social distancing is nearly impossible. And men must work as janitors and each other's living space is on top of that. Dorm assignments. Keep changing family visits and education programs have been halted indefinitely and as policies continually shift, Walker says he and his fellow inmates feel confused and anxious to settle. Mental health department built with cases of people with anxiety and the person over all this crap When Ed Welker caught the virus, he was moved to different dorms twice while suffering from severe fatigue and a lingering migraine. Prison has set aside different buildings for various stages of quarantine. But Welker says the inmates are given little notice before moving everything secret will come to you and they'll say, actually stop you moving. Why? Because Sacramento said that you're moving And why were they moving in question and the men say officials aren't sharing enough information about the prison's planned for managing the outbreak. Jacob Benitez is an elected member of an inmate advisory council. It's one of the prison populations few direct lines with administrators. But since March, she says, meetings have been sporadic. This is a big entity that we're facing can really scare some transparency. The anxiety these matter feeling could have very real consequences Here is you see, Marie said. Psychologist Jennifer Howl when people are worried, and they feel like they have no control, that is when you're seeing lots of negative psychological and physical health outcomes. Her research shows the pandemic has led to chronic stress and disrupted sleep, which can impair long term immune function and cognition. And that's in communities outside of prison. That kind of environment where you're not necessarily control over how much space you have from other people that you are being told what to do. I imagine that it is just exacerbating this effects. Incredibly, in an email, California prison officials stated that inmate health and well being are top priorities and that all inmates get mental health check ins during daily temperature check. And they say they keep inmates informed through prison television as well as posters and handouts. Many men tell me they'd feel better if only they could visit with their loved ones. Jacob Anita says Not seeing his wife since Marge is wearing on his marriage. Just last night, I was talking to my wife and she told me that I got my face, but that what I look like It does put a strain on your relationship. That's why he says his inmate council is fighting for video visits as one way to alleviate anxiety for the California report. I'm carry Klein in Fresno. Support for the California report comes from the California Health Care Foundation, acknowledging the vital work of local public health departments to keep Californians.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

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01:31 min | 11 months ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was down well over 1%. The NASDAQ is down more than 3.5%. You're listening to NPR news. Live from Cape CD News on Brian What The Heat Wave Forecast for this weekend means the state's power grid managers are preparing for increased demand. California's independent system operator issued an alert barring utilities from any planned maintenance outages to ensure there's enough power for customers. A great operator has not formally issued a flex alert but is asking consumers to conserve energy. PG and E's. Jennifer Robinson is echoing that call. We got a great lesson and the heat wave a couple of weeks ago about the power of conservation. Everybody really stood up and conserved and helped us get through that event with minimal impact or grid. Temperatures are likely to climb into the eighties on the coast, with more extreme heat expected inland. A new poll finds 20% of Californians know someone who has died of Cove in 19 eighties. Nina Sparling reports the pole from the California Health Care Foundation shows black and Latino Californians reported knowing someone who has died of covert 19 at nearly three times the rate of white Californians. Low income people were more likely to know someone who has died, too. Andrea Ponyo is a fellow at the UC Riverside School of Medicine, She says that isn't exactly surprising given. We know.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

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04:17 min | 11 months ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Jennifer Adri. Oh, the CEO of the American Red Cross is Northern California coastal region to talk a little bit about the displacement that these wildfires have caused. There are thousands tens of thousands of Bay Area residents who've been forced from their homes, and many of them are struggling to find shelter. Jennifer Adri Oh, welcome. Thank you. Good morning. Thanks for having me on. Sure. Now I'm hearing about people having to move a few times. Since all of this started What kinds of problems are evacuees facing? And what do they need right now? Yes. So you know, we've seen thousands evacuated from their homes, whether it's been mandatory or just suggested. And of course, the uncertainty of these fires is was affecting most people. So while they may leave and go, Tio what we called temporary evacuation point. Look, we've set up with all of our county and government partners. That's the place where people would go if they don't have a place to go. We are encouraging people to try to find a place with friends and family members who don't have cove it or don't have people that are high risk for cove. It You know, In a typical operation, the Red Cross would set up shelters or our county partners was set up shelters where we would have large groups of people in them. But of course, during code that everything is very different. So Evacuees are facing uncertainty of their own homes and as they're leading where they're going, and what will happen next with the wildfires and how long they'll be gone and what will be left when they return home. But also there's the fear of covert. That's in the air as well as all of the smoke, right? I want to ask a question about, you know, maybe comparing the effort that the Red Cross is putting forth Now, with the effort in the 2017 North Bay fires the 2018 campfire, But can you even compare those two given the sort of situation with the pandemic and how it mixes in? You really can't compare those and honestly, it's hard to compare any disasters. Every disaster is very different. Um and unpredictable and I've responded to many across the country and every time you arrived, but one that is very different. What is the same is the way the Red Cross operate? Howie trainer folks how we treat our volunteers. How you can count on us to be there. How we partner with our communities. Our counties are stay our federal partners. That remains the same. And as we face government this year, we knew that things would be different. We've been honestly preparing for this since January, February March, knowing that wildfire season was coming in our region. And in our area, and we've been training all of our volunteers. We've been changing All of our procedures and processes were putting people in hotel rooms at the first choice. If people don't have a place to stay with friends or family, we try to find hotel rooms again. Not just Red Cross. But working with our county and state partners. We have lots of people in hotel rooms. As well as in shelters. And how long do you expect this will go on that the Red Cross will be supporting evacuees from these wildfire complexes. I think there's Rejection that we will be in this disaster for quite a lot of time. So as people are evacuated, and then hopefully the fires will get under control here in Semi near future. The Red Cross will be your Del people on the road to recovery as well. So we do more than respond in the emergency situation where their help people on the road to recovery. Will that be financial assistance or helping people get back into their homes, providing material they may need, etcetera. Dinner for Adria's CEO of the American Red Cross is in Northern California coastal region. Thank you so much. Thank you. This is the news. Support for lady comes from the California Health Care Foundation, acknowledging.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"You listen to podcasts, Coco's next real time traffic update Just 10 minutes away. Now let's check him Attendees. Meteorologist Meghan Perry. Hey, Meghan. Hey. Good morning. The marine layer will clear quickly to sunshine Today High's new normal for one last day hotter and more humid the rest of the week. Coast in the low to mid seventies in the valleys in the mid eighties, too low nineties with San Diego's most accurate forecast. I'm ABC 10 news meteorologist Megan Perry. All right. Take a look at current conditions around the county in La Mesa in 63 degrees, Carlsbad, 60 for downtown, cloudy and 66 KOGO News time. 8 30 to the governor says the downward trend in covered 19 cases and hospitalizations continues despite the inaccurate case reports for two weeks that led to an undercount. He says the backlog of nearly 300,000 cases caused by problems with the computerized reporting system has been cleared. Newsom says that even with the added cases there's good news. You'll see. That reflected in the positivity rates in this state that we're conceding a decline not just in hospitalizations in icy use, but also in our positivity rates in the state. Sunday, the governor replaced Department of Public Health director Dr Sonya Angel with an executive with the nonprofit California Health Care Foundation. A startling number of kids are becoming infected with covert 19. The American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association say there's a 90% increase in kids with the Corona virus over the past four weeks. Medical experts and public health officials are concerned states opening in person learning at schools could lead to more Children getting infected, a center for infectious disease research and policy director says it's likely we'll see an explosion of cases next month and the numbers will continue to grow. Dan Noone. KOGO News, Kogo Dears. Time is 8 33 and it turns out that warm weather Doesn't appear to have any effect on the spread of Corona virus, Matt Mountains and reports. The World Health Organization said Monday that unlike the flu, the covert 19 virus has not shown any seasonal pattern, according to the.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Cherry Glaser with Casey Ar W News Governor Gavin Newsom says the state has fixed problems with the public health database that led to an undercount in covert 19 cases and left officials in California in the dark for more than a week about the spread of the disease. The technical glitch apparently caused the state's top public health official. Her job. Dr Sonya Angel, resigned Sunday night without explanation. During a news conference yesterday. Newsome declined elaborate on the reasons for her departure. We accept the resignation appreciated her work. We all have a role in responsibilities relates to what happens within our respective departments. None of this is easy. Newsome appointed Angel last October. He says the state has cleared the backlog of nearly 300,000 uncounted cases and is helping counties update their numbers. Sandra Sandra Suri of the California Health Care Foundation and the current state epidemiologist, Dr Erica Pan will take over Angels roll in the interim, You can hear more on this story coming up later in the program. California has sued the Trump administration more than 90 times since Donald Trump moved into the Oval Office on issues from immigration to climate change, and that's cost a pretty penny. California Attorney General Javier Becerra tells a Sacramento bee. The state has spent $43 million so far on the lawsuits. But he says the state's winning and that the lawsuits are worth the cost to taxpayers because they're saving the state billions of dollars in federal funding it might otherwise have lost. Points to court decisions like a ruling that stop the White House from including a citizenship question in the 2020 census. Some legal scholars those say, California's track record is more of a mixed bag. They point to rulings like the U. S. Supreme Court's decision on DACA, which one against the White House on procedural grounds, but left the window open for them to try again. Katie Hill may have left Congress, but she's not stepping away from the spotlight. A new book from the Santa Clarita Democrat is coming out today, and that's just one of her media ventures. All this comes amid a tough fight for the 25th congressional seat in Northern Lake County and eastern Ventura County that she left behind. KCR W's Darryl Saxman has more. The book is called. She will rise, and Hill describes it as part memoir of her short time in Congress and part manifesto to inspire the next generation of women to serve in public office. The up. Incoming freshman Democrat resigned less than a year in after a relationship with a campaign aide became public and naked photos of her were published by a conservative website. As she stepped away. He'll blame to broken political culture and a double standard for women in positions of power. But she's staying involved. Hill has 175,000 Twitter followers and formed a political action committee called her time that works to get women elected. And she still got her sense of humor. The New York Times reports that Hill is launching a podcast called Naked Politics in which he talks to political strategists and other party players. Republican Mike Garcia won a special election against Democrat Kristy Smith to serve out the remainder of hills term. Garcia and Smith will face off again for a full term in November. Support for NPR comes from capital One capital One's banking app lets people manage their money anytime, anywhere. Capital.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bay Area. Learn more at S f l g dot com On K Q. E D the time right now is 7 30 Live from Kait. Greedy news. I'm Danielle Benton, The head of California's Public Health department has resigned last night, Dr Sonya Angel announced she was stepping down. Angel is departing from her role as director and state public health officer. She did not give a specific reason for leaving, state officials say. Sandra Suri, who works at the California Health Care Foundation, will become acting health director. Dr Erica Pan, who was recently appointed state epidemiologist after being Alameda counties. Top health official will be the acting state public health officer. A new study from the city of San Jose finds that while immigrants largely make up the essential work force, they are being disproportionately hit by the economic effects of the pandemic Shannon Lin reports, according to the study, published Friday. Immigrants, including those who are undocumented, make up a large percent of the agricultural food service and health care sectors and CNN say, however, many are also employed at businesses like hotels and salons that have suffered amid shelter in place orders. So Mama See, l is the director of the city's Office of Immigrant Affairs. She says she's particularly worried about undocumented immigrants who don't get federal aid. It's a community not only of going to Matt with ease public benefit like these checks, but they are so are least likely to have adequate insurance most likely to be renters. Maciel says the city has been providing income relief checks to undocumented immigrants through private donations. I'm Shannon Lin News. A knife. State prison staff member has died from Cove in 19 complications this time, and for the first time a correctional officer at San Quentin, 55 year old Gilbert Bobby Polanco, worked on death row and had been fighting covered 19 for over a month. He died early yesterday morning. Acting San Quentin Warden Rob Ron broom, Feld said Polanco's memory will be carried by the staff who continue to fight the Koven 19 infection at San Quentin. Over 250 staff members at San Quentin tested positive for the virus off those about 90 have returned to work. The East Base. First bus line with dedicated lanes has opened weeds for Cal Maria Dylan has more A C transit has given its new bus rapid transit line, a special name. Tempo, but it actually just replaces the busy line One, which runs from the San Leandro Bart Station through east Oakland to 20th and Broadway and Uptown Tempo has brand new buses that can interact with traffic lights to speed their way and 46 stations, mostly in the middle of international Boulevard. Transit planners say the dedicated lane will mean less bunching of buses, with writers waiting no more than 10 minutes during peak commuting ours. The project took 20 years cost $232 million faced stiff opposition from business owners on international. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan News. More at TBD dot orch IM Danielle Benton Support today comes from fieldwork brewing, featuring same day delivery of craft beer, seven Bay Area locations, online orders it fieldwork brewing dot com. On morning edition Coming up Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai was arrested under the new National security Law Lie is the most significant figure to be targeted since the long was imposed by China more than a month ago. Stay tuned. The idea that having Children is the mark of a normal successful life has lingered in American society. Despite pushback and many people today, especially women still face scrutiny over the decision not to have kids.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The goal and deliver more pocket a heavy traffic before you get to the G plan, turn And it's slow in the 37 right across the Mayor Alan Bridge through the lane merge, But those are the only slow spots so far. Joe McConnell for 22 years ago, Ed Ball set out to find the descendents of the slaves owned by his ancestors. We were there when black and white descendants met will catch up with it Ball next time here and now join us for here And now, after forum today on weedy public radio, coming up from 11 to 1 Sacramento Valley, mostly sunny skies, temperature's warmed up a bit. 93 2101 today, Sacramento's high about 97. The Bay Area so morning cloudiness, then clearing Good morning. The time now is 5 30 Live from Kait. Greedy news. I'm Danielle Benton, The head of California's Public Health department, has resigned last night, Dr Sonya Angel announced she was stepping down. Angel is departing from her role as director and state public health officer. She did not give a specific reason for leaving, state officials say Sanders Suri, who now works at the California Health Care Foundation, will become acting health director Dr Erica Pan, who was recently appointed state epidemiologist. After being Alameda counties. Top health official will be acting state public health officer. Change comes after state officials revealed that a computer glitch had caused a backlog of up to 300,000 Corona virus test records. A new study from the city of San Jose finds that while immigrants largely makeup, the essential work force, they're being disproportionately hit by the economic effects of the pandemic kick you ladies, Shannon Lin reports. According to the study published Friday. Immigrants, including those who are undocumented, make up a large percent of the agricultural food service and health care sectors in San Jose. However, many are also employed at businesses like hotels and salons that have suffered amid shelter in place orders. Soma Maciel is the director of the city's Office of Immigrant Affairs. She says she's particularly worried about undocumented immigrants who don't get federal aid. It's this community that not only is going to matter, Steve public benefit like these checks, but they are so are least likely to have adequate insurance most likely to be renters. Maciel says. The city has been providing income relief checks to undocumented immigrants through private donations. I'm Shannon Lin kick. Edie news operators of a casino in Tracy say their card room is the first in the state to reopen after the Corona virus shut down with card table set up outdoors. They say this is a test of whether outdoor gambling can attract card sharks during the pandemic. Julie Chang Reports Stars Casino A card room had been closed.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Afternoons news 93.1 Kfbk now Sacramento weather All right. We got another warm day on tap should reach highs in the mid nineties today. What a nice cool morning right now, right now in the Tahoe 56 degrees in San Francisco, a 57 degrees Currently 70 degrees here in Sacramento. At News 93.1 Cave became a story breaking this morning. California's public health director, has abruptly resigned, effective immediately with no explanation. KP CASE Royal Balan has details. Angel announced her immediate resignation in an email to her staff late last night. She's yet to give a reason. Last week, officials discovered a glitch in the States Coven 19 data system that led to delayed information and under reporting of new cases throughout the state. Sandra Suri, vice president of the California Health Care Foundation, is being appointed to acting California Department of Public Health director University of California will require all students, faculty and staff to get the flu shot by November 1st President Janet Napolitano is issued the executive order, she says it should help lessen the burden of hospital systems already overwhelmed with Koven, 19 patients, the CDC says the vaccination has prevented millions of illnesses and thousands of hospital visits each year. Faculty and staff may be able to request an exemption. Discovery Park in Sacramento will be closed today. A large gathering had been planned at the park for family and Friends of Stefan Clark Gable case, Nick a mega, his reports CBS 13 reports. The event was going to be the second and will I am sack celebration with family and friends honoring the life of Clark, who was shot and killed by Sacramento police in 2018. Clark's brother Steven, told CBS 13 that the event has been moved. To Caesar Chavez Park Magog Hiss News, 93.1 CALF Sacramento City Councilman Allan Warren is offering a new police reform package, which includes police handing out business cards..

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It. It's community resource is what does solve it is putting actual foes and care into communities that have been devastated. The U. S attorney in Detroit, Matthew Schneider, was adamant the flood of agents was on Ly to stop the rise in violence and not to interfere with the city's largely peaceful protests. For NPR News. I'm Russ McNamara in Detroit. The Federal Reserve says the U. S economy hit some speed bumps as the number of new Corona virus infections continues to climb. NPR Scott Horsefly reports of central Bank is keeping interest rates near zero for the foreseeable future. Dead German your own palaces there signs that consumer spending has dropped again, and the nascent recovery in the job market has slowed as the nation wrestles with a surge in Corona virus infections. I'll also warned that for millions of Americans, it's likely be a long slog back to full employment. Those people are going to need support. I can't say what the exact level should be is not our role, but they're going to need support if they're to be able to pay their bills, supplemental unemployment benefits of $600 a week officially expire this week. Congress is deeply divided over the extent to which such payments can and should continue. Scott Horsefly NPR NEWS Washington Airplane builder. Boeing's hasn't lost $2.4 billion in the second quarter. That's amid slowed production due to reduced airplane orders as a result of the Corona virus pandemic. Stocks gained ground today. The Dow is up 160 points. You're listening to NPR. Live from the news. I'm Rachel Myrow. State health officials added San Matteo County today to the watch list of areas with a concerning spread of Cove in 19 Kevin Stark, with security science has more. San Mateo had managed to stay off the watch list, even though it's growing number of cases was above the state Benchmark for nearly three weeks. California health officials out of the county to the monitoring list after a spike in Corona virus cases tied to frontline workers and people socializing without masks. Now the county is advising malls, gyms, salons and other indoor businesses that they will need to operate outside with curbside pickup if they can, or closed temporarily beginning Saturday morning. The state is asking the county to expand testing in contact, tracing and to find more places. For those with covert 19 to isolate the state list now includes all nine Bay Area counties. I'm Kevin Start the news. State Attorney General Javier Becerra filed a brief today responding to the Trump administration's lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act. At a press conference with Sara. Dr. Sandra Hernandez with the California Health Care Foundation, said that during a pandemic, it's especially important to keep the intact. California's absolutely in a stronger position to invite Cove in 19 because of the Far more Californians are insured and those now losing their jobs and health coverage can turn to covered California or medical The Supreme Court is reviewing the legality of the after a federal appeals court last year found the individual mandate unconstitutional in Menlo Park. I'm Rachel Myrow. Support for NPR comes from HBO, presenting the new drama series. Perry Mason Starring Matthew Reese. The series premiere Sunday at 9 p.m. On HBO and Streams on HBO. Max. And from the listeners of The San Francisco.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Them may not become citizens in time to vote this November. Ladies Farida Zavala Romero reports. Magdalena Vera has dreamed of becoming a U. S citizen for a long time. I don't feel fully integrated into U. S politics and culture. You know, I don't have the power to vote. She was seven when her mom brought her from Mexico to live in the Bay Area. They were both undocumented. But her mom married a green card holder and already a step that sponsor them to become lawful permanent residents. And I just couldn't wait to become a citizen finally, last summer, already applied to natural eyes as a legal assistant at an immigration law office. She says she's seen more clients rejected for asylum and other benefits under President Trump, So that's why I really wanted to become a citizen this year and vote against him. Vera is one of more than 700,000 people who had pending applications back in March at the beginning of the pandemic. That's when US citizenship and immigration services closed offices to the public for nearly three months and canceled naturalization interviews earlier this year. It took the agency about eight months to the side petitions. Now it can take up to 20 months at the U. S. A as office in San Francisco, having been scheduled for dinner yet I don't think that it might have been this year. I felt pretty angry disempowered as many as half a 1,000,000 immigrants nationwide could be shut out of voting in November because of the delays at U. C S Says Louis DeSipio, a professor of political science at UC Irvine. That could impact the presidential election in battleground states like Florida, he says, and close congressional races in places like California's Central Valley, where you have smaller electorates and adding a few 1000 people one way or another to AA group of potential voters could really make a difference. Naturalization Delays could get even worse if UCS furloughs more than 2/3 of its staff. As officials say they will do at the end of August unless Congress provides a $1.2 billion bailout. DeSipio says furloughs could mean immigrants will wait more than three years to be American citizens. And some have played by the rules may never make it mean that criminal really it's violating the compact that we have with immigrants in U S society. You see, a spokeswoman says since re opening in June. A focused on rescheduling oath ceremonies for more than 100,000 immigrants already approved, But Magdalena Vera is not there yet and says she won't feel secure until she becomes an American. Especially under this administration. In past elections, Olvera volunteered a polling places that I can't vote. I guess I could participate in other ways by helping other people vote, she says. That's her Plan B this November for the California report TOMATO and In somewhat related news this morning, immigrant rights advocates have chained themselves to the door of Governor Gavin Newsom's home in Farook's Among their demands. The advocates want to stop the expansion of immigration detention centers in the state. Support for the California report comes from the California Health Care Foundation, acknowledging the vital work of local public health departments to keep Californian safe during the pandemic..

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Are Republicans. O'Connell also identified employer Liability protections is a key goal for the bill to prevent businesses from facing lawsuits over there. Virus mitigation efforts. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington Oxford University reported promising results from the first phase of trials of its experimental covert 19 vaccine, saying it prompted a protective immune response. In hundreds of people. Larger scale trials are underway, California announced will be no high school sports competition this fall. The earliest seasons could start would be December or January. On the House floor Speaker Nancy Pelosi honoring the late Congressman John Lewis, all those present in the chamber as well as members and staff throughout the capital. And all who loved John Lewis, wherever you are. Rise in a moment of silence in remembrance of the contents of the Congress, the animal, John Lewis, A civil rights icon who served more than 30 years in Congress, died Friday. At 80 suspect authorities say dress is a FedEx delivery men and opened fire at the New Jersey home of a federal judge was found dead, law enforcement sources told ABC News. The suspect was dead of an apparently self inflicted gunshot wound. He was an attorney who had a case before Judge Solace. In 2015. A FedEx package addressed to the judge was found inside the car. The judge's husband is now stable. The attack killed the couple's 20 year old son. That's ABC is Erica. Girsky, You're listening to ABC News on Diehard Radio Station News, 93.1 Kfbk. I'm John Byrne, Isaiah, 10 02 with your top local stories. Lester County's health officer, is asking employers to stop requiring negative Coben. 19 tests for workers coming back from Corona virus recovery. Dr Amy System says those requirements are unnecessary and a waste of limited resource is She says the tests should be reserved to diagnose new cases and adds that as long as an employee who had has had the virus is healthy and has quarantined for the appropriate amount of time, it's safe for them to return to work. Pol highlights covert cases among workers on the front line in California, Lisa Taylor reports more than three out of four front line employees in California skilled nursing homes say they know we're suspect that co workers have been infected with covert 19. So, says a survey by the California Health Care Foundation, which also found the numbers or even higher at facilities in Los Angeles County, and those were a majority of residents or black or Latino. 89% of those who work in L. A county skilled nursing facilities say they know or suspect. Existence of Corona virus cases among fellow workers. Lisa Taylor, NBC News Radio and UC Davis is continuing to plan for both in person and remote classes for the fall semester University announced its hoping to increase in person teaching and research from its current status. However, the majority of classes will be taught remotely. Traffic.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"There was any knowing intent to deceive or mislead the federal government. And we're in lock pitched battle the moment Roger Stone you were saying I was saying that there is no underlying crime here. But again, we have an MSNBC that I would be charged with espionage, treason, conspiracy against United States, money laundering, mail fraud, wire fraud. Aiding and betting a conspiracy cyber crimes, including unauthorized access to a detective, computer cyber crimes, including receipts, distribution of stolen material, Yet I'm not indicted with any of those, although you will read in the media that that indictment was coming for almost two years. So where are the serious crimes here? And while we're at it, there will be a full investigation into bay in October of 17 which by the way, is three months after Robert Mueller already knew there was no rush inclusion. When asked about this before the Senate Judiciary Committee ride. Rosenstein said that he did not approve the investigation into Roger Stone, which we know from the document that he did on October 26 40 17. So in other words, Rosen seeing Guess what lied to Congress about a material matter. What's he being charged? I don't know. Just standard. That's my argument. You know, I do believe that certain people are treated differently in the federal justice system. I do absolutely believe that. But I also believe that your friendship and relationship in history with Donald Trump weighed more heavily than him. Just wanted to make sure that justice was done by AH person in the justice system that you were treated so unfairly. There are thousands of people treated unfairly. Daily. How your number just happen to come up in the lottery. I'm guessing it was more than just look. Roger, right? What was she like arguing with me? I'm sorry, was that Roger. Roger. I'm sorry. What did you say? I'm sorry. You you argue with him. I thought we were having just a very spirited conversation. What happened? Would you not like to continue the conversation, sir? I hear that the line is not dead. You're back. I don't know what that is. Well, Yeah, I was, uh, I was talking and you said something about Negro, so I wasn't exactly sure. Our did not Okay. You know your mind your mind? I okay. Well, we'll let the listeners decide. Let me go to the next question. Then why? Whatever the next question Rusher. We're born again. You're born again. I'm right here. I'm not going anywhere. But you keep you keep going in and out. I don't. It's a cell phone issue. I don't think so. You're you're not dropping out at all. I'm hearing your voice. Just fine. All right. I miss I lose you. There's a lot going on here. Okay, Well, let me just pick this up before the phone drops or, for whatever reason, we know that you were going to be on some level assisting president in his reelection bid. Are you about the business of being formally attached to the to the campaign, or you just going to be on the periphery? I don't expect any formal offered an order. I expect to join the campaign. Ah, I will. You know, as your private citizen, I will be active on the president's behalf. Writing speaking Advocating, but I don't expect the offer job nor am I looking for a job. He's not that kind of job. I have to go out and make a living this kind of horrific experience. Makes you You know, I've lost everything. They have lost my home lost my savings of us my insurance. I lost my mind. I had lost my ability to make any living for almost two years because I was under a gag order. Why argue was unconstitutional. So you know, I've got to go backto work to provide for my family. This point I'm struggling to pay rent. Groceries. Utilities gasoline, You know, medical expenses, part of prescription drugs. My wife is 73. She's a death. She has rheumatoid arthritis. So yeah, I got to get back to work. But I don't expect to be offered up position on the on the Trump campaign. All right, let's take a quick break. Let everything simmer down, and then we'll come back and talk about this campaign and where the president is going on where you might be able to help out. This is the Mo Kelly showed on the line is the Roger Stone. We're going to keep moving forward and pressing forward to keep it right here. Kay. If I am 6 40 were life everywhere on the I heart radio app now to the newsroom. Ford update alive by 24 hour news from police in Santa Ana and Los Angeles are looking for to hit and run drivers that have killed two people, Police said. The driver of a white Jeep Cherokee hit and killed a pedestrian who was standing on the center median last night at Harbor Boulevard, McFadden Avenue. L A P D says the two motor is hit A man in south L. A Thursday night both took off a 49 year old was killed while walking on Vernon Avenue near Wall Street. Police say that it was first hit by a light colored SUV and then by a light colored Dodge Charger. Police are asking me to call if you happen to know anything about either hit run case was brought to you, by Mike Diamond Smell good Plumber new survey by the California Health Care Foundation says of more than 3/4 make that three out of four front line employees in California skilled nursing homes. Say that they know or suspect co workers have been infected with cover 19. So they also found that the numbers are even higher facilities in L, a county and in those where a majority of residents are black or Latino. 89% of those who work in L. A county skilled nursing facilities say they know of or suspect the existence of Corona virus cases among fellow workers and anti mask protest is playing for tomorrow near the Indiana statehouse in the Indianapolis protest organizer Robert Hall with the Indiana Conservative Alliance says mass are not needed anymore. We feel that The crisis has ended. And it's time to return the state back to normal operation and to not ask for people to wear masks. The master ineffective. Indiana health officials reported 747 new Corona virus cases and eight new death Yesterday. The oldest son of Martin Luther King Jr is remembering Congressman John Lewis. The special relationship Lewis shared with his father, John Lewis, personified non violence every day of his life, everything.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Suffered. Don't suffer his way and the problem's media than the hair on the body. Because he was sucking on the bridge from the mouth. But Clark, we love it now. This other than blade possibilities. And so remember him fighting never given up. I'm in caves. Get it right. Talk Radio, 7 90 ABC News, 302 I'm Steve Coming. A church in Pasadena is seeking a temporary restraining order halting Governor Newsome's threat to ban singing and chanting in places of worship to guard against the spread of the Corona virus. Singing indoors and close quarters, exhaling and inhaling in unison is a very dangerous activity under current circumstances. Harvest Rock church, which also has a church in Irvine, says the threatened ban violates the first Amendment right to religious freedom. Church officials also say a band would be unfair because the state allowed widespread protests over George Floyd's death, which also included some chanting, but that took place outdoors. A poll is highlighting covert cases among workers on the front line here in California, Lisa Taylor reports More than three out of four front line employees in California skilled nursing homes say they know we're suspect that co workers have been infected with covert 19. So, says a survey by the California Health Care Foundation, which also found the numbers or even higher at facilities in Los Angeles County, and those were a majority of residents or black or Latino. 89% of those who work in L. A county skilled nursing facilities say they know or suspect the existence of Corona virus cases. Among fellow workers Que ABC So Cal, whether mostly clear the CD with areas of low clouds and fog overnight lows in the lower to mid sixties. Torrance is 72 degrees. Lancaster has 100 downtown. As 76. I'm Steve coming. The dialogue started here in the sixties, and the dialogue continues here now where l A comes to talk. 7 90 k A. B. C..

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"A poll was conducted in both English and Spanish by the California Health Care Foundation and Ibsen. The Ryder Cup has been postponed until next year because of the pandemic in golf tournament, which is between teams from the U. S in Europe, had been scheduled to take place in Wisconsin at the end of September. The latest on businesses opening closed across Southern California. You can check out our website at K F i am 6 40 dot com Keyword open US Supreme Court has sided with the Trump administration. In a case about birth control, the feds had proposed expanding the list of employers it can often out of Obama care's requirement to provide free birth control the workers, the government estimated the change could affect up to 126,000 women. Get birth control through employee health plans. Joe Biden has pledged to cancel the U. S withdrawal from the World Health Organization. If he's elected president. The Trump Administration gave formal notice yesterday of leaving the U. N health agency. It takes a year to go into effect. President Trump says the W H O mishandled covert 19 and went too easy on China. Where the virus originated. Key witness in President Trump's impeachment case has announced his retirement from the Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander of Inman, sir for 21 years, including time is a top White House adviser for Trump. His attorney said it had been made clear Vin Mons future will forever be limited due to his testimony in the impeachment inquiry, which the attorney said left then been open to a campaign of bullying, intimidation and retaliation. President Trump fired Minmin after he testified about flagging trumps phone call with the president of Ukraine. Inman's twin brother also lost his job in the president's National Security Council, the oldest menswear retailer in America, has filed for bankruptcy. Brooks Brothers is looking for a new owner, about 1/10 of Brooks Brothers stores worldwide are set too close. Now the company is 202 years old says it has dressed 40 U. S presidents. I scream, You scream. We may all scream for this ice cream. What do you think of ice cream flavored like mayonnaise, Barbecue sauce, salad cream and don't forget ketchup. Well, Hinds hopes you like those condiment flavor ideas. In fact, Tien says, released cream kits so you can turn the company's most popular condiments in Die scream. As of now, the cream kids, which are 17 bucks come with a reusable tub, a golden spoon and a golden ice cream scoop, but they're only available in the U K. But don't worry. Science has put the recipes for its unique ice creams on its website, so you can eat your frozen mayonnaise from anywhere in the world. Jennifer Jones Lee Ko Phi News Gotta crash.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Basic sense of decency and humanity the governor pointing up police have been targeted to be sees Alex Perez meantime protests continue nationwide over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis in Los Angeles the demonstrations also included a vigil with protesters yelling for LAPD chief Michael Moore to resign that she's holding a candle in honor of George floor racism prejudice is learned sign heritage sign your genes it's upon all of us to stop it the chief was flanked by faith leaders there is no curfew this weekend here in LA on street corners National Guard members Ron patrolling police stand with their helmets and shields down Alex stone ABC news Los Angeles besides George Floyd protesters are calling for justice over another name in the black lives matter movement Brianna Taylor shot eight times and killed by police in our home home last March by local police executed a nose knocks search warrant so far the officers involved have not been charged Taylor's mother to make a Palmer spoke to ABC news I was just gonna life she loved life she she light up a room Taylor would have turned twenty seven years old Friday in Denver a controversial ruling a federal judge ordering police to scale back but not banned the use of chemicals and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK a new report from the California health care foundation says that California hospitals are losing at least three point two billion dollars a month in the first wave of crown a virus the report highlights dramatic cuts made by hospitals in order to secure related equipment and the cutting of nonessential.

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"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"california health care foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A handful of appropriations bills and a slew of nominations that could include christopher ray to be the new fbi director the house meanwhile has already left for its august recess and members of both chambers are are looking ahead to their next major legislative push tax overhaul jeff bennett npr news washington president trump tweets he's not gonna stop tweeting there's been a lot of speculation about changes trump's new chief of staff may look to implement to bring order to white house widely described as being in disarray that lose potentially controlling what trump tweets but retired marine general john kelly swiftly made his mark in his new role any way within hours of his appointment the white house communications director anthony scaramucci was shown the door after only ten days on the job two opposition leaders in venezuela are now in prison their families say the men were taken from there homes were they were under house arrest their accused of violating the terms of their confinement npr's philip breeze reports on this latest development in the political unrest that has embroiled venice a especially since sunday's election the acl lopez is among venezuela's most prominent opposition leaders his wife has posted a video on social media showing him being take it away at night by state security agents the family of a second top opposition figure of goma caracas manto noonen desmond says the same to happen to him this comes amid intense international condemnation of venezuela's election to create a constituent assembly the us says the election's illegitimate and is sanctioning president nicolas redondo whom it goes a dictator brawl ms thumb drive home widows appeared on tv saying he proud of his options and inviting president trump to bring on mold but reeves npr news jurors in brooklyn courthouse are deliberating a second day in the federal securities fraud trial of martin late the former pharmaceutical ceos accused of looting his own dry company to pay back disgruntled investors from a pair of failed hedge funds he ran us stocks are trading higher the dow jones industrial average up ninety three points at twenty one thousand nine hundred eighty four the nasdaq has risen ten point santho 63 58 essence he is up five at 24 seventy five this is npr news from kqed news i'm brian watt the oakland ethics commission is calling.

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