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"california house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

"california house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Sound on with Joe Matthew. It was their first in person face to face meeting since COVID. Presidents Biden and Xi in Bali. On the sidelines of the G 20 meeting they shake hands and play nice, but what was accomplished? We'll ask Kurt Tong the former U.S. ambassador for Asia Pacific economic corporation. After we look at the markets right now, let's get an update on Wall Street from Charlie I think you very much show Matthew turned out to be a down day selling into the close, the Dow the S&P and nez stack all declining in a choppy session have this after two Federal Reserve officials highlighted the Central Bank's resolve to be persistent until it brings inflation down meaningfully. S&P 500 down 35 points today a drop of 9 tenths of 1% the Dow was down 211 to drop there of 6 tenths of 1% and as stacked down 127 to decline there of 1.1%. Ten year yield 3.87% with the two year yielding 4.40% spot golds, 1771 the ounce, West Texas enemy accrued down three and a half percent, 85, 87 a barrel. Fed vice chair lael brainard, a briefly lifted sediment after she said during a Bloomberg event in Washington that it would be appropriate soon for the Central Bank to slow its pace of impress rate increases. The California house where Steve Jobs cofounded apple is a historical site and now the sandals that he wore while pacing its floors have been sold at auction for nearly $220,000. I'm Charlie Politico Matthew is a Bloomberg business flash. Charlie,

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"california house" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

07:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"california house" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"So now let's talk about the house. Oh, yeah. Let me give you my overall thoughts right now, and this is an OA take that I might be stealing off of your notes, and it is this. If either of these two things had happened, if we had no overt political gerrymandering, or if the Democrats had gerrymandered in California and New York, the way Republicans gerrymander in North Carolina and Wisconsin, this race would already be over. Oh, cats would have picked up seats. They would be way ahead in the house. So I think what you're saying is if we had anything resembling democracy in the deliberative body that's supposed to be responsive to the will of the people, the house. You're saying, if we had anything like democracy, we already won. Correct. And that's just indisputable, right? And as we go through and look, Republicans outside of Florida made their biggest gains in flipping four New York House seats and counting. I was wondering when we're going to talk about that because New York is so depressing. It is a disaster on so many levels, but I didn't want to go right in the bad news. I wasn't sure if your format is like the good news first. Their path to a house victory to 218 plus seats for Republicans goes through California goes through 6 California House seats that have been uncalled. I'm going to break those down, but the reason that we lost those seats in New York is because the Democrats, we talked about this on the show, the Democrats submitted a very partisan map that actually would have won us netted us a couple more seats, right? It was designed in the same way that Republican gerrymandering is designed. But and again, I can't fault the New York Court of Appeals to the New York Supreme Court. Because I get the right answer, but the court that what happened was New York State Supreme Court struck down the map and drew its own map and where you can fight the New York Democratic Party is in every other situation. This is an Andrew Jackson, right? Well, the court's drawn its map. Let's see it in force it. In every situation in which this has happened to Republicans, what they've done is said, okay, well that court map is nice, but we've reached on the map to answer what you said in your opinion. Oh, would you like to appeal that sure? Great. Maybe for next election. That's right. And you wind up using the gerrymandered map, even though the court is sort of impotently flailed around and said, hardball. And we needed to play that level of hardball in New York and we did not. Yeah, I'm seeing a lot of people including AOC, by the way, has been kind of retweeting and commenting a little bit that this is just an absolute failure and possibly corruption for the New York Democratic Party. And I'm certainly open to that. At least a strategy blunder, it really hurts Andrew to see such a good night and then to have the place that might that might, again, we still might be okay, but the place that might just completely scuttle what should have been house control in this amazing victory for Democrats. The place that screws all that up be New York. Be the strongest democratic stitch. It really hurts. But this should solve those wounds a little more. Okay. So let's start off with the race everybody has been waiting, you know, we're 25 minutes into the show, Lauren boebert in Colorado, third district. So here's the bottom line, we will not know the answer to this seat for a month. Wow. Here's why. Boebert has trailed all night, trailed until Thursday morning until we recorded the show where she is now picked up a narrow 386 vote lead over Democrat Adam frisch and that's 12 one hundredths of 1%. There is one block of votes left to count in Garfield county, which has been a fresh plus 14 area so far, so that's probably 2000 votes that seems more than plausible that you could be 1200 to 800. That would put fresh over the top. Except that in Colorado, you trigger the mandatory recount. If you're under what looks like in this rate, it's going to be about 1600 vote margin. And I don't see either candidate getting to a lead of 1600 votes or more. That is less than half a percent. The state pays for the recount that recount must be conducted under this is Colorado revised statutes, title one article 10.5 must be ordered by the Secretary of State within 30 days and must be completed within 35 days, 35 days out from the election. We will have that final recount in the bobert fresh race. And look, these are the kinds of margins in which recounts do matter. Yeah, yeah, with that few votes, right? But not only that, there are ways that people can still, if you're in that district, you may have gotten a notification about a spoiled ballot, there's all these ways that you can still make sure your vote is counted. I saw frisch tweeting about that. He said that make sure you get that done immediately. All the instructions will be on the notice you got that your ballot was spoiled. Like if you tried to vote for fish and something went wrong. So there's still ways to get ballots counted. And in that race, every single vote literally every single vote matters. I shared that out. I shared out a Colorado sun article on the same thing, and I want to say it on the show. If you live in Colorado, a particularly if you're in Colorado's third district and you tried to vote for frisch, the rejection is almost certainly because of a signature mismatch because of the stupid voter ID laws that they've put into place. You have 8 days to cure that mismatch. And you can start off by texting Colorado to the Secretary of State that is two 8 6 8 three and follow the instructions on your rejection letter. You may be able to cure this on your phone. So text, Colorado, to two 8 6 8 three. Every single vote for fresh their counts. I would also add if you're not tapped out. I know you probably are. I threw 25 bucks at Adam frisch this morning because they are taking incoming donations on their act blue page, and that's what they're using to fund the drives of trying to track down voters who have ballots that they can cure that will be counted. That is a valid thing to do. So yeah, that's an extremely good use of money Andrew. I'm going to go make a sizable donation literally right after we're done recording this. God bless you, Thomas. This is a, if I asked you how much would you be willing to pay to see Lauren boebert no longer a member of the House of Representatives? I got the mortgage guys on the phone, Andrew. They're saying if I do something called a reverse mortgage, I may be able to. This was not on anyone's radar. And this, by the way, is the example of what happens when you have an unexpectedly good night, right? You wind up with one of these seats where you've got a dimwit that thought they were cruising to reelection in a gerrymandered district.

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"california house" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:38 min | 4 months ago

"california house" Discussed on WTOP

"Offscreen and at the time groundbreaking relationship with Ellen DeGeneres. Last week, heche was behind the wheel of this horrific crash, her car barreling into a Southern California house, bursting into flames. It took nearly 60 firefighters more than an hour to pull her out. She suffered a catastrophic brain injury. A family spokesperson says she was an organ donor, kept on life support while efforts were made to find recipients. That CBS Carter Evans, it's one 48. Here's rob stallworth in the WTO traffic center. We will start with the good news. Northbound, southbound lanes, open across the hairy nice Mac Middleton bridge. It was a crash involving a pickup truck versus a motorcycle, southbound taking the brunt of their lage, which remained solid for at least 5 miles northbound really cares. You're going north down. Don't worry about it. Northbound three O one crossed the Harry nice Mac Middleton bridge. I 95 South Bend in Virginia off and on the brakes in separate stretches between lorton and Fredericksburg with the travel lanes open northbound I 95 delays as you make your way past garrisonville headed toward the fairfax county Parkway in separate stretches which are traveling available to you in a little bit in Virginia delays approaching and passing the Dallas toll road up to and across the American legion bridge. The inner loop ramp to the Clara Barton Parkway should hopefully be reopened within the next 5 minutes or so, traveling the outer loop delays leaving of course old Georgetown road coming off the southbound two 70 spur toward river road, north down one two 70 delays approaching 80 in urbana headed toward I 70, southbound 15, near south Jefferson street, we had the left lane block for the crash scene there, eastbound route 50 delays leaving the 7 river bridge crawling toward the Chesapeake Bay bridge, westbound delays, broaching canaries across the westbound span we do have three lanes west and two lanes open in the east bound direction traveling on the BW Parkway near the beltway, that's where we have the report of a crash. The outer loop ran to the northbound BW Parkway that crash would be cleared from the roadway with traveling to open still volume on the outer loop and inner loop in prince George's county between route one Collins park and route four Pennsylvania avenue with nothing reported as blocking there so use caution. The jaw dropping musical Hamilton playing at the Kennedy Center opera house come join this captivating performance on August 2nd through, of course, the October 9th was information at Kennedy Center dot org. I'm rob stallworth WTO traffic. And now to storm team four meteorologist Lauren ricketts. What a gorgeous day it is, a nice little breeze out of the north that suppressing the humidity

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"california house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"california house" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"california house" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:53 min | 6 months ago

"california house" Discussed on WTOP

"Sports The top stories we're following for you on WTO the Justice Department announces plans to review the law enforcement response to the shooting and Yuval di Texas And it intends to make the findings public President and First Lady Jill Biden spent much of the day consoling a city stricken by grief and anger They are on their way back to Delaware now after meeting with the families and Yuval Texas where a gunman killed 19 students and two teachers Russian and Ukrainian troops traded blows in fierce close quarter combat in an eastern Ukrainian city as Moscow tries to gain a strategic foothold to conquer the region Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes It's one 17 a man It was stabbed to death early Sunday morning Inside of a home on fourth street southeast near Atlantic street 42 year old Kenneth sills was taken to the hospital where he died The responding officers arrested 40 year old Tyrone Graham of southeast and charged him with second degree murder Speaker Nancy Pelosi's 82 year old husband could face charges including driving under the influence after being pulled over in Northern California House speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband Paul Pelosi is free on bail after being arrested for driving under the influence He was stopped just before midnight in Napa county California and was released hours later on $5000 bail Speaker Pelosi released a statement saying she won't comment on this private matter that occurred she says in her statement while she was on the east coast CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett Traffic.

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Joe Rogan, and the Media Double Standard

The Larry Elder Show

01:29 min | 10 months ago

Joe Rogan, and the Media Double Standard

"That joy Reid said in her blog 2008 referring to Charlie Crist whom she suggested was gay. Quote, I can see poor Charlie on the honeymoon. Ogling the male waiters and thinking to himself God, do I really have to see her naked? Who says that? She even walked Ann coulter using transgender stereotypes. Not a problem. In a 2005 blog post, titled postmark America read wrote a post about Tony Blair's son, visiting bathhouses in the U.S., while in turning for David dreyer, the former California House member. And the post also referred to former lawmaker Barney Frank, the first openly gay member of the House. As a quote absolute bollocks poacher, close quote. Now joy Reid's apologized for all this, although I never heard her apologize for being a 9 11 truther that to me has not been addressed. But Joe Rogan just apologized.

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"california house" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"california house" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"The idea of woodrow wilson to have the country run by experts and you could find enough experts that were not political at all and those experts would just know what was right and they'd tell the american people what was right and we would have this big administrative state in all of these departments and the departments would run things because they're the experts and they know best as we're seeing now in all of the departments. The department of education is is our schooling better or worse since the department of education house the department of state doing right now. Hey california house the department of interior right. Am i right. These experts are discrediting themselves at a record level because everyone on tv now is an expert and they all tell you. Listen to us or die. If you don't listen to us about the science you'll die. You'll die of global warming or global cooling or global mediocrity. You will you'll die because of the pandemic and if you don't die well then you're gonna kill somebody all these experts are discrediting themselves and what happens to a society. When it doesn't trust its experts at all what happens to society where they reject science not because of science but because of the way scientists were used. I thought we would ask one of these experts who has been rolled over with a steamroller His name is dr scott atlas. he's just written is just been of a featured in a piece science killed itself over in nineteen when i talk to him a little bit about that now. Hello scott how are you great. Thanks for having me so you were a former member of the white house. Grow virus task force. We found out that anthony foul cheat this week because the intercept released nine hundred pages Of things that they were trying to discredit rand paul with found out cheap fouling did do a lot of stuff on the you know gain of function research. What did he know. when did he know it. Did you have any idea scott while you were there. That foudy was. I mean could be kind of responsible for some of the stuff and had more information than we were led to believe. Well i came at the request of the president in the white house in in the beginning of august so that was sort of eight months after seven eight months later. We don't. I never heard any of that stuff discussed. Frankly the origin of the virus or Any of these issues so those emails and the issues that you're talking about Predated me by six months. I was adviser to the president and also part of the task force but only from from august on so You know. I think that but but to comment on the emails and everything. I think that this is what what's another example of how The lack of trust in science and the lack of trucks and public health leaders is now a big problem in the united states because what we gleaned from these emails and i'm just reading them i know i have no special knowledge of it. is that As we saw in the previous trove of emails there was an effort to squash the concept..

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"california house" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"california house" Discussed on The Fine Homebuilding Podcast

"You did a great job incredible. It's de liked that. Refinishing stuff me. You know the thing is. I still have not apart probably my basements to dirty. I have not for the life of me figure it out. Sometimes i get no dust in the finnish and sometimes they do. And i can't figure out you know i know that's like the common woodworkers dilemma. I don't mind. I actually like doing it. I need to probably get a cleaner. Workspace down there and be diligent about keeping the brushes and the finishes clean. Well i might have a couple pieces to bring over to you buddy jeff. What you've been doing you've been As i understand it like auto repair guru rate lace lately did the other side on the front end of the explorer. So that's done lease that phase of it. I i have great sympathy for anyone who works on their own vehicles but especially for someone who has a rusty vehicle and that was your challenge. Right you had to cut everything off. Yeah oh yeah. If i was going to be a mechanic it would be in the carolinas or florida. Right utah tax for you arizona bro. Yeah i don't have anything to report having their. Nothing's been going on here. But i'm gonna work on the stairs again this weekend. Maybe hang some drywall and get moving again. That again have you. Have you given up on it. I know you were talking about trying to get somebody else to do it. You some stairs or you haven't been on the show. I guess in a few weeks. I i have the in their the russ stairs. I need to get finished. Threads their temporary treads on there. And then i need to put flooring on the landings the wanders rather and last week and they made a bunch of allister's out of some doug for framing lumber that i had leftover on i thought it to cut out all the notes and then playing it down to inches sixteenth square to make the ballast or so the home center the other day and was looking at the manufactured stare parts that they have in stock and honestly. The stuff is expensive and ugly. So i i to do it myself even if it takes a year. I don't need to be in a hurry. If you need any help. I can come by come by so saturday. I usually start about nine. I got the tread story i got. I got a whole stack leftover from those jobs. I used to new york city of three quarter inch thick acrylic. Wouldn't it be awesome to be able to see right down through the haircut. That doesn't sound slippery and dangerous at all. What were those from stairs or was that for mother. They were actually from this giant room. We built that was was like for kicking soccer balls. Around in the nike store new york city and the wall the actual the net was made out of three quarter inch plexiglass instead of mesh see. That's only a further indication. That nyc has more money than they absolutely know what to do with that rain. Yeah there was some fun projects there for sure. Well as always we heard from some listeners. And i always appreciate when you folks right in with your thoughts and comments This comes from barbara. Not that barbara. Another barbara dear f. Hp podcast i was so delighted when you featured b.'s questions on today's podcast. She was trying to decide between two by six stud walls and exterior insulation versus two by four sidewalls plus exterior insulation. Of course the podcast is tackled this topic many many times so you might be wondering why be situation made me ben my ear toward the laptop speakers and listen intently. It's because he's in climate zone to houston. I think so instead of my eyes glazing over for another conversation about insulating a home in new england or minnesota. Finally i can your discussion on a home. That's relevant to me. I live in sacramento california climate zone for a hot mixed. Aside from the humidity factor. Insulation needs are very similar anyway. Just want to say thanks for including a discussion about homes. I can relate to you probably know your audience includes a vast number of californians arizonans and texans. Thanks for tossing the occasional bone and by matt. I'll miss you loved your intelligent contribution over the years. Well that is absolutely true too. So i'm barbara. Tell your friends who are in arizona and california and texas to send in their questions. It's not that we don't want to answer them. We just don't get as many and maybe that's because the you have to You know prime the pump or whatever and you've done that so please all of you. If you're in hot place have a question about hot things. If we don't know the answer we will ask someone who does. This comes from ryan redondo beach. California ryan is written in many times. High f- hp crew regarding the question on window condensation from episode three seventy eight. I'd highly encourage the person that wrote that question to watch and rico's recent webinar where he covers this exact topic and tons of other fantastic information. It was hosted by a semi reputable group of folks to. Do you want to tell them what about our listeners. That's about rum so enrico from. He's from a company cobra. ema systems. I think it is right. They they do passive house consulting and so he serve at the top tier people who understand about building high-performance building assemblies. And i haven't it's been a while since i've since since we did that webinar so i don't remember quite all the details but it was certainly an awesome presentation and the semi reputable folks. Reiner i to is fine home building. So there you go. Hey gangs been a minute. Since i've written sorta surprised you didn't mention the f. hp california house believe the whole thing was wrapped in mineral wool. Maybe take a breeze through that serious for fresher. So tim is referring to are a exhausted discussion of exterior insulation which was a themed episode. We had a recently and yes. Thanks that tim we. I think one of us said well. What do we know about mineral wool. And none of us remember that. The final boarding house actually had it on the exterior which was kind of embarrassing. One ryan pointed that out to me. But thank you ryan yet. A house Every every surface of that houses rats in In minimal mineral wool and standing seam metal. In fact i learned could've looking back at at one of the articles there's an article cult installing rockwell for continuous insulation by david good. Who's one of the designers and homeowners in that house and he mentioned that the roof was covered in top rock dvd. and i. i didn't realize they had a a roof. Surface low slope roof service. Specific product met that from commercial. The resist okay. That makes sense. Yeah i mean that's one thing we're seeing a time in in recent years is all of these things that have been involved in commercial and industrial construction. That just makes sense moving over to residential. Obviously it makes more sense as we start doing more of these modern style. Homes look slow. Roofs built had some things taken from from there. Because even the deck that was dilts. Decided mountain was likely built attack on building skyscraper. You mean like with a pour concrete on like yeah corrugated metal. Yeah that project a lot right call and you were out there. I went out there once. I went out there before they built it and when they finished but i was managing the video editing..

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"california house" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"california house" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"Johnny ken show john bell chiampou. Kfi am six forty five everywhere on the iheartradio app right. Well we spent a lot of time. It seems like the last couple of years. I don't you can actually go back further that talking about the attempt in sacramento too. Well let's say kickstart the housing world by conducting a war on single family homes and it eventually led to a bunch of bills. They had one big bill that they were pushing years ago. I think it was senate bill fifty that thing abandoned instead they broke it up into a bunch of other bills and the two got a lot of attention this year. We're senate bill. Nine senate bill ten again watch incremental ism. They passed the complete legislature there. Now on newsome's desk in quick review the one that we should really talk about the most is sp nine. I love the name. The california housing opportunity and more efficiency home act. This is going to allow people. Call it the duplex bill. Because of it allow lots splitting potentially four and six units could be constructed on current single family lot. Yeah like your Your neighbor could put in to duplexes like side by side on the land. they can also That would be a single family home on the lot. They could have like a guest house so if you have backyard to six units you can have a lot of people living in their right and if everybody sells out to developers who then build these all over your neighborhood. Well now you have a lot more people and a lot more traffic and more parking problems and You know who knows who's going to be living there. Apparently they amended the bill just in the last few weeks kind of weird it requires the owner to agree to live in one of the units for minimum of three years after getting the approval for the lot split so in other words. If you're the one that owned the single family home but you decide us could be profitable to build four to six units here. Allegedly you have to live in one of the unit three years. You can't just kick you know build and run right. Because then people will just rent to all kinds of riffraff disrupt Frat so if you're still living on the lot then you'd have to deal with the consequences if you ran out to the wrong people and the idea now and you see all these shows on the home improvement channels people big. We'd be buying up single family homes and then immediately deciding to split it into four to six units and taken on and moving onto their next project. I'll bet you though people find loopholes around. This requires the owner. I mean they'll have somebody sitting here. It's like their third causes. Goes going to track it. Nobody's traffic is but it see what i read is they. They had they had a bill. You know that that died in the legislature that was going to radically change the way neighborhoods..

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"california house" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"california house" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"Valuable because surface water. Quality remains a high priority out there on the land as we manage our crop production so wishing you both the best as you continue to study this and thank you for telling us about what you found over the last several years elliott nathan. Appreciate your time. Thank you very much eric. Over from the department of agronomy mckay state nathan nelson soya fertility and nutrient management scientist at the university and a graduate researcher working with nathan elliot. Carver again cover. Crops and phosphorus fertilizer management and their impacts on surface water quality. We'll be back with more for you after this. You're listening to agriculture today. We're back now on this agriculture today and once more venturing into the field of agricultural law with roger mogollon professor of agricultural law taxation washburn university school of law and with an item that in this isn't overstating it. Roger is critical to us agriculture. You say it's what's happened in california with its so-called proposition twelve and how that might resonate with agricultural production beyond california's borders well proposition twelve enacted by voters in california back in twenty eighteen. And one of the things that it does. Eric is that it requires any pork that sold in california to be raised in accordance with california's housing requirements for hawks. And so what that means is that any us hog producer by the effective date of this. Which will be january one. Twenty twenty two so just coming up in a few months any hog producer in the. Us will need to upgrade existing facilities to satisfy california's regulations. If they're currently deficient than i can guarantee those in the midwest and the plains other hard producing areas of the united states are deficient compared to california standards. And you're going to have to upgrade to those standards if you want to market and sell your pork products in california and That's a big issue. You what you have. In essence is one st dictating the production practices of agricultural products in other states and agriculture. Once this emerged challenged it right away in court and on the premise of what we know is the commerce clause and then it digs a little deeper. You might outlined that yeah again. What this does is banned the sale of whole pork meat. No matter where it's produced from animals confined in a manner that's inconsistent with california's regulatory standards. Well can you do that from a legal standpoint and the the way you answer that question as you look at the commerce clause of the us constitution and that's article one section eight and that gives the congress the power to regulate commerce amongst the as it says the several states in the united states..

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"california house" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"california house" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Adults in the U. S have been fully vaccinated. Today, 100 million Americans are fully vaccinated. Nearly double the 55 million who were fully vaccinated the end of March. White House covered coordinator Jeff Zion says the virus response is well ahead of estimates at the start of President Biden's tenure, the CDC says new cases and deaths continue to decline. Abide. Administration says it's fully committed to helping India deal with a massive surge of covert 19 cases that has devastated the country. U S AID Covert Task Force executive chair Jeremy Kahn a Dyke says the oxygen cylinders and thousands of pounds of PPE have incense to the Indian government and Red Cross as we are doing this and pushing out these supplies for the acute response. We are also working with our counterparts in the Indian health system in India. Indian government to address get supplies onto a more sustainable footing. Conan Dyke says the U. S will need to continue to provide support to India over the next several weeks and months, L a county supervisor Hilda Salih says toward the facility at the Pomona Fairplex, which will house 2500 unaccompanied migrant Children. The kids will be vetted for placement with relatives in the U. S or a foster family. Medical care will be number one. Around the clock. I can't begin to tell you how many other people might feel envious that these Children are going to get the best health care 24 hours seven days a week. Fairplex is one of three sites in Southern California housing the kids. The other two were in San Diego in Long Beach. They go over 19 vaccination cited Dodger Stadium is closing in the city of L. A will be moving vaccines to walk up centers and mobile clinics that do not require appointments. Dodger Stadium site is expected to close at the end of the month. More than 420,000 vaccines have been given out at the site..

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"california house" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"california house" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Officials say the program will help schools monitor behavior and provide support to students. Right now, let's say good morning to ABC is Jim Ryan, who is going to drone on about something very exciting this morning as always. Yeah, well, this time, it's actually about drones, Jen and drones in different applications out there. They're always looking for new ways to use these things on manned aerial vehicles, as they're known officially that Google was looking at a way to use drones for firefighting efforts. Wildfires the kind you have in California House fires have seen video Some testing that was being done on drones that could lift a hose up to the upper reaches of a high rise. Building. Hope with firefighting efforts makes sense, right the the process, though toward approving these things, it's long it's complex. Google eventually gave up on that application with the FAA to test fire fighting drones. They're concentrating Maura on delivery systems working with with you know Amazon and others to try to make that process easier, so they're leaving this firefighting effort to others, but there are other Companies that are stepping in to fill that and hoping to make that a reality in the future. You talk about crop dusting drones that's already being done. In some places. There are companies that offer those products to people farmers agriculture interests around the country. It's a three stage process, though it's not as easy as it sounds. First course you have the drone that has to be large enough to carry some a number of leaders of either fertilizer or insecticide. You have to have the machine. Obviously, the drone approved. You have to have the pilot approved and then you have to have someone approved to handle chemicals. Appropriately by state regulation, so you can see the complexity and getting this done. But these were all on the table right now. And if not on the table, then on the drawing board, Jim Yeah, And I would wonder, too. If the environmental regulations that would go with the crop dusting portion of it might be different as well. Absolutely. Anytime you're dropping something from either a crop dusting aircraft from Ah firefighting helicopter or a A tanker of some kind. You're you're dealing with environmental regulations that come through the the federal government. So sure, there are always considerations like that. That's why they're so tightly regulated. All right, Jim. Thank you for an update on all that. I appreciate it. Thanks. See you later. That's NBC's Jim Ryan. Hey, it's it's amazing. Number back in the day when you got a drone just is it was fun to fly the stupid thing around. And then all of a sudden you started hearing drones of surveillance and then drones became kind of eerie. Like who? Who's watching me and what? And then it became a whole thing of Remember my realtor calling me one time and she said, Hey, I don't want to freak you out, but we're going to do a drone video of your house. Right? They did that little drone fly out there took these beautiful aerial shots of the house. I would've bought the house. It was beautiful. It's just amazing the way that they are able to expand now and now go from that from just picture taking and surveillance to now we've got all these deliveries coming up. Now we've got firefighting efforts and not just any more. The surveil surveillance of them. The actual get in there, Get a hose and take it up and help fight the fire. Incredible. All right, so, Google says searches about sleep are at an all time high. The company says the top questions have been how do you fall asleep fast? And why can't I fall asleep? And the people who do get some shut eye or wondering why they are having weird dreams. Google says there have been searches for dreams about snakes, exes. And your teeth falling out Now I It says that these were broken up. It didn't say about your ex being a snake and your teeth falling out because of it. Right? I wouldn't be surprised if somebody has some crazy stuff like that. One of this year's Super Bowl ads features Will Ferrell fighting Norway, but he just needs to get there. For goodness sakes. Sometimes I think they're gremlins in the machine. Let's see. The comedian is mad. The Scandinavian country is crushing it with electric vehicles. So he's taking his Cadillac lyric. The first electric catty, which doesn't come out till 2022 to Norway, where we're gonna crush those losers. See enlists fellow comedians Keenan Thompson and Aquafina to meet him there in their electric Hummel women where you I'm in Norway. Lorna, you're in Sweden. Damn it. More than 54% of new car sales in Norway were electric last year. So far, there's only one electric GM available. The Chevy Bolt, Michael Closure KO Phi News. We come back We will talk your biz bites this morning and also John Parkinson with what's going on in the Republican Party right now, let's take a look at your drive.

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"california house" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"california house" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Stay away from the nation's capital. I'm him. Who's Oh Fox News that advice from the mayor of Washington, D. C. As the city locks down in preparation for Wednesday's inauguration, National Guard armed now up from 46,000, all 50 states, a number of agencies are involved. Secret service taking the lead with the T s, a customs and border protection, FEMA all playing a role. And there are fences and barricades of every shape and size all around D c. Big fences. Small fences. Razor wire concrete blocks. Socks is Steve Harrigan for major bridges between Washington and Virginia have been chucked down. More than a dozen metro stations are closed. To do list is long for President elect Joe Biden, who wants the Senate to act fast on his Cabinet nominations. It could get complicated, though, with an impeachment trial underway. Some Republicans are you impeachments about settling political scores, But a new ABC Washington Post poll finds a majority of Americans want to see the president disqualified from ever holding office again. 56% of those surveyed want the president tossed out before Wednesday. Fox says Lucas Tomlinson, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi still hasn't sent the Senate the article of impeachment. Nominations may be important, but so are the vaccines needed to combat and unrelenting coronavirus. The president elect wants to inoculate 100 million Americans in 100 days. As for individual states summer, distributing more than others. California Governor Gavin Newsome is under fire for lagging behind. He's also failed to pay the bill to set up the additional ICUs. To cover the surge that he's now having part of the surge is the vaccines are not being distributed Nearly fast enough. In California House Republican Darrell Isa tells Fox and friends freezers full of vaccine are sitting idle. America's listening to Fox News. Now look, a KSFO traffic in.

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"california house" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"california house" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Stay away from the nation's capital. I'm him. Who's out Fox News that advice from the mayor of Washington, D. C. As the city locks down in preparation for Wednesday's inauguration, National Guard armed now up from 46,000, all 50 states and number of agencies are involved. Secret service taking the lead with the T s a customs and border protection, FEMA all playing a role, and there are fences and barricades of every shape and size all around D c. Big fences, Small fences, razor wire concrete blocks. Fox's Steve Harrigan, four major bridges between Washington and Virginia have been shut down. More than a dozen metro stations are closed. That to do list is long for President elect Joe Biden, who wants the Senate to act fast on his Cabinet nominations. It could get complicated, though, with an impeachment trial underway. Some Republicans are you impeachments about settling political scores, But a new ABC Washington Post poll finds a majority of Americans want to see the president disqualified from ever holding office again. 56% of those surveyed want the president tossed out before Wednesday. Fox is Lucas Tomlinson. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi still hasn't sent the Senate the article of impeachment. Nominations may be important, but so are the vaccines needed to combat and unrelenting coronavirus. The president elect wants to inoculate 100 million Americans in 100 days. As for individual states summer, distributing more than others. California Governor Gavin Newsome is under fire for lagging behind. He's also failed to pay the bill to set up the additional ICUs. To cover the surge that he's now having part of the surge is the vaccines are not being distributed Nearly fast enough. In California House Republican Darrell Isa tells Fox and friends freezers full of vaccine are sitting idle. America's listening to Fox News. W A B C traffic.

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"california house" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"california house" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"1,025,000 all 50 states. A number of agencies are involved Secret service taking the lead with the T s a customs and border protection, FEMA all playing a role, and there are fences and barricades of every shape and size all around D c. Big fences. Small fences, razor wire concrete blocks, Fox's Steve Harrigan for major bridges between Washington and Virginia have been shut down. More than a dozen metro stations are closed. To do list is long for President elect Joe Biden, who wants the Senate to act fast on his Cabinet nominations. It could get complicated, though, with an impeachment trial underway. Some Republicans are you impeachments about settling political scores, But a new ABC Washington Post poll finds a majority of Americans want to see the president disqualified from ever holding office again. 56% of those surveyed want the president tossed out before Wednesday. Fox says Lucas Tomlinson, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi still hasn't sent the Senate the article of impeachment. Nominations may be important, but so are the vaccines needed to combat and unrelenting coronavirus. The president elect wants to inoculate 100 million Americans in 100 days. As for individual states summer, distributing more than others. California Governor Gavin Newsome is under fire for lagging behind. He's also failed to pay the bill to set up the additional ICUs. To cover the surge that he's now having part of the surge is the vaccines are not being distributed Nearly fast enough. In California House Republican Darrell Isa tells Fox and friends freezers full of vaccine are sitting idle. America's listening to Fox News..

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"california house" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"california house" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Stay away from the nation's capital. I'm him. Who's Oh Fox News that advice from the mayor of Washington, D. C. As the city locks down in preparation for Wednesday's inauguration, National Guard armed now from 46,000, all 50 states, a number of agencies are involved. Secret service taking the lead with the T s, a customs and border protection, FEMA all playing a role. There are fences and barricades of every shape and size all around D c. Big fences. Small fences, razor wire concrete blocks, Fox's Steve Harrigan for major bridges between Washington and Virginia have been chucked down. More than a dozen metro stations are closed. That to do list is long for President elect Joe Biden, who wants the Senate to act fast on his Cabinet nominations. It could get complicated, though, with an impeachment trial underway. Some Republicans are you impeachments about settling political scores, But a new ABC Washington Post poll finds a majority of Americans want to see the president disqualified from ever holding office again. 56% of those surveyed want the president tossed out before Wednesday. Fox says Lucas Tomlinson, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi still hasn't sent the Senate the article of impeachment. Nominations may be important, but so were the vaccines needed to combat and unrelenting coronavirus. The president elect wants to inoculate 100 million Americans in 100 days. As for individual states summer, distributing more than others. California Governor Gavin Newsome is under fire for lagging behind. He's also failed to pay the bill to set up the additional ICUs. To cover the surge that he's now having part of the surge is the vaccines are not being distributed Nearly fast enough. In California House Republican Darrell Isa tells Fox.

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"california house" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"california house" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Why D. C stay away from the nation's capital? I'm him. Who's Oh Fox News that advice from the mayor of Washington, D. C. As the city locks down in preparation for Wednesday's inauguration, National Guard armed now from 46,000, all 50 states, a number of agencies are involved. Secret service taking the lead with the T s, a customs and border protection, FEMA all playing a role. There are fences and barricades of every shape and size all around D c. Big fences. Small fences, razor wire concrete blocks, Fox's Steve Harrigan for major bridges between Washington and Virginia have been shut down. More than a dozen metro stations are closed. To do list is long for President elect Joe Biden, who wants the Senate to act fast on his Cabinet nominations. It could get complicated, though, with an impeachment trial underway. Some Republicans are you impeachments about settling political scores, But a new ABC Washington Post poll finds a majority of Americans want to see the president disqualified from ever holding office again. 56% of those surveyed want the president tossed out before Wednesday. Fox says Lucas Tomlinson, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi still hasn't sent the Senate the article of impeachment. Nominations may be important, but so are the vaccines needed to combat and unrelenting coronavirus. The president elect wants to inoculate 100 million Americans in 100 days. As for individual states summer, distributing more than others. California Governor Gavin Newsome is under fire for lagging behind. He's also failed to pay the bill to set up the additional ICUs. To cover the surge that he's now having part of the surge is the vaccines are not being distributed Nearly fast enough. In California House Republican Darrell Isa tells.

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"california house" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"california house" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Public Radio in San Francisco. This is Forum. I'm Scott Shafer in today for Meena Kim. This hour. Katie Porter was one of seven Democratic candidates who flipped California House seats from red to blue in the 2018 election. Republicans took back four of those seats in November. But Porter Was easily reelected. Her tough questioning of CEOs and government officials has gone viral. On several occasions. Porter is widely seen as an up and coming Democrat. As the House presses for removal of Donald Trump and the possible second impeachment of the president. The Orange County congresswoman joins us to discuss the state of politics in Washington. That's next on forum right after this news. Life from NPR news. I'm Shea Stevens. This vote the ayes or 223, the nature 205. The resolution is adopted without objection. The motion reconsider is laid on the table. And with that the U. S House approved a non binding resolution urging Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment. Remove President Trump from office. Ben said, already notified House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that he has no intention of doing so. House Democrats are now poised to begin impeachment proceedings. President Trump is denouncing Democrats for trying to remove him from office for inciting last week's insurrection at the U. S. Capitol. MPR's Aisha Roscoe reports that Trump is indicating he will not leave office before January. 20th Democrats and many Republicans continue to condemn the president's words before and during the attack. But in brief remarks to reporters, Trump did not take any responsibility for the storming of the Capitol building, and he insisted that his speech to supporters ahead of the riot was totally appropriate. Still, Trump now says he wants peace. We want no violence, never violence. We want absolutely no violence. Instead, Trump claimed that the impeachment process is dangerous for the country. House Democrats have introduced a single article of impeachment charging Trump with incitement of an insurrection. The House is expected to vote on the measure later this week. I Shall Roscoe NPR NEWS, The U. S Chamber of Commerce is threatening to withhold campaign money from politicians who resisted the confirmation of Joe Biden's election victory. President Trump has not mentioned during the Chambers video meeting on Tuesday to discuss the state of American business. But a statement from the chamber says Trump's actions undermine the nation's democratic institutions and ideals. CEO Thomas Donahue says he does not believe that the capital invasion was a full coup attempt, but said the chamber did not like the mob's conduct. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is announcing a plan to increase rapid testing for covert 19 MPR's Sally her ship's reports that Cuomo says it is key to restarting New York's economy. Governor Cuomo says the vaccine won't hit critical mass until the spring or even fall. In the meantime, he says, the state needs rapid tests, which he says can be completed in his little is 15 minutes, if we don't Dining will remain it level's too low for restaurants to survive. Offices will remain empty, hurting the service business that depend on those office workers, theaters and sports venues will sit empty. Cuomo put special emphasis on arts and culture, saying the industry accounts for almost half a million jobs in New York. He says the state will open hundreds of rapid testing pop up sites and has already piloted the strategy. The Buffalo Bills game last week were thousands of fans were tested before the game. Sally her ship's NPR news in pre market trading. U. S futures are higher. Asian markets are mixed higher in Tokyo. This is NPR. The U. S. Supreme Court has cleared the way for the execution of a convicted murderer who doctors say is mentally ill. 52 year old Lisa Montgomery will be the first woman on federal death row in the U. S to be put to death since 1953. Montgomery was convicted of killing a pregnant woman and cutting the victim's fetus from the womb in northwest Missouri in 2004. Two more federal executions initially planned this week or on hold because the prisoners tested positive for covert 19. The Trump administration resumed federal executions last summer after a 17 year hiatus. Online fundraiser called Rather to E. The TIC TAC musical has raised $2 million for the Actors Fund, which is a charity that helps people in the entertainment industry from New York. Jeff Lunden reports that the production Is based on an animated film made by Disney and Pixar. This fall videos of Crowdsourced songs based on the film about a rat who's a culinary genius showed up on TIC tac Me. Tell.

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California’s Housing Crisis: How a Bureaucrat Pushed to Build

Morning Edition

01:01 min | 3 years ago

California’s Housing Crisis: How a Bureaucrat Pushed to Build

"Meanwhile US housing secretary Ben Carson says that California and the federal government must work together to solve the state's homelessness crisis during a forum at USC yesterday Carson said the federal government would soon unveil a faith based initiative to tackle the problem nationwide he also called for streamlining regulations blamed for blocking housing construction between point a and point B. it should be a straight line but it becomes a lap around because of all these things that are layered on top of each other can we fix that we absolutely can and again it comes back to working together we're not enemies Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg who co chairs a state task force on homelessness also spoke at the forum he repeated his call for local governments to be required to build housing for homeless people several state leaders said they're open to working with the trump administration to tackle the homelessness crisis but either said they're skeptical that president trump truly wants to help the

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Californias housing prices drive development in high-risk fire zones

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 3 years ago

Californias housing prices drive development in high-risk fire zones

"In many California cities. Housing is is prohibitively. Expensive at our urban areas are so expensive that people working in those jobs centers are being pushed further and further out. Kate Gordon is director of the California Governor's Office of Planning and Research. She says as the cost of city living increase more houses have been built in outlying areas of the state they're often near forests grasslands grasslands or other natural areas so there are at higher risk of burning when wildfire spread. What we call the wildland urban interface. Which is high fire? Risk areas of the state are getting more and more populated in part because of people commuting really long distances so Gordon says that as climate change increases the threat thread of intense wildfires. It's important to address urban sprawl last year. California allocated half a billion dollars to encourage high density residential construction action in areas. The money will go toward building. Sidewalks bus stops parks and other amenities that support said he living. She says by prioritizing housing affordable urban housing the state can help reduce further sprawl into fire prone areas that would shorten commute times and it could save lives

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Judge To Rule On Whether Homeless Moms Can Stay In Vacant House

City Arts and Lectures

03:06 min | 3 years ago

Judge To Rule On Whether Homeless Moms Can Stay In Vacant House

"This three bedroom house is the first actual home Walker has had since she moved back to the bay area in April this house has been sitting vacant for years Oakland is my home and I deserve to be here Walker moved back to California after fleeing domestic violence in Mississippi she knew the bay area had gotten expensive but she was shocked at what she found even if I had time to prepare the housing crisis I still probably wouldn't be able to afford anything so I'd yes sleeping at different relatives houses and hotels which is very very unsafe environment according to the most recent count more than four thousand Oakland residents are experiencing homelessness meanwhile the city estimates the number of vacant properties at around forty three hundred but most of the owners of these vacant homes live outside the city that's part of what Walker is pro testing by occupying this house to raise the moral question of who gets to live in this city we we believe that house and as a human I am we're going to fight for that we want to see all and house moms have chosen Walker and others have organized a group they call themselves moms for housing the home they're occupying was bought in a for closure option by a company called Wedgewood an investment group based in southern California Sam singer is a spokesperson for the company you can't walk into somebody's home and take it as your own that's called stealing work with that singer says the women are trespassing this is a a train on a on a single track and it leads straight to addiction what would says it's real estate portfolio includes hundreds or maybe even thousands of homes along the west coast and Aaron Glantz says that's part of the company's business model he's the author of a new book home wreckers a look into how corporate entities like which would have been acquiring properties across the country he says Oakland was one of the hardest hit areas after the housing crisis as families began to lose their homes to foreclosure in two thousand eight and two thousand nine it wasn't other people that came in and bought those homes it was speculators buying through strauss-kahn's means that's in fact the case with the home the two women are occupying and why they say they're occupying this home in the first place grant says California's housing crisis is about more than just building homes it's understanding who owns the housing and what they're doing with it back on magnolia street Dominique Walker it says she's beginning to feel at home she's moved in furniture and recently her one year old son took his first steps here to moving into phyllite you have a basic needs being met because housing and shelter is a basic need and a human right ultimately a judge will determine if that argument has legal standing a ruling is expected soon on whether the moms can stay or be forced to

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Apple's Plan To Help with The California Housing Crisis

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:35 min | 3 years ago

Apple's Plan To Help with The California Housing Crisis

"Having changed the way we communicate hate each other apple has said it wants to sell the housing crisis in its home state of California. It's two and a half billion dollars to help do this. So what's going to happen to all the money. Well let's hear from acting. La Bureau chief. Collateral Bela who joins us on the line. Now it's a lot of money what's been announced. Yes this plan. That wasn't fueled by apple earlier this week. specifically targets the state's affordable housing crisis. Now the plan includes several different initiatives Apple will offer a one billion line of credit to organizations that are building housing for low income people. Oh and another one billion dollars will be used to help first time homebuyers. And here's what's interesting because they specifically mention A first time home buyers that are essential service personnel school employees and veterans. Now this is due mainly to the fact that in communities such such as Cupertino where apple is based schoolteachers for example and Members of law enforcement offense struggled to find affordable housing near their jobs apple will also donate land worth to an estimate of up to three hundred million dollars in the area of San Jose. And it's for a project to build. Thousands of new affordable housing units and another one hundred fifty million dollars will go to support various affordable. Housing projects objects are wrong the Silicon Valley region and they're still a final fifty million Dot are going for a nonprofit focusing focusing on homelessness in Silicon Valley to Apple is not the first company to try to do this. Is it that there are other companies. Which you've you've addressed? What is clearly quite difficult housing crisis? No it isn't in in January this year for example Microsoft announced that it would provide wide up to five hundred million dollars in grants and loans to promote affordable housing in the area of Seattle where they are based and and then later in the year in June at Google announced their own initiative opt to a value of one billion. US dollars which included a big chunk of that money that was of Google owns land That was going to be used to support the development of at least twenty thousand new units in what they described -cribe at all income levels. This isn't the San Francisco Bay area but we don't even need to look that earlier in the year just last month Facebook made public its own initiative to offer one billion in grants and loans to support the construction of twenty thousand housing units in the region and unjust. Now this week you have now apple entering the fold with a similar initiative now all these plans are coming after many years of complaints lanes by the local communities where these companies have their offices and HQ basically. They've been the communities have been complaining would would affect that. These tech giants giants simply are not good corporate neighbors and you have to put on top of that. The facts that whenever they have a presence via the new officer a brand new HQ The housing that already exists around it around the area will go up in price and whatever land is available salable will become too expensive for the people that live there to actually be able to afford it in fact it was Senator Bernie Sanders. Democratic presidential candidate who laid into APPALOOSAS. Listens in. That room was made saying that the company helped to create the housing crisis. Not just by basing itself in California but also by not paying special taxes. Yes it is interesting to fuck. That's already sender so far has been the only Democratic candidate that has Weighed in in on apple's a new initiative because his criticism of big tax hasn't been asked central to his campaign as said for example Senator Elizabeth Warren Oren Now Sanders basically was very blunt. And saying this is hypocrisy at play and broaden it out to all tech giant's not Just apple All of these that I just mentioned that have similar initiatives saying that basically this is just putting a bandaid in gushing wound That's day it created You know it's an all in all it just seems like a spectacular PR exercise for these companies To get people to talk about how much much to GONNA help But if you add up the numbers of the housing that's GonNa be created by these funds with the housing that was lost By their presence. We don't really. I know exactly who wins. When you tell you the numbers what are the Californians? Think of this I mean no they. Happy that the You know such tech giant is now trying to says says it's time to address the housing problem. The overall consensus is that there's a deep misunderstanding By these tech companies of how how deep and how severe this housing crisis actually is in recent years. The San Francisco Bay area has become the most expensive housing market in the United States of America and Los Angeles County Suffers from housing. Costs are far above the national average. In of course you you have a state that is battling

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Why $2.5 Billion From Big Tech Won’t End California Housing Crisis

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

06:42 min | 3 years ago

Why $2.5 Billion From Big Tech Won’t End California Housing Crisis

"Brand apple says it'll spend two and a half billion dollars to help fix California's housing crisis that follows billion dollar pledges from Google and Facebook earlier this year some critics though say all of this giving is just not enough teddy each lifer is senior reporter Rico he covers finance and influence and he joins me now hi Hey how are you great things okay so that sounds like a lot of money right two and a half billion dollars in seems pretty generous but apple makes a lot more than that right you know interesting reactions yesterday came from another Bernie Sanders he said apple's throwing panties at a problem that they helped create obviously should not any that you know to have billion dollars down like a massive amount of money but given given apple pies and given the scale of the problem some people could argue it's not actually not well it seems the governor was okay with it he called it an unparalleled financial commitment and that it indicates apple is serious about solving this issue does indicate that apple is serious about solving this issue or is it doesn't indicate something else sure we all got together Newsome is kind of place to take priority on getting company specifically to pay more attention to the housing problems in their own back yard and he asked try to raise money from tech companies to do just that and I think you know the new sim is kind of bizarre position here reflects the fact that apple is indeed doing something unprecedented we it's own money but I think the scale of the problem here should not be underestimated and two things can be true one apple can both be digging deep and making a commitment that puts other tech companies to Shane and meet decent priority but you could also argue at the same time that's not mutually exclusive would it be insufficient to solving the problem right and so meanwhile like some wondering because apple is notorious for avoiding paying taxes or avoid paying its right it's what it does if it if it didn't figure out some creative accounting so for instance it doesn't really pale lot or any California state tax because it locates a lot of its business in Nevada for tax purposes even though its products I guess are designed and created in Cupertino but if it did pay state taxes would be more than two and a half billion dollars yeah I don't I don't know the exact numbers there that is the argument that up this sort of philanthropic altruism as Sanders called it sort of misses the point and obviously you know apple celebrating they said kind of a much ballyhooed investment in its local community but you know you're right apples apple and frankly other tech companies also do everything within the letter of the law to you avoid paying corporate income taxes and you know we pulled to the desk and apple and Facebook and Microsoft Office three company that recently have announced a new initiatives to pay for new housing programs in their local communities all those companies at the very same time art art definitely using the law to you mentioned kind of keep assets out of state out of the country and that is in the I just some makes this kind of on parallel commitment as Gavin Newsom says somewhat the second best option right you know there are some on the left to believe that the best option would be for the companies to pay their fair share of corporate income taxes and then gave you would need a two and a half billion dollar commitment from the private sector what is the role of apple in these other tech companies in driving up housing costs so many of the countries hottest real estate markets are in the damp discover area and there's a reason that coincides with the explosion of the stack giants you know you have a more more people moving here who are higher income will be paid very very well and that tend to price out lower income people and there's you know you've seen the rise in the bay area at least of sort of the super commuters people used to live and work in San Francisco we now live in place stock in California that are several are more than a few transit stops away from downtown San Francisco and a lot of that plane widely or wrongly falls on tech companies as sort of the character sure economy that it's gotten way too hot and it's priced out fewer credible people I think there's an intellectually honest arguments can be made that too much blame is put on the tech companies at least politically Dave sort of become the punching bag for those who think the tech comp superior Connie has just gone off kilter yeah well and they've also become a punching bag for all sorts of other things at least like kind of bipartisan punching bag actually in many of the democratic presidential candidates have talked about breaking up Facebook in some of the other companies and actually taking just a a more stringent luck ads how much power these companies have on Elizabeth Warren talks about a lot of financial power that these companies happened and how she's against that so is this also in attempts to blunt some of that criticism sure I mean look I mean be it did there there is no question that apple gets around a positive PR out of this that every company does but look I mean this is a you know the companies on the defensive in a way they've never been before and to me you know I saw Bernie Sanders comments yesterday sort of spoke to this new the tension between the Democratic Party and big tack moving to new terrain right as you mentioned a lot of the conversation around the company's centered on the economic power you know whether or not they control too much of the market like Amazon does or whether or not the day after kind of created unfair business practices are creature employees poorly sort of a conversation with your impact on housing has not really been at the forefront of this conversation but I think as the Democratic Party and detection arms sort of tangle with each other we're going to see this movie what's new Turks and impact on housing is something that is sort of the under appreciated and it seems like now you know the the Bernie Sanders of the world are just buying the applause lines some beach are actually kind of putting the pressure and asking you questions about whether or not these commitments are sort of missing the

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Apple Commits $2.5 Billion to Ease California Housing Crunch

All Things Considered

02:55 min | 3 years ago

Apple Commits $2.5 Billion to Ease California Housing Crunch

"Apple joins a growing list of tech companies vowing to fight the housing crunch and here's Jim zarroli has details apple said about a billion dollars will be used to invest in affordable housing in California another billion will be used to help first time home buyers get mortgages and apple says it will also donate land it owns in San Jose land it says is worth about three hundred million dollars Amy Fishman of the nonprofit housing association of northern California says the money will make a big difference in addressing the housing crisis we think it is a bold and critical it is so important that apple has stepped up along with other tech companies apple is only the latest tech giant to give money to address the housing shortage Facebook said last month that it would give a billion dollars Google has promised a similar amount Microsoft is doing the same thing in Seattle many of these companies have grown so big so fast that they've exacerbated the housing shortage in places such as Silicon Valley where restrictive zoning makes it expensive to build Kevin's work of housing trusts Silicon Valley says there's a growing recognition among these companies that they have to be part of the solution we've gotten into this mess from generations of having the wrong housing policy and land use policy and in order to get out of it it's gonna take big bold innovative initiatives with with significant amounts of new investment and and money the money comes at a time when the tech industry is having a huge image problem Facebook and Google have become so powerful but there have been calls to regulate them more and even break the mock there's heightened scrutiny of the negative influence they've had on the actions and even society more broadly donations like these are good PR but in the fishermen of the nonprofit housing association of northern California says these companies and their employees are also feeling the impact of the housing crisis around them it is unconscionable that so many people are sleeping in the streets every night it is unconscionable that people are driving hours and hours to and from their jobs we are living in an unsustainable environment in fact many tech executives complain they're having trouble recruiting because potential employees can't afford housing the problem has gotten so big that even the billions of dollars given by tech giants can only make a slight dent in the problem Jen loving is chief executive of destination home which works with the homeless it's getting fifty million dollars from apple she says it will take a concerted effort by business and government to fix the problem everyone needs to be all hands on deck we have a crisis tech giants like apple and Google have gotten so big their growth has outpaced California's housing supply and driven off home prices now they're beginning to address a problem they helped

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Delhi Judges accuse authorities of 'passing the buck' on air pollution.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

06:21 min | 3 years ago

Delhi Judges accuse authorities of 'passing the buck' on air pollution.

"Coming up on five minute news British Prime Minister Accused of cover up over report on Russian meddling in UK Politics Deli judges accuse news authorities of passing the buck on air pollution and apple commits two and a half billion dollars to combat California housing crisis. It's Monday November four. I'm Anthony Davis Boris Johnson was today accused of presiding over a cover up after it emerged that number ten Downing Street's refused to clear the publication Asian of a potentially incendiary report examining Russian infiltration in British politics including the Conservative Party Downing Street indicated that that it would not allow a fifty page dossier from the Intelligence and Security Committee to be published before the election prompting a string of complaints over at suppression and the Committee's Chairman Dominic Grieve called the decision jaw-dropping saying no reason for the refusal had been given while Labour and Scottish National Party politicians Titians accused number ten of refusing to recognize the scale of Russian meddling fresh evidence is also merged attempts by the Kremlin to infiltrate the conservatives by a senior Russian diplomat suspected of espionage spent five years in London cultivating leading Tories including Boris Johnson himself himself the committee's report is based on analysis from Britain's intelligence agencies as well as third party experts such as the former M I six officer Christopher for steel and is subject to a final clearance from Downing Street that has to come before parliament is dissolved on Tuesday if it is to be released ahead of the election Russian Downing Street sources stated it was not now expected to happen in time claiming the sign off process typically takes six weeks the dossier specifically examines Russian attempts to interfere in the EU referendum members of the committee which meets in secret because of the sensitivity of its work and wanted to make think recommendations to introduce greater safeguards ahead of the general election in December India's top court has accused state governments of passing the buck on air pollution and failing to take action to tackle Delis is toxic smog the Supreme Court said authorities were only interested in gimmicks rather than concrete measures to combat pollution levels levels of dangerous particles in the air are well over ten times safe limits in the capital city authorities have responded by launching a car rationing system Deli is choking every year and we are unable to do anything said Supreme Court Justice Arun Mishra the state machinery is not acting they are passing the buck to each other everybody is interested in gimmicks and elections from the fourth to the fifteenth of November -cause with all or even numberplates will only be allowed on the roads on alternate days officials said such a system has been used before but it's not clear if it helps lower pollution levels 'cause not believe have to be the main cause of Delhi's toxic air with experts pointing instead to crop burning by farmers in neighboring states to clear fields health officials of offs people to stay indoors and refrain from doing any physical activity as millions or at risk of respiratory illness schools closed until Tuesday the shutdown is likely to be extended until Friday as the city chokes under a thick blanket of smog a major cause of the high pollution levels at this time of year is farmers in neighboring states burning crop stubble to clear their fields this creates a lethal cocktail of particulate matter and gases carbon dioxide nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide all worsened by fireworks set off during the Hindu festival of Devali a week ago construction and industrial admissions have also contributed to the smog. Unfortunately this coincides with changing wind patterns of Delhi and the rest of North Indian apple has committed two and a half billion dollars to ease California's housing crisis collapsing similar pledges by fellow silicon valley giants Google and Facebook to address a lack of affordable housing in a region where affluent tech workers have have helped

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Apple pledges more than $2 billion to fight California housing crisis

All Things Considered

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Apple pledges more than $2 billion to fight California housing crisis

"Apple is pledging more than two billion dollars to combat California's growing housing crisis the pledge includes a one billion dollar fund to help first time homebuyers with low to moderate incomes there's also money for charities to help folks at risk of experiencing homelessness the commitment eclipses similar pledges from fellow bay area tech giants Google and Facebook which had each promised about one billion

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Apple pledges $2.5 billion to fight California housing crisis

WBZ Afternoon News

00:40 sec | 3 years ago

Apple pledges $2.5 billion to fight California housing crisis

"One of the world's biggest tech companies pledges billions of dollars to try to fight the housing crisis in California the homeless crisis here in California is growing and nobody seems to have a good answer in cities like LA and San Francisco the streets are lined with homeless home prices are sky high now apple is announcing it will be investing two point five billion dollars to address a California housing crisis one billion will go toward an affordable housing fund another billion will go toward first time homebuyer assistance and Apollon land will be turned into affordable housing C. E. O. Tim cook says apple has to help people in the company's home state Alex stone ABC

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Apple Commits $2.5 Billion to Ease California Housing Crunch

On Air with Ryan Seacrest

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Apple Commits $2.5 Billion to Ease California Housing Crunch

"Right well apple will give two point five billion dollars to help with the housing crisis here in California yes a one billion will create an affordable housing investment fund another billion will go towards a first time homebuyer assistance fun and three hundred million worth of apple own land will be turned into affordable housing the other two hundred million will help with low income housing in the bay area Google and Facebook each pledged a billion earlier

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Trump says he wants to sue Schiff and doesn't care if he loses

Morning Edition

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Trump says he wants to sue Schiff and doesn't care if he loses

"Congress is back in session in Washington DC and the fight between house Democrats and president trump over there impeachment inquiry is heating up over the weekend president trump threatened to sue to democratic representatives from California house speaker Nancy Pelosi and intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff but he might not be legally able to do that according to Loyola law school professor Jessica Levinson in the U. S. constitution it says something called the speech and debate clause which essentially gives immunity to things that members of Congress say either on the house floor of the Senate floor or in committee and as far as trump second threat to impeach the representatives road block number two you can't actually impeach a member of Congress hello see initiative are of course spearheading the impeachment inquiry of president trump trump has said he wanted to sue ship the hitting a law saying quote the American public will

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EPA Carries out Trump Threat, Cites San Francisco for Water Pollution Linked to Homeless Crisis

Casual Times

07:52 min | 3 years ago

EPA Carries out Trump Threat, Cites San Francisco for Water Pollution Linked to Homeless Crisis

"Thing. where broadcasting today from San Francisco where president trump is continuing an all out attack on the city's homeless population and political leaders on Wednesday the trump administration filed an environmental notice of violation against San Francisco falsely claiming the city's homelessness crisis has caused water pollution this is trump announcing the move in a tirade against house speaker Nancy Pelosi who is home district is San Francisco. focus on our own district you see what's happening to our district we call it ten city it's terrible in fact we just sent a violation to the city of San Francisco unsafe water unsafe conditions environmental EPA are EPA which is doing a great job is sending Nancy Pelosi with all the talk about EPA. his needles and drugs all over the street this tense there's people that are dying in squalor. in the best location in San Francisco it used to be a great city now you have to see what's happened to San Francisco you happen to see what what's what the Democrats have allowed to happen. city officials have repeatedly rejected trump's unfounded claims that homelessness is connected to water quality the EPA's action comes a week after environmental protection agency chief financial Wheeler said in a letter to California governor Gavin Newsom that California's failing to enforce the clean water act Wheeler has also threatened to pull billions of dollars in federal highway funding to California accusing it of having the worst air quality in the United States a spokesperson for governor news and has called trump's most political retribution against California plain and simple California is home to twelve percent of the country's population but half of the country's on sheltered homeless people president trump has been pushing for a crackdown on the crisis for weeks The Washington Post reported last month trump ordered the White House officials to launch this effort and that his administration is considering actions like destroying homeless encampments California congressman roe kana told The Washington Post yet again this is bravado for trump's base with no interest in the actual policy experts recommendations to solve an issue conoce at for more we're joined here in San Francisco by two guests Jennifer Frieden Bach is the executive director of the coalition on homelessness and Paul Boden is the executive director of the western regional advocacy project or wrap a homeless advocacy group he was formerly homeless himself Jennifer freedom back let's begin with you the attack by president trump specifically on California now in San Francisco saying that homeless people are responsible for water pollution can you respond overall. yeah I mean it's it's ridiculous on on a few fronts first of all corsair Francisco filters its water there's there's no link to water pollution but more importantly is that trump himself is in a position where he could truly address this crises we have a situation where we have you know in San Francisco about twenty one thousand people experiencing homelessness every year and that can be traced right back to his feet on his wedding gauged in massive cuts to hide he's also done in action in restoring the hud budget which is where the roots of this crisis began when you know the hud budget has been cut so dramatically starting in the late seventies and through the early eighties and has continued since just this divestment from insuring that people in the US have a safe and decent place to call home so it's really ironic that he's complaining about it and then causing the problem and doing nothing to solve it. well I'd like to turn to had secretary that's housing and urban development secretary Ben Carson discussing California's housing crisis on fox news last month. a lot of these people have mental health issues a lot of men of drug addiction some of them simply have fallen on hard times and don't know how to deal with it but as a compassionate society it is something that we have to do something about we can't just talk about it should it be the responsibility of the federal government now these are local problems and the things that work best are when the local authorities take appropriate attention to these problems and then the federal government can help from the state government can help them. so that's had secretary Dr Ben Carson I po Boden if you could respond yeah it's just it's so profoundly ridiculous that this is the person that's running hi when you look at the nineteen thirty seven housing act that created. it said very clearly and that legislation that it was the federal government's responsibility to ensure that people have a clean safe adequate place to live in nineteen ninety eight they amended that to say the federal government cannot be held accountable to do that during the welfare reform must that Newt Gingrich and signed by Clinton but the reason hide was created in this is the individual charged with administering that that federal department is to ensure housing is available to poor people throughout the United States and this is in a California or a San Francisco issue sample California may have a larger number of people according to hides point in time head count but that's because they go out on January twenty fifth every other year and do a head count and that's how they did they come up with the number of homeless people in the United States that's ridiculous and of course warm weather climates are gonna have a higher number we don't know what the number of homeless people as with any specificity because it's something that poor people go in and out of all the time this is a federal responsibility to ensure that people in the United States have a decent place to live that they can afford and we now spend fifty four billion dollars a year in two thousand four constant dollars less on affordable housing than we did before the homeless crisis kicked in in the early nineteen eighties restore that funding look at the cause and effect of eliminating that funding and you'll see the numbers of homeless people go way down because we all know nothing and homelessness like a home. I'd like to turn to San Francisco mayor London braid talking about the causes of homelessness and San Francisco she was interviewed on PBS last month. housing affordability is at the core of what I know is a challenge for even middle income families struggling to live in San Francisco between twenty ten and twenty fifteen the city we concentrate on jobs jobs jobs with a two point six percent unemployment rate but during that same time for every eight jobs we create it we created one unit of housing and then it was like a battle between people who are moving here people have lived here folks are being pushed out of communities that they were born and raised in like my friends and family and and including the public housing I grew up in it was three hundred units it was torn down and only two hundred units were built so there were a lot of mistakes that were made around housing and housing production and over around a portable housing

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Wildfire victims thrust into Northern California housing shortage

WBZ Midday News

00:45 sec | 4 years ago

Wildfire victims thrust into Northern California housing shortage

"Jamie Yoko says it's nearly impossible for evacuees to find a place to live at mayor is the executive director of the housing authority of Butte county as of the date of the crisis. There might be a thousand units and Butte county that were available all of those units or spoken for now. California was already facing a housing shortage of almost a million and a half unit. The so-called camp fire in northern California. The state's deadliest and most destructive nearly ninety people dead thirty five thousand left homeless. Also in northern California today. A manhunt is underway. As authorities are searching for a cop killer officials say a gunman on the loose after unloading on a police officer during a routine traffic, stop the victim.

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Couple linked to California "house of horrors" to face trial

Doug Stephan

00:55 sec | 4 years ago

Couple linked to California "house of horrors" to face trial

"For mental health with mental health professionals getting nurses even like parent coaches into the home at a time when they can do good at the front end and keep these issues from developing and becoming much larger as kids get older and develop larger problems broccoli says the program has enjoyed big success thus far a california couple accused of disturbing abuse case they're heading to trial the charges include child abuse and false imprisonment now a judge here in southern california ruling there is enough evidence for david in louise turpin to stand trial on forty nine counts filed against them during a preliminary hearing prosecutors showed evidence of the couple chain their children to bed and deprive them of food the turpin pleaded not guilty they will be arraigned next month alex stone abc news los angeles friday edition of colorado's morning news continues in just a moment here koa newsradio.

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