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"california senate" Discussed on KOMO

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"california senate" Discussed on KOMO

"Watering will be limited to two days per week We're three years into a major drought And the first three months of this year were the driest ever recorded in California And the California Senate is going one step further passing the bill to limit indoor water usage Right now the state standard for daily indoor usage is 55 gallons per person but under the bill passed by the Senate that would be lower to 42 gallons in the coming years In the meantime Lake mead which supplies water to 7 states is evaporating before our eyes with levels dropping a 170 feet since the 1980s With that white line to remind us what full is it's definitely it's obvious something is changed The low water level now revealing at least two bodies one dating back decades The person had been shot and was stuffed in a barrel It was kind of freaky We had to keep questioning ourselves if this was really real or not The discoveries are recalling the days of organized crime in nearby Las Vegas Oscar Goodman a former Vegas mayor and defense attorney for members of the mob tells The Associated Press quote there's no telling what we'll find in Lake mead It's not a bad place to dump a body Authorities are working to identify those remains as for the bill in California limiting indoor water use It still needs to be approved by the state assembly Monaco sarabi ABC News New York And Arizona inmate who was convicted of a murder more than 40 years ago was put to death today The first time in 8 years the state of Arizona has carried out an execution Frank Strata the deputy director of the Arizona Department of Corrections makes the announcement Today by the order of the Supreme Court the state of Arizona carried out the death sentence of clarence W Dixon by means of lethal injection at the Arizona prison complex in Florida Florence Dixon lost his final appeal last minute delay.

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California to Extend Eviction Ban, Pay Back Rent for Tenants

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

California to Extend Eviction Ban, Pay Back Rent for Tenants

"California lawmakers have agreed to extend an eviction band and pay off back rent for eligible tenants California governor Gavin Newsom and state legislators announced a deal to extend a moratorium on evictions that was scheduled to expire on Wednesday there are requirements tenants must make eighty percent or less of the area median income pay at least twenty five percent of what they owe by the end of September and signed a declaration that they've experienced economic hardship because of the pandemic California banned evictions last spring as part of the effort to allow people to stay home and slow the spread of the corona virus California Senate president Toni Atkins says that while our state may be emerging from the pandemic in many ways the lingering financial impact still weighs heavily on California families I'm Jennifer king

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Writing of infrastructure bill to take place in May, Pelosi says

Mark Belling

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Writing of infrastructure bill to take place in May, Pelosi says

"No timetable yet I'm getting President Biden Infrastructure plan to a vote passing a comprehensive infrastructure investment packages. URGENT House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says and drafting legislation could start next month when we're ready. We have the best possible bill. That's when we'll go forward. President Biden's two and a quarter trillion dollar proposal so far likes any support from Republicans and a group of Democrats also want changes to a trump era tax provisions limiting deductions for state and local taxes. I'm a big supporter of their position, as you probably know, it was devastating to the state of California Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. Is he will fight Democrats on the infrastructure plan every step of the way. Jared Halpern

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"california senate" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"california senate" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is actually a very radical pro abortion, pro Death party. But many people think they can change it very hard to do. But if they're going to be pro life and they want to get the party A drop that platform Well, we encourage that. We encourage the Democrat Party to actually adhere to the principles it talks about, which is protecting the oppressed and the vulnerable as Senator David Roberta. He was the president Pro TEM of the California Senate. She told me once because he was pro life. But he was being pushed out of the party by the radicals, he said. Brian by Julian this party because it's the party of the vulnerable and the little guy, and I can see no clearer example of that than in the killing. That happens an abortion. I have to be pro life. He believed the Democrat Party Needed to be pro life. But that's not the case right now in the party, and they're still individual members people because of their Background, their cultural values their family upbringing. They want to stay Democrats. So we have Democrats for life. We work with other groups of different political background work closely with the California Republican Assembly, other political groups. Most importantly in every sphere, every sphere of culture. We are asserting the value and integrity of the human person the value in the sanctity of each and every life, which are laws at one time upheld. So that's what we do here in California Pro life and I'm reminding you that because of giving Tuesday it's coming up. Please go to California Pro life Don orig we have cause for the radio and podcast. We have cost for things like the film festivals, and all of.

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Zuckerberg and Dorsey Face Harsh Questioning From Lawmakers

Todd and Don

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Zuckerberg and Dorsey Face Harsh Questioning From Lawmakers

"Committee held a hearing yesterday with Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey. Seems to look like he's living in a cave these days old man, the poor guy he looks like he could be living on the streets of Seattle anyway. The social media giants Atlanta censorship of conservative lawmakers in media, Alex was the focus of the conversation. A ranking member and California Senate Senator Dianne Feinstein, raised concerns that President Trump's post on the platforms were in Enticing violence.

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"california senate" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"california senate" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A number of people also did congratulate the president elect, and hopefully the president's team will will will do the right thing in the end. Tropical Storm Edda lashing Cuba heading towards South Florida Hurricane and storm surge warnings have been issued for parts of the Florida Keys. It could become a hurricane before it gets there. Millions watched nightly his bravely facing A deadly disease. Long time Jeopardy. Host Alex Trebek has died after waging a brave, very public battle with stage four pancreatic cancer. One of the most enduring and recognizable figures on television, often a private man. Trebek was candid about his condition You're back, had hoped to live to see his two year survival against cancer in February. You're listening to ABC News. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. California Governor Gavin Newsome was looking at multiple options on who will replace Vice President elect Kamala Harris in the U. S. Senate knew some insiders tell Politico he's considering nominating California Secretary of State Alex Padilla to the position video would become the first Latino senator from the Golden State. If that happens, Congresswoman Karen Bass and Barbara Lee are also on the list as his long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia Garcia is considered a rising star in the California Democratic Party and would be the state's first openly gay senator if picked Senate President Pro TEM Toni Atkins. Is also a candidate. She is the first woman and openly LGBTQ person to lead the California Senate. The Golden State Warriors sent a congratulatory gift to a longtime fan. After the predicted victory for Biden and Harris on Saturday, the team sent Bay Area native Kamala Harris, one of their new jerseys for the upcoming season. I'm Johnny D. Agostini. Sacramento traffic. Good afternoon. The right gumming up a bit in Roseville, north bound 65 sluggish between blue ox and 12 bridges chains required on both.

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"california senate" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"california senate" Discussed on 790 KABC

"ABC. Former California Senate majority leader Gloria Romero joins us at the top of the hour. Two new polls out of the state of Florida show President Trump leading former vice President Joe Biden among Latino voters. What exactly does that mean? She'll be here to explain that to you Right now we're joined by Dr Nian Hayworth, who is a medical doctor, former member of Congress representing the state of New York, or you can follow on Twitter at Nan Hayworth. We're taking your calls at 800 to 2 to ABC. 1 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to But before we go back to the calls, Randy, we've got some new sound The Wicked Witch of the West Coast. Dr Barbara for rare and I use that term doctor in jest because she Not a medical doctor, even though she makes more than most medical doctors and $530,000 a year just finished off part of her press conference by officially decreeing that Halloween as long as well as Yom Kapur, Thanksgiving and Christmas and Christmas Eve, Midnight Mass. It's all getting canceled. But I want to note that every time we have seen transmission rates fall, uh our natural response is to let up and want to return to greater normalcy. This will be especially true as we're returning to the as we're going into the fall and winter months, but when we have a number of important religious and secular holidays But unfortunately, what we have learned over the last seven months is that we cannot return to normal at this time. We actually need to maintain even more our vigilance so that we can continue to suppress the spread of the virus and get to a place where we can safely reopened additional sectors. Particularly our schools. So we do ask that people began to think ahead about how they're going to navigate the fall in the winner carefully. And this includes planning for the upcoming Halloween. For this year. It's just simply not safe to celebrate in the ways that we usually D'oh We're recommending that trick or treat trick or treating not happened this year, and that gatherings events parties, carnivals festival's haunted House attractions These are already prohibited under the health officer order and should not be part of our Halloween celebrations..

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Los Angeles - California Senate To Restart Investigations Into States COVID 19 Response

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles - California Senate To Restart Investigations Into States COVID 19 Response

"Senate are letting Governor Gavin Newsom no, they're ready to restart oversight hearings on the state's responds to the cover 19 PANDEMIC case. Tim Lance has more on that for us. In a seven page letter to the governor, several senators say that they plan to take a closer look at his plans for improving the handling of unemployment insurance claims that the troubled ee Dee dee virus testing tracing band prevention, the reopening of schools, the personal protection equipment supply chain in the state and a better idea of how money approved by the Legislature will be spent. On all of this no later than September 15th. They say that these are the topics most important of their constituents and need immediate action. At least two Senate committees will begin meeting later this month and continue to meet into November. Tim Lance News

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"california senate" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"california senate" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kfbk 6 30 at JFK. Good evening. I'm Kitty O'Neil with KFBK. Friday edition of the afternoon news. Stories now trending it's going to be, AH Hot weekend could be without electricity for some will take a look. Members of the California Senate ready to restart oversight hearings on the state's response. To the cove in 19 pandemic and get this sacrament of being called one of the worst places to drive. Let's get some sure. Africa Speaking of traffic and weather right now is start with cancer gave Bob William I just call it job security. This report is brought to us by East Lawn. Well, when you have a road like the eastbound Cap City freeway that goes from really or five lanes to three and then down to two. You can have little things like that going on. Unfortunately, right now there's not enough traffic cause a problem. Cap City Freeway the first threat your drive to Roseville, eight minutes 50 to 80 on the 88 minutes out to Douglass Boulevard. But I'll be in town for the weekend of Labor, Labor Day weekend heavy traffic after Douglass Boulevard all around Atlantic Street and sluggish all the way out in the Newcastle area on eastbound 80. Heading home. Del Groves have found five just 11 minutes south down 99 11 minutes also, but heavy traffic south of El Grew Boulevard all way down the Arno road. Still haven't found a reason for it. No reports of road worker a crash but still very slow. Eastbound 50 18 minutes out to fulsome Boulevard from downtown 16 minutes on north Found five out the woodland. Those heavy traffic from the river to the airport out to Davis on the westbound side 5 50 80 13 minutes Stop and go traffic on the eastbound side for 1 13 past Mace. There may be times when we're apart. East Lawn understands the importance of coming together to grieve the loss of a friend or family member Count on East Lawn to be your compassionate guy to providing the closure you need. Learn more. Salon dot com. Today, Traffic of the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Bob Williams News 93.1 Tonight Daisy Equality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups of.

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"california senate" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"california senate" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Michael Krasny a contentious bill and me to allow more housing production here transit and and single family neighborhoods failed yesterday in the California Senate SP fifty spurred intense opposition from critics who said it wouldn't encourage enough subsidized housing and would take away cities control over local planning decisions on the other hand housing advocates call this bee fifty California single best hope to boost housing production in a state that experts estimate is short by three and a half million homes the bill's author say centers got winner of San Francisco is not giving up just yet but the chances his colleagues reverse course today are slim we tell you who's joining us for this segment Erin ball the series here with us in studio affordable housing reporter for KQED welcome Erin thank you for having me good to have you also good to have William Dylan who joins us from Sacramento reporter with the Los Angeles Times and locally and Dylan good morning good morning to you Erin let me begin with you if I may this is the third year in a row it's fallen short three votes short and basically the opposition boils down it seems once again to the concern over local control and not enough affordable housing yeah I mean this is going to be controversial from the start these are people who have since it was introduced been opposed to this bill they've been very vocal about their opposition the affordable housing folks have been a little bit less vocal but getting more vocal certainly as the the bill was moving to the floor I think they were trying to work in good faith with senator winners office and try to reach a compromise on the bill but as it was nearing a vote they you know be centered sending letters saying vote no on this and there is so I am doing a kind of geographical split here is no yeah it was interesting to watch some of the boats coming down yesterday and the opposition from the you know most of the entire delegation from the Los Angeles area there were nine LA area centers a senator's rather either voting no or abstaining on the bill and obviously when you have when the bill for three votes short not having support from the largest region the state is going to be a problem well you down there in southern California you had a position from Bob hurts for for example from van Nuys who said that yeah it's it's too much avoiding the power of local government and also single family homeowners but you also had a good deal of effort on the part of station or Holly Mitchell yes I think the opposition to this which I'm as Erin noted is kind of coming from two different sources a lot from suburban single family homeowners worried about changes to the character of their community also from a and G. dash of gentrification and anti displacement groups worried about develop potentially fueling more developers she feeling those issues I think that encompassed a lot of the opposition from Los Angeles you had senders can talking about that you mentioned Bob Hertzberg talking about the concern about local governments are losing some control and Holly Mitchell talking about the concern about did have occasion displacement so all of the opposition is gonna wrapped into what folks from LA were talking about yesterday and we should mention here in northern California there were votes of no by Steve Glazer veranda cherry hill cemetery and bill died of napa but this is up for reconsideration today are and it seems unlikely it seems almost just like a courtesy but there's a lot going on behind the scenes that's right right now the folks who are you know supportive of this bill are making calls they're trying to get constituents to make calls are trying to get friends moms to make calls are trying to get everyone that they know to put pressure on their representatives to either flip their vote or or to get those six senators who abstained or one center was absent to to to make a call to to vote yes or you know even vote is put this to bed really well leave Dylan governors from did not endorse SP fifty but he has made pledges to increase our own building by about five fold and certainly has a lot of interest in this in some saying he was working in favor of it at this point what kind of club can the governor have to reverse things if any and what you gonna do yeah it's interesting you know he's kind of walked in interesting line particularly this year with this bill as he noted he has to pay a late promised to really expand home building in the state of the mail on the campaign while he's kind of walk that back a little bit I think central to his plan to help resolve that cal California's housing problems is to try to do things that would spare a big increase in production and this bill has been seen for better or worse as though the main measure to try to do that yeah this year he's talked about wanting to work aggressively with leadership in the Senate and members that move this bill forward but still kind of kept his distance not actually embracing the entire thing and so you know yesterday when there was a break between after the first vote and when that kind of the vote finally ended he did call at least one of his one democratic senator into his office bill dot it at representative from napa gonna talk about what was going on and you know document the meeting ended up voting no and so it's the one kind of unclear to us exactly how much of a shoulder Newsome is putting into trying to get this bill across the finish line and if it does end up feeling that I think the onus is on him to put something forward that that that his idea if you will to to try to meet the scale of the campaign promises that he's well let's hear what your listeners have to say I'd like to have you weigh in I know there was a lot of concern about this bill on both sides and now is an opportunity for you to react to the fact that it went down but as I said there is an attempt at least to get another vote through though it seems pretty slim at this point let me hear from you though if you have some thought you'd like to express here this is an opportunity for you to do so in give us a call we invite you to call.

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California's polarizing housing bill SB 50 has died in the state Senate

Pat Thurston

00:21 sec | 2 years ago

California's polarizing housing bill SB 50 has died in the state Senate

"The leader of the California Senate vows to pass along this year that would boost housing production in the state Senate president pro tem Toni Atkins comments came moments after the Senate failed to pass an ambitious housing built not bill with a force local governments to let developers build small apartment buildings in some neighborhoods reserve for single family

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Woman arrested after throwing red liquid on California Senate

Frontlines of Freedom

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Woman arrested after throwing red liquid on California Senate

"A woman tossed a red liquid from the public gallery of the California Senate Friday splashing it on to lawmakers and forcing them to finish their work in a committee room on the final day of their legislative session senators are just that is taking a boat with a woman tossed the substance on the floor of the Senate declaring that's for the dead babies Senate president pro tem Toni Atkins at a crime was committed today but the Senate will not be deterred from the plating the Senate's business he told lawmakers as the Senate reconvenes Senate Republican leader chatting growth indicated police arrested the woman the drama unfolded on the final day of the legislative session after cross

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Woman arrested after throwing liquid on California Senate

KFBK Weekend Live With Sam Shane

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Woman arrested after throwing liquid on California Senate

"California police have arrested a woman who threw a feminine hygiene device containing what appeared to be blood on to the floor of the state Senate splashing onto lawmakers on the final day of the legislative session centers had just finished taking a vote Friday when the woman tosses absence from the public gallery saying that's for

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Woman arrested after throwing liquid on California Senate

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Woman arrested after throwing liquid on California Senate

"California State Senate was close the chamber was closed down last night and declared a crime scene after a protester threw a substance from the public gallery above the Senate floor state senator Scott Weiner says senators were debating a bill on the floor when it happened the gallery that's above us and it sounds to me like a woman's voice said something about the blood and thanks to route the some sort of file or container of red

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"california senate" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"california senate" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The signed the bill into law a California Senate bill recently signed by governor Newsome will force law enforcement agencies to rewrite their use of force policies to comply with the related legislation from the assembly the assembly bill something governor Newsome said could be a catalyst for change across the country to change the way people themselves to hold themselves to a higher standard. that he is in front of us that so work inside of us it is now California law for police to be trained in ways to avoid using lethal force it also requires officers to be trained to de escalate confrontations and find alternatives to shooting suspects several fire crews are quickly getting a handle on a three acre grass fire in north in the Thomas that sparked earlier this afternoon captain Keith Wade says the blaze broke out just after twelve be behind the intercom high school near north Metromix regional park there was a concern by teachers and staff that they could see the smoke it appeared as if the fire was happening for progress the fact not fire department though had full control of that fire they'd never initiated any sort of evacuation from intercom high school or surrounding area while firefighters had the blaze fully surrounded by one o'clock crews are still mopping up hot spots no one was hurt no buildings are in danger a lake in elk Grove neighborhood is tested positive for toxic algae health officials announcing Wednesday that the lakes in the Camden passage neighborhood tested positive for sign of bacteria that consumes community service district they have put up signs around the lake warning people and their pets to stay out of the water the lake water will be tested weekly a congressman from the Sacramento area is reacting to the controversy stirred up by former Texas congressman Beto o'rourke at last night's democratic debate when he said hell yes we're taking your A. R. fifteen don't grow congressman Armey Vera told KSDK he watched the debates and said rocks comments were fueled by last month's shooting in his hometown of el Paso I thank you for asking a lot of the concerned a lot of America yelp that that yeah I think the best way to approach reducing gun violence first we actually should close some of the background check all second we should have honest debate over ownership of assault weapons A. R. fifty look better I added that mental health concerns should be added to the conversation yeah I think mental health is part of the component here so how do we incorporate the. out of the conversation while the fourth democratic debate will be held on October fifteenth and sixteenth Kevin Sheridan news not if you buy one Kathy Kay a segment of jewelry maker gaining international recognition for her hand crafted jewelry Elise tallest began selling her jewelry on the online shopping site at sea she's now finalised in the first at C. design awards so tell us is competing for fifteen thousand dollars against artists from around the world her gossamer style airings were selected for the competition tell us as each piece of jewelry is hand made in a studio in mid town the winners of the at C. design awards will be announced by the end of the month and now we'll get you caught up on all this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one KFBK.

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"california senate" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"california senate" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Happy. for the bill. the guarantees. the citizens of New York. that we're doing their job. or just happened to be there live there of course school there will be taken care of two of twenty nineteen. twenty ninety I'm sorry twenty nineteen twenty nineteen. the fight still continues in and and the World Trade Center whole health program. they had it at twenty five thousand slots and twenty fifteen I believe. the report came out the other day that that'll be filled up by the end of twenty twenty. so believe it or not we need new legislation for World Trade Center health program. the fed people because so many people were getting sick Alvarez died from cancer weeks after you testified before Congress urging lawmakers to extend the victim compensation fund course that find many first responders that responded to the attack rely on that to pay their medical bills the California Senate passed a bill that would give new wage and benefit protections to workers' said the so called gig economy you're talking companies like uber and left it would make those companies classified their workers as employees instead author of the sharing economy a rune as Sundararajan told CNBC not all employees will be happy with that well it would certainly change.

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 California closer to letting college athletes make money

Valentine in the Morning

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

California closer to letting college athletes make money

"California is getting closer to paying college athletes yesterday the California assembly passed legislation like college athletes makes money line in the higher agents to be paid for the use of the name image or like this on a number of high profile universities oppose the bill in the answer to a has warned that it could make California schools in eligible for national championships California Senate will make a final vote on the bill by

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"california senate" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:02 min | 3 years ago

"california senate" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Human smugglers and traffickers robbers rapists we know all of this is going on because we see the reports of of of these women being raped on the way to Mexico and then on their way to America the people literally being killed on the passage way we know the people are rob sometimes multiple times before they finally make it in the United States and somehow it's our fault that our facilities aren't holiday inns Greg is not just the not holiday into drinking out of the toilet I don't believe that I just don't believe it and by the way I love how I gesture points this out that border bill that Nancy Pelosi pushed the Democrats passed in the house thankfully the Senate didn't approve it that bill the Nancy Pelosi one it had a provision in it and it said that the US government would be mandate to broadcast the information about our child accompaniment policy outside of the United States so the people who are thinking about asylum would be made aware of it so think think about that so we have Nancy had her way we would be spending US taxpayer dollars to tell people in foreign countries Hey if you come to America with the child we have to let you in and then we have to let you stay in the United States we can hold you from one twenty days that would've been required in her bill are you kidding me no but remember Nancy Pelosi is one of the people that told you this wasn't a crisis you know yeah we I we can't let this go great little bit here Washington free beacon they put together a little montage of cuts of the Democrats telling you there was no crisis this is not a crisis is the fake crisis trump is manufactured this crisis there's no such thing we had top Democrats several presidential candidates over the past year saying this was totally made up and there is no crisis at all Nancy Pelosi Democrat California Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer Democrat New York there is no crisis at the border says Danny Hoyer Democrat Maryland that was in February so listen all these different people Democratic National Committee chairman Tom press there was a maid of crisis representative Debbie Powell Democrat Florida said was a crisis that does not exist at the border represented Jim Himes Dennett Democrat Connecticut fake crisis doesn't exist presidential candidates yeah senator Sanders senator Harris senator Warren New York City mayor bill de Blasio former Obama official who down Castro former Texas congressman better Rourke all all said there was no crisis it was made up by trump okay let's hear a little bit of that well cut six please the president has said that there's somehow this crisis at the border that's a lie that couldn't be further from the truth we have a pressing indicted state was created a few about a crisis at the border this president just use the jammer drop of the oval office to manufacture a crisis so I'm expecting a declaration of a national emergency around a fake crisis that doesn't exist this made up crisis at the border holding American people hostage like stop manufacturing a crisis there is no crisis at the border there is no crisis in arrivals we are focusing on a crisis that does not exist at the border and trump you shut down the government over a fake crisis at the border so those are all Democrats hello see Schumer who in Castro calmly Heris no no no no no no no crisis whatsoever and then we had CNN finally noticing maybe there was a crisis don lemon setting it up cut seven who doesn't take immigration is a crisis a deadly serious crisis the humanitarian crisis I got to show you this picture whenever not said that there was a quite there's a humanitarian crisis at the border see so Nancy Pelosi note that we never said there's not a crisis I mean there's a humanitarian crisis of the border but they don't think it's a problem for America do they really think that's a winning message for these presidential elections I mean it might be for the primary and the democratic side because they've gone totally off the left the band never go full lefty remember the movie tropic thunder if the movie tropic thunder Ben Stiller Robert Downey junior well in the movie Ben Stiller played a mentally handicapped special needs kid in in in another movie he was an actor in the movie an actor in the end you know so a movie inside a movie kind of thing and he didn't do well the the movie didn't do well and so Robert Downey junior's characters talking to Ben Stiller's character and said the problem is you went full and he used the word is used to let you know he used the word **** which of course we don't like to use don't use the R. word so I said you never go for seeing a little bit you go for the half way you never go full are because you go full are then the audience feels all weird and it just won't do well you will do good in the movie right that was a little scene and it's the same thing for left this socialist like the Democrats you can't ever go full lefty never go full lefty because I'm thank god America still doesn't want to go full lefty but that's what they're doing to try to win this primary that's what they're doing and in the these unintended consequences are popping up I mean really we could do a whole show on that yesterday we talked about unintended consequences with designer babies today now we got unintended consequences of of saying Hey we can't separate children and families of course so what happens when you bring your children that way they can't separate it at that with the let you stay forever maybe it's not an unintended consequence for the Democrats maybe that's exactly what they want and then and then you know you you keep looking at an unintended consequences how about how about No Way we're just going to help the homeless right in in everything they're doing isn't helping them it's actually making a worse and it's bringing more homeless to them and exacerbating the problem and now LA is full of trash in rats and diseases that we thought we had a radic cater from the United States I'm gonna get to that in a little bit Dr drew has been predicting typhus and even play get to return to LA because of the heinous conditions the horrendous condition we don't know what's going on on the border you need to talk about what's going on in LA the streets of LA like the third world now it is the unintended consequences of supposedly being compassionate for the homeless it's not compassionate when you don't help them it's not compassionate to enable a homeless person to stay on as drugs to stay on his alcohol to stay homeless by just giving them free stuff that is not compassion because you're hurting them you're not helping them compassion is helping them get back on their own feet and sometimes it takes tough love that's why places like the salvation army do a right they say look we want to help you but you got to get off the substances first will help you do that but you have to agree to do it and then you have to agree that you're going to work with us to get you a job because you got to get back up on your feet so you take yourself otherwise we're not gonna help you because otherwise all we're doing is enabling you to continue this horrible pattern of behavior that is leading to a horrible life for you but the Democrats will say that's mean wow wow all right I I there's so much more we get you're not gonna hit this illegal immigration thing again at the top of the last hour of the show but I also want to get you some other stuff like mayor de Blasio running for president what we'll hear what he says Medicare for all should pay for all right and a good and bad story about those package thieves that steal stuff off your porch all that coming up in just a second my name is Greg Knapp eight four four dig Chad get you on the program I'm in for Chad and Chad Benson show freedom doesn't start in the White House it starts in your house here cell increible most of us remember our childhood best friend the bonds we developed early in life he just the value of friendship and many of those bonds last a lifetime yes there is a debate many American schools about banning the very concept of best friends some say it is exclusionary and mean that it leads to clicks for some while leaving others out but the truth is that having good friends matters and the ability.

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"california senate" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"california senate" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Prices could spike, again depending on tensions in the Middle East. The trade war. With China or if a refinery goes off line for an extended period of time, Bill, the targets manufacturers of smart. Speakers has cleared the California state assembly if signed into law, the Bill called the anti eaves dropping act would bars smart speaker manufacturers from keeping or distributing voice recordings or transcriptions, without the user's consent reveals author, Republican Jordan Cunningham of San Luis Obispo, argues that private conversations in the home should remain private. And no company should have the ability to record those conversations without consent, the legislation that moves onto the California Senate. It's five thirty three now at KFC K, an abnormal hail storm hit Placido last Tuesday. The hail Kim was force, according to Chris Hoover, who owns Hoover Ville, orchards Hoover, says he's seen his share of weather hazards in decades of his experience. But this twenty minute hailstorm was different in the fruit to damage unlike anything he's seen before. One side of the food is most beautiful new turn decide up that the damage. It looks like birds came in and just poked holes in like, I would say every he'd been hit twenty five times. The orchard is seventy two acres has about ten thousand trees producing a hundred different kinds of fruits, who were says now he needs volunteers to help with the damage in the aftermath of the strike. But now it's taken four times as long my my crew can only handle twenty five percent and our funds are set up for that crew. And so now.

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"california senate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"california senate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To do decipher what happened yesterday. We'll get to more of that coming up here in just a little bit president gives the attorney general, the thirty two declassified documents that on the way the California Senate votes to put warning labels on soda. Pop trade worries the New York fed with and there's you know there's more analyzing coming out now from was at UBS the, the financial institution came out. We talked about that yesterday about how many small businesses will be affected by the terrorists that we could lose twelve thousand brick and mortar stores because of the tariffs, and they said, even if it's half of that they said, even our prediction is wrong, and it's only six thousand that is a major hit to brick and mortar in the United States. Also, the New York fed coming out with actually some numbers at the tariffs will cost each family in the United States over eight hundred bucks and we'll get to that. Meanwhile, the president to subsidize farmer. And other sixteen billions for the Chinese responding to the, the terrorist terrorists of their own. So we'll get to that and more because trade worries seemed to have hit yesterday, and you're tell me during the break, we were getting into discussion, you were talking about the fact that it looks like Wall Street is starting to price in the fact that these terrorists might not be short term. They might might there a long, long time. Well and, and that, that begs the question is that why the president's trying to get US NCA done is that he believes that it really is going to take some leverage from other nations against China. Get deal done with China, what we've said, all along.

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"california senate" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"california senate" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"So here's the question. You vape? If you. Like, the flavored tobacco's I've noticed a lot around me. I was just on the road speaking as many of you know, and I did the show from savannah, and a lot of the people that I was round were vaping. And it's interesting in California. They're trying to put the hammer down on that a new law would ban the sale of flavored tobacco in California. So Scott Balan joins us now. And he spent as I said before decades and decades involved in lots of issues related to tobacco and public health. And this is what we're talking about the hundred thousand plus of California's former adult smokers that they say would potentially be pushed back because of this proposed legislation why because the theory is if you vape, and you do the flavored tobacco thing you're getting off of nicotine, and it's much better to wean yourself off of it and go in that direction. So Scott, thank you so much. For joining us on the show pleasure back. Let's talk about where we are with this whole new law thing, and what's happened here because the California Senate health committee due to prove that Senate Bill thirty eight so what does that mean? The whole issue of flavorings has become a very national state and local and a lot of us because of the concerns about this type that a lot of that lessons are very team. More more trying of cigarettes and cigarettes do have flavors himself a lot of people feel that the function. Ban of the flavors and these product take away the enticement. I understand that fully agree that no child no lessons you to that nicotine product. But I think there are also benefits to having responsible flavor. Products out there for the thirty million. Always forget that they're thirty million out there smoking deadly cigarettes. Cigarettes. Don't here's the real problem in this country, even the master about the a and other vaping may be part of the solution to helping them get off at deadly cigarette happened and do that you have to have products are consumers of all of them including having have flavors. So where do you all the lines is the real challenge? But yeah. Yeah. The big question is almost answer this myself, but who is the government poking around this and getting involved and tried to ban the flavors tobacco products because they want their piece of the pie. Well, I think that you know, a lot of my colleagues I've been in by for long time with big tobacco. And I think you're fair full that we're seeing new industry developed big tobacco. But it's a lot of other middle middle of the small companies that are potentially taking advantage and selling products are addictive. I think since we do have like the FDA. We can we can talk about having a win win situation. Doing more to prevent any adolescent any Cabaco product taking away the aggressive marketing of these products using the flavors, but also making sure we're providing the smoker with alternatives that are consumer acceptable. And responsibly labeled and marketed. I mean, we have an app had for years gum and the lozenges by companies called nicotine replacement products. It's nicotine derived from combat tobacco flavors. They always have had players, and no one has ever raised. Concern about that. I think it's the abuse in the in the marketplace at the moment that we should be looking at you know, putting a cracking down.

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"california senate" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"california senate" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"A lot around me. I was just on the road speaking as many of you know, and I did the show from savannah, and a a lot of the people that I was around were vaping. And it's interesting in California. They're trying to put the hammer down on that a new law would ban the sale of flavored tobacco in California. So Scott Balan joins us now. And he spent as I said before decades and decades involved in lots of issues related to tobacco and public health. And this is what we're talking about the hundred thousand plus of California's former adult smokers that they say would potentially be pushed back because of this proposed legislation why because the theory is if you vape, and you do the flavored tobacco thing you're getting off of nicotine, and it's much better to wean yourself off of it and go in that direction. So Scott thank. You so much for joining us on the show pleasure back. Let's talk about where we are with this whole new law thing, and what's happened here because the California Senate health committee did approve that Senate Bill thirty eight. So what does that mean? The whole issue of flavorings has become a very local issue and a lot of us because of the concerns about this. That. Are vaping? More more trying e cigarettes and cigarettes do have flavors. A lot of people feel.

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"california senate" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"california senate" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Around me. I was just on the road speaking as many of you know, and did the show from savannah, and a a lot of the people that I was around were vaping. And it's interesting in California. They're trying to put the hammer down on that a new law would ban this sale of flavored tobacco in California. So Scott Balan joins us now. And he spent as I said before decades and decades involved in lots of issues related to tobacco and public health. And what we're talking about the hundred thousand plus of California's former adult smokers that they say would potentially be pushed back because of this proposed legislation why because the theory is if you've ape, and you do the flavored tobacco thing you're getting off of nicotine, and it's much better to wean yourself off of it and go in that direction. So Scott, thank you. So. So much for joining us on the show. Pleasure back. Let's talk about where we are with this whole new law thing, and what's happened here because the California Senate health committee did approve that Senate Bill thirty eight. So what does that mean? This the whole issue flavorings has become very hot national local issue and a lot of us because of the concerns. A lot of adolescents are more more trying e cigarettes and. Do have flavors of them. So. People feel that the solution is to ban the flavors in these products. Take away the enticement. I understand that fully agree that.

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"california senate" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"california senate" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Protection plan for evacuation. Or prepare residents who may need to write out of fires in safe areas. Nick Cammarata general counsel with the California building industry association says the Bill is a housing killer. Everybody's got an interesting tact. If you don't malice that against California's need for for shelter. And that how we got to this point so far everybody obsesses everybody. I mean our legislature obsesses over one particular risk factor. Cammarata says his daughter was affected by the Thomas fire. So he's sensitive to the need to protect against the threat of wildfires. But he says rather than introducing more regulations. He says the key is to focus on prevention measures that are already working Senator hannah-beth Jackson who authored the Bill says more needs to be done. There is nothing in the Bill to prohibit building. What the Bill does is. It says an areas that are of extreme fire risk. We're gonna require that you build those homes to resist those fires to be able to endure in case a wildfire. Does Frank in the Bill is now headed to the California Senate appropriations committee for fiscal review? All right. Thanks so much. Former vice president Joe Biden expected to jump into the race for the White House tomorrow. How will he do it? What are is chances? We go deeper with a political insider from ABC next local news.

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"california senate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"california senate" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"We're gonna play family feud, but Eric already knows the answer. Yeah. In for that. I sent him that I set him the cliffs yesterday, and I forgot. Yeah. I know you did really didn't want to use your last call from the Brig to call. But. House Roger stone doing are you guys holding out? Okay. We're good. We're good. I still can't get over his tattoo. Like, I saw picture of again. You saw in the shower today. I'll go with that later. We're going to talk about this across talk twenty billion for the resignation of Trump. What do you think? So I think that the heartache that a Fox News morning show tank. So that's I think that was my frustration. The first hour of the show is I was a little disappointed and Trump, but realize disappointed myself because I had nothing like, I know I know like interesting even thought about I was like, well, this is just annoying and the Democrats win right side. No. And then Wayne calls in without hunger. And I'm rolling with it. Here's the thing. I put on Facebook. I put on Facebook. It's I get the stats. I can see the staff it's reached three hundred people. Saddlebag bed. Pro cloud doing some show prep today. And I was on info wars, and of course, and they had the exclusive with Roger stone. And he was talking about the there's not just an attack on on on people. It's attack on him. But civilians the media, and that's what's happening. Okay. When you're having lunch with Roger stone later, tell him I'm being shot Oban to on the book. Okay. Yep. We put some money on your books fan. See later. I didn't both bond Bill for well money. They wanted two hundred and fifty grand for stone. They wanted three hundred thousand for miles. And I said I can't do that size pitched fifty bucks for some toothpaste in basic necessities. I could do it. But not. Oh, no, no, no tangled up in that. So this was going to be the game family feud. This is a California Senate committee the judiciary committee, California state Senate. This is the head of the committee. She's from Santa Barbara the chair. She says that the committee is no longer allowed to use this word..

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"california senate" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"california senate" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"They're looking for somebody to drive it. Well, apparently, the planners peanut mobile is rolling through town. I don't know if you've ever seen the planners peanut mobile. But it's a big peanut instead of a big winner. So way, we have we have not seen Weiner sign. I just didn't know how to present those facts. So Troy listener emails me during the break. And he said because I tossed out to break saying, hey, you know, this stuff about California California's nuts now, and then we went to break, and he said he literally driving down the road. And I said California's nuts, and he looks up and there's the damn peanut mobile. This is like this is weird. Is it going to be at the boat show for some reason? It's no idea. Can it float? Oppose it made by Volkswagen floating. Peanut shell. So anyway, a California they are nuts. California Senate panel a Senate panel decided that they were not going to say the words he and she anymore. They were in use the word when referring to various people because you don't know what gender they see themselves as you know, what I mean. And we don't want to offend them or anything. I'd love to hand them any any page in a book and say, okay, read this by your rules now see how this goes you can make it through. Well, they couldn't. But here's the setup business is to approve the committee rules. I'd like to note in respecting the fact that we are now estate recognizing the non binary designation. As a gender here. Now in state who doesn't recognize biology or biological facts by. So this is so awesome. Because California has like ninety nine thousand problems and one of them eight gender pronouns, but they make it one. He and she we are now merging them. So that we are using what my grandma grandma teacher would have had a heart attack over we're using the phrase day. So we're now going to be grammatically improper. But what we're gonna do? We get our grammar criticize all the time. People say you sound so uneducated, wait a minute, California. Just codified into law. They will use incorrect. Grammar? What if I am speaking about one individual? Why would I say because you are grammatically incorrect, but you're politically, correct? And that is more important to be politically, correct. And graphically, correct. And replacing other designations. So that it's a gender neutral designation of day, and we've done that through most of the basically she's been talking for forty seconds about this ridiculousness primary reforms and revisions to the committee rules. Do they live? They must be so angry all the time. So. And I appreciate it Senator Monning observing that the chair is she. But. Four. This committee it now designates. Using somebody for breaking the rule. Okay. So this is what she's done. She set up the rule and now she's admonishing somebody. I appreciate you. But you're wrong to use that word. But what if I want to be known as he or she wants to be known as she doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. Somebody else might be offended by you, offending, whatever. Who cares? So then a little later. She's still talking about it. Still talking about it still going on and on about it should as it is rooted in our nation's constitution that a woman has a right to control her own body and make her own choices. Why did she have to do about her? I.

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Trump fails to halt 'Apprentice' contestant's defamation lawsuit

The Takeaway

02:14 min | 4 years ago

Trump fails to halt 'Apprentice' contestant's defamation lawsuit

"Talks with kim jong un in other news an appeals court in new york says a former contestant on the apprentice can move ahead with her defamation case against the president npr's carrie johnson reports some reserve owes filed suit after trump called her a liar some reserve os is asking for an apology in money damages after president trump denied her claims he sexually harassed her in tweeted the allegation was a hoax a lower court judge in new york ruled her defamation case against the president could proceed because the judge said no one is above the law now a new york appeals court says servoz can persist for now lawyers for service want access to unaired footage of trump talking about women on the apprentice tv show and they've signaled they wanted to pose the president is well trump's legal team says the president can't be sued in state court and they say can statements did not defames or voice carrie johnson npr news washington residents on hawaii's big island or monitoring kill away of volcano which woke people up before don with the boom here's a wii public radio's coup way he hurry she we heard this morning around four fifteen all go time am that hawaii hawaii volcano royal officials did receive a data stream driven explosion and that ashville and ashfall advisory was boosted by the national weather service this is npr from news i'm brian watt governor jerry brown has signed legislation aimed at protecting undocumented immigrants from having their immigration status disclosed in open court the measure sign this morning would require lawyers to get permission from a judge before discussing someone's immigration status publicly san francisco state senator scott weiner authored the bill he says it would ensure crime victims and witnesses aren't scared away from testifying in court critics say it won't do anything to protect immigrants and may give them false confidence yesterday a group of democrats in the california senate proposed a plan for the state to spend billions of dollars combating homelessness from politics government desk katie or reports the plan calls for taking advantage of california's unexpectedly high tax revenues.

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