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"catherine stefani" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:28 min | 4 months ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"See how far your support can go at unbound dot org's A weekend gathering of 1000. People at San Francisco's Ocean Beach may become the focus of an investigation. People gathered to celebrate the anniversary of burning man. Now Supervisor Catherine Stefani is asking the city attorney and district attorney to investigate to see if charges need to be filed against the organizer's supervisor. Stefani is expected to introduce a resolution at next week's Board of Supervisors meeting. Urging city officials to investigate all large gatherings and the search is on for the suspect who attacked a store clerk after a dispute at a convenience store in Oakland's Fruitvale district. Police say the incident happened around 6 A.m. on Monday in the parking lot of a quick stop store. Police say the clerk was stabbed and beaten by two male customers. Suspects then got into a truck driven by a third person and drove off. The victim is reported as in stable condition. You have any information on this incident? Please contact your local authorities immediately. Now let's take a look at your traffic sponsored by feeling the weight of coded 19. But for kids in poverty around the world, things are becoming desperate. Join compassion International and provide for a family in poverty. Make your one time $40 gift text hope 283393. Just a reminder. It's still pretty dark outside. So headlights might be a good idea at this time. And of course, please drive carefully. 6 80 in the South bound direction just before all cost a boulevard. We have a crash involving one vehicle in the center divide, and another vehicle is facing the wrong way over to the shoulder. CHP officers already out on the scene, and right now they're calling for a tow truck. 2 80 in the South bound direction before 10th Street. We have two vehicles over to the right hand side. There is also a plywood in the roadway, so I'm not too sure if these vehicles hit the plywood, but CHP officers will be conducting a traffic break. We have a chair down on the Bay Bridge, then Jim, what the hell's the matter with you? Etienne the westbound direction at Treasure Island. It's in the right lane. CHP officers will be conducting a traffic break to remove this from the roadway. 101 in the South bound direction at Arad. Elaine, We have a large metal coil. It's down in between the two middle lands. Vehicles are swerving to avoid it. There's no responsible vehicle in the area. CHP officers will be coming out and conducting a traffic break. On South bound 101. This is it Blossom Hill Road. We have a stall. It's taking up the right lane. CHP officers calling for a tow truck Etienne the North bound direction at 98th Avenue. We have an accident here..

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FDA relaxes rules on who can donate as COVID-19 cancels blood drives

Pacifica Evening News

05:00 min | 10 months ago

FDA relaxes rules on who can donate as COVID-19 cancels blood drives

"As blood donations have dropped across the country due to the corona virus pandemic San Francisco lawmakers are drawing attention to federal rules that limit gay and bisexual blood donations KPFA is Daniel when he has the story senator Scott Wiener launch they give for a gay blood drive where people can donate their blood on behalf of the gay and bisexual men who are currently banned by the FDA from doing so Wiener says this needs to change especially in light of a blood shortage resulting from covert nineteen so there is no scientific basis whatsoever to restrict gay and bisexual men from giving blood it is irrational it's discriminatory and it undermines our ability to get people to donate blood it's leaving millions of people al healthy people who want to donate blood to support their community Weiner says the ban was put in place after the HIV epidemic in nineteen seventy seven regulators ruled that gay men could donate blood only if they abstain from intercourse with another man for one year after the corona virus outbreak Weiner wrote a letter to the FDA urging a chain the FDA this month's reduce the limitations allowing gay and bisexual men to donate blood if they abstain from having sex for the last three months Wiener says it's still a ban San Francisco mayor London breed agrees she donated blood on behalf of senator Wiener mayor breed says people should not be restricted on how they can help their community based on who they love just think about it Scott Wiener is a state senator here in California and is prohibited from giving blood the person who is leading our public health charge Dr grant Colfax because he is gay can not give blood even though he is the person in the city spear heading the public health response to keep all San Franciscans safe supervisor Rafael man a man who is here today who serves on the board of supervisors and works tirelessly for the residents of San Francisco incredible people incredible leaders a desire to serve and because of these outdated restrictions by the FDA they can't serve their city and their country in this way breed says policies needs to evolve with the times and look the covert nineteen outbreak is the time when people need to help each other in any way they can San Francisco supervisor Catherine Stefani says that the FDA needs to end the ban if they want to help the epidemic if the FDA is serious about addressing our covert nineteen blood shortage it needs to fully put aside is discriminatory restrictions immediately some city policy makers have had first hand experience of being turned away from blood donation drives Tom temprano the vice president of the San Francisco City College Board of trustees says he was rejected when he tried to serve his community by giving blood when he was in high school she describes the moment during the blood drive when he was asked if he'd had intercourse with the same sex I had worked very hard and enjoyed a lot to come out as a high school student and was not gonna go back into the closet just to donate blood and so I answered honestly and I said yes I have and the full bottom mist was stunned and told me I'm sorry but you can't donate blood no other students in my high school was told that they could not donate blood and it it just my stomach fell I called my lesbian arts that night crying because I couldn't understand why the government what a let me help out and wouldn't let me participate in this and the fact that fifteen years later I still can't donate improviser Rafael Mandel man the sole gay man on the board of supervisors has authored a resolution urging the FDA to lift its ban on sexually active gay and bisexual men from donating

"catherine stefani" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:23 min | 10 months ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Local churches suing the local city KPK is Amanda Carroll reports leaders of the cross culture Christian center in Lodi will sue the city of Lodi for locking them out of their church the church's attorney Dan Broyles says the lord I will now be the subject of a federal civil rights lawsuit accusing them of violating their civil rights of free speech and assembly meanwhile Janna Haynes public information officer for Sacramento county says even with Easter this weekend they're still recommending churches not to meet we know that Easter is very family centric and people want to get together this is not the time to decide if you violate public health order and get you can do it virtually if you can or postpone until we are out from under a desk can't Janet and then celebrate together one third of the local cases have been directly linked to church communities Amanda Carroll news ninety three point one KFBK a resident at the eschaton lodge in gold river has died from corona virus complications the resident tested positive for the virus April first a professor at the UC school of nursing in San Francisco and an expert on nursing and senior care facilities recommends that everyone in that facility be tested a temporary emergency shelter for homeless is being set up in San Francisco's palace of fine arts skip the case become a guy's reports supervisor Catherine Stefani says the site will be able to house one hundred sixty two homeless residents and is designed to reduce crowding at center is already operating in the city the beds will be used to isolate the most vulnerable homeless populations and will also allow for coronavirus inspired physical distancing the city is also working on opening up more hotel rooms for people living on the streets in addition to health care workers and first responders who may have been exposed to the virus you can make all his news ninety three point one Kathy can attorneys are to she added a crucial thirteen point five billion dollar deal for the victims of deadly wildfires caused by PG&E electrical equipment said they have serious doubts about whether PG&E will be able to pay the full amount if the economy sinks toward a recession the new concerns are raising doubts in court documents that were filed on Monday it threatens to derail P. genies plan to emerge from bankruptcy this summer at seven thirty five in this Tuesday morning here the top national stories on news ninety three point one KFBK.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:04 min | 10 months ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"To insure health care providers are given additional paid leave if they get sick or have to get quarantined and all workers are presumed to be employees and covered until and unless their employer demonstrates they are an independent contractor supervisor Hillary Ronen said that leaving such a huge loophole for corporations and the federal bill was unacceptable it's pretty outrageous that the Congress left out of the law the employers that most can afford to provide this benefit they're the biggest employers making the most money in the society and perhaps their donors to the Congress members who left them out and that's why they got a break when the smaller employers didn't we are all in this together we are all sacrificing supervisor Catherine Stefani said that while she supported Mars legislation she was concerned that it might affect companies that have done right by their employees I want to make sure that we don't punish those who have stood up for their employees even if the actions they have taken I don't exactly fit the legislation today I do you plan to be supportive of course of this legislation but just wanted to call that out and make sure that as we move forward we don't punish those good actors because thank goodness that there are actually some because it does restore faith in humanity I think we see companies taking care of their employees as they should well one of the amendments submitted to the bill on Monday requires further discussion in committee indifference to the emergency nature of the legislation a portion of it has been voted for to the full board where will be read as a committee report and its next meeting I'm Scott follow pacifica radio KPFA according to the economic policy institute and the estimated three and a half million Americans lost their employer based health insurance over the past two weeks due to job losses connected to the corona virus crisis eighty thousand of the newly jobless are in the.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:56 min | 10 months ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are they staying safe it's Monday April sixth actor Billy Dee Williams is eighty three today in the news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman stocks opened higher this morning even as the US braces for what public health officials say will be a difficult week in the battle against the coronavirus NPR's Scott Horsley reports the Dow Jones industrials jumped around eight hundred points in the first few minutes of training while the death toll from covert nineteen here in the United States is nearly ten thousand and climbing investors were cheered by signs that the spread of the virus is slowing in Europe the Dow surged close to four percent of the opening bell the S. and P. five hundred and the nasdaq are also up sharply stocks in Europe and Asia also gained ground as deaths from the coronavirus slowed in Italy and France oil prices tumbled however after much anticipated meeting today between OPEC countries and others to discuss possible production cuts was pushed back the benchmark price of crude in the U. S. fell about four and a half percent so Horsley NPR news Washington researchers at Johns Hopkins University say about three hundred thirty eight thousand people have been diagnosed with the virus in the U. S. more than ninety six hundred people have died NPR's Nell Greenfieldboyce says those numbers will increase as more people are admitted to the hospital we should expect to see a lot of corona virus deaths and supplies will continue to be a concern so you know the main ones are those and ninety five masks and ventilators you know because you hear a lot about ventilators just remember that ventilators or not you know there are a last resort kind of treatment you know well most people who get put on ventilators don't survive so take social distinct thing very seriously it's still needed here NPR's Nell Greenfieldboyce some governors across the country continue to express frustration with the federal response to the virus the trump administration says that states should take the lead on finding the items that they need the governor say they're competing against each other for needed supplies and even against the federal government after a weekend of partisan fighting was Johnson is still set to move forward with its election tomorrow even as cases of the virus continues to spread in the state Wisconsin public radio's laurel white has more the only thing standing in the way of the election moving forward as a possible last minute emergency order from democratic governor Tony Evers he first called the Republican controlled state legislature into a special session over the weekend to take up proposals to move all voting to mail in ballots and delay counting those ballots until may the governor cited a recent surge in cases of coronavirus in Wisconsin as well as a critical statewide shortage of poll workers ahead of Tuesday's vote but GOP lawmakers refused to have any debate or votes on the plans they convened and immediately adjourned to the special session they argue delaying the election would leave hundreds of local offices across the state vacant for NPR news I'm laurel white in Madison on Wall Street the Dow is up one thousand seventy five points or more than five percent the nasdaq is up four and a half percent you're listening to NPR live from KQED news I'm Brian what San Francisco officials plan to temporarily house homeless people at the palace of fine arts the famous building on the city's marina is set to serve people who may have been displaced from the city shelters that have new capacity limits intended to reduce the spread of covert nineteen supervisor Catherine Stefani says the effort is part of a wider one to house people in city owned buildings and private hotels across the city we are utilizing the buildings that we have in district two and trying to be very creative about how do we address this problem Stephanie says the palace will eventually be able to hold one hundred sixty two residents one of the bay area's largest refineries is cutting back on operations and selling key parts of its infrastructure to deal with a major drop in demand for oil stemming from the corona virus pandemic KQED's Ted Goldberg reports sheltered home orders in it's slowing the spread of the coronavirus have led to a huge drop in travel as a result both the demand for gasoline and gasoline prices are plummeting and that's hitting the bottom line for oil companies including those running the region's refineries PBF energy which recently bought the old shell refinery in Martinez has announced it's selling to hydrogen plants the facility for hundreds of millions of dollars the company is also reducing spending at the Contra Costa county facility state energy officials say California's refineries are taking in and processing less crude oil for gasoline diesel and jet fuel I'm Ted Goldberg KQED news and there's more on that story at KQED dot org I'm Brian white thank you Brian support today comes from Zuma's fertility center.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The hour your home for original reporting of mass Piper investigators say they found had written journals referencing anti semitic beliefs when they searched the home of the man suspected of stabbing five people at a Hanukkah celebration over the weekend W. C. B. S. T. V.'s Elly ballad from the scene north of New York City sheriff canines canvas the outside of the Jewish community campus in west Nyack Monday night where inside dozens of flashlight shining a symbol of unwavering resilience earlier thirty seven year old Grafton Thomas appeared in federal court on hate crime charges according to the criminal complaint Thomas went to the home of rabbi hime Rottenberg in Muncie Saturday his face covered with what appeared to be a scarf and said no one is leaving a firearms instructor and reserve sheriff's deputy is being credited with protecting a Texas congregation from a gunman who opened fire during Sunday services all the radio and Greenstein is at the church the man's name is Jack Wilson within seconds of forty three year old Keith Thomas canoe than shooting sixty seven year old Richard white the sixty four year old Anton Wallace dead inside the west freeway church of Christ Wilson shot and killed concluded Wilson serves as head of security for the church and he says he does not consider himself a hero of took out some evil and that's where I'm processing of the took out someone it was evil and had evil intent Wilson previously owned a firearms training business and is currently running for a hood county commissioner in the third precinct injure Greenstein for CBS news white settlement Texas a probe is under way into the plane crash that took the life of five people over the weekend who were heading to the peach bowl football rivalry game W. W. all radios Dave Cullen from Louisiana national transportation safety board trying to determine why the plane suddenly made a sharp turn went into a dive and then hit power lines and trees there is no flight data recorder NTSB vice chairman Bruce Landsberg says I'll have to dig deeper pilots qual cation training also the history on the aircraft one person remains critically burned five others died including TV sports reporter Carley McCord Dave going for CBS news New Orleans Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is stepping up his calls for witnesses and documents in the upcoming impeachment trial of president trump he says reports said for administration officials tried to get the president to release aid to Ukraine in August our a game changer McConnell and trump to a lot of finger pointing and name calling but they never refute why these witnesses should could not come the Senate has left the entire month of January open on the calendar to deal with the trial this is CBS news did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com that it is nine oh three is the bay area's news station KCBS more clear cold weather had good evening I'm making calls Chris what's happening the group of San Francisco lawmakers have come to the rescue of City College KCBS this college reports on a plan to save CCSS older adults program the older adults program with seventeen classes at thirteen sites around the city serves about a thousand seniors and disabled students it was on the chopping block because of ongoing budget concerns but mayor breed along with supervisor Aaron Peskin rafia Mandel men a shot stuff I II Catherine Stefani and board president Norman he found some money in an adult set aside at the voters approved up two years ago a couple hundred thousand dollars says Paskin who adds among the sites were classes will continue the aquatic park senior center the castor senior center the Jewish community center self help for the elderly senior centers in a number of locations throughout the city the president of the City College Board of trustees Alex Randolph issued a statement thanking the supervisors and mayor breed for their quote leadership and creativity to assure older adults have access to their programs in San Francisco solitary KCBS crews are continuing to search for a car that reportedly went over a cliff along southbound highway one you're great will close state beach that's in San Matteo county at around eleven this morning see each P. and Coast Guard crews responded to the scene but couldn't find any evidence of an accident but late this afternoon someone contacted the C. H. P. saying they had a video which may have captured it the siege pieces it also hasn't received any missing persons reports is asking if anyone who may know anything can come forward attorneys representing two men who claim they were sexually abused by north a priest decades ago the file the lawsuit against the center is a Catholic diocese and a church let's summer camp KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports the loss estimate possible by recent California law that weaves the statute of limitations in cases involving alleged child sexual abuse the accusations involve former priest Gary tenants who serve several years in state prison during the nineteen nineties after being found guilty of molesting young boy he was later to front by the Catholic Church in these latest lawsuit's plaintiff's attorney Jeff Anderson says his clients came forward after passage of the historic California child victims act a new law that extends the statute of limitations of provides a three year window for sex abuse survivors to bring lawsuits previously bar I think it needs to be said that each of these survivors deserve a great deal of credit every survivor that comes forward of this child victims act now in California is given the chance to have his or hers shoes now all of the targets of the two lawsuits the Catholic diocese in Saint Michael's camp which was founded by Timmons first followed him up in the sixties and St Michael's started to abuse dozens of perhaps hundreds the center was a diocese was unavailable for comment Jeffrey Schaub KCBS a lot to keep drunk drivers off the road to stalled in California simply public safety committee KCBS as Bob aller reports the measure would mandate anyone stop FOR D. Y. to install an interlocking mission device in his or her car currently repeat offenders must install this device but won't start your car if you're intoxicated senator Jerry hill got SP five forty five passed overwhelmingly in may and it's personal to him it was a number of years ago I lost my best friend nothing has devastated a family more than that yeah clocks back helped found the bay area chapter of mothers against drunk driving after her son was killed by a drunk driver in two thousand one she's calling on the public safety committee to take action not only does SP five forty five save lives it allows the offenders to be able to continue to work to drive their children to school to drive to and from treatment they just cannot drive impaired she said anyone caught driving impaired has done that before the first time that you are convicted of a D. why is your eighty ninety to a hundred and twenty S. time when you live in a city like south San Francisco when you live in a rural area it's up to your two thousand time in south San Francisco by Butler KCBS the man charged with fatally stabbing eighteen year olds India Wilson on apart platform in Oakland last year could be on trial in as little as a week these bay times reports at Alameda county Superior Court judge James Cramer said John Carroll's trial date for January sixth after finding the twenty nine year old is mentally competent to stand trial he's pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to murder and other charges but the times reports grammar also ordered another psychiatrist to evaluate cal's mental competency with the report expected by the fifteenth that could mean the trial would be suspended a Kramer believes cal may be mentally incompetent just ahead on KCBS transportation authorities in the south they have a plan to get more people into trains and buses more details in four.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Priest decades ago have filed a lawsuit against the Santa Rosa Catholic diocese Santa church led summer camp KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports that the lawsuits are made possible by a recent California law that waves the statute of limitations in cases involving alleged child abuse the accusations involve former priest Gary tenants who serve several years in state prison during the nineteen nineties after being found guilty of molesting young boys he was later to front by the Catholic Church in these latest lawsuit's plaintiff's attorney Jeff Anderson says his clients came forward after passage of the historic California child victims act a new law that extends the statute of limitations of provides a three year window for sex abuse survivors to bring law lawsuits previously bar I think it needs to be said that each of these survivors deserve a great deal of credit every survivor that comes forward with this child victims act now in California is given a chance to have his or hers shoes now all of the targets of the two lawsuits the Catholic diocesan Saint Michael's camp which was founded by Timmons first followed him up in the sixties and St Michael's started to abuse dozens of perhaps hundreds the center was a diocese was unavailable for comment Jeffrey Schaub KCBS a man charged with fatally stabbing a two year old dnia Wilson on a bart platform and open last year could be on trial in as little as a week East Bay times reports that Alameda county Superior Court judge James Cramer said John Lee cal's trial date for January sixth after determining the twenty nine year old is mentally competent to stand trial kallus pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to murder and other charges but the times reports Kramer also ordered yet another psychiatrist to evaluate cal's mental competency with a report expected by January fifteenth that could mean that the trial would be suspended Kramer believes cal may be mentally incompetent San Francisco lawmakers have come together to the rescue of City College KCBS is Scott with hearing reports on a plan to save CCSS older adults program the older adults program with seventeen classes at thirteen sites around the city serves about a thousand seniors and disabled students it was on the chopping block because of ongoing budget concerns but mayor breed along with supervisor Aaron Peskin rafia Mandel man I shot self I II Catherine Stefani and board president Norman he found some money in an adult set aside that the voters approved up two years ago a couple hundred thousand dollars says Paskin who adds among the sites were classes will continue they are purchasing your center the castor senior center the Jewish community center self help for the elderly senior centers in a number of locations throughout the city the president of the City College Board of trustees Alex rand all issued a statement thanking the supervisors and mayor breed for their quote leadership and creativity to assure older adults have access to their programs in San Francisco solitary KCBS otherwise stay tuned we will be talking with KCBS and chronicle insider full tear about the story after five fifty a man who'd been sentenced to death for killing his wife and her mother in Burlingame in nineteen ninety one is died at San Quentin state prison authorities say a seventy three year old Phillip Jablonski was found unresponsive in his cell Friday afternoon and was pronounced dead about twenty minutes later his cause of death is pending once given sentenced in debt to death in nineteen ninety four for killing his wife Carol spin Downey and her mother eva Paterson court record shows Bodoni had married Jablonski at San Quentin well he was in prison for killing a previous wife in nineteen seventy eight just ahead on KCBS I about Butler without their Francisco where lawmakers asked for help in stopping drunk driving Senate bill five forty five take swift action to protect Californians from drunk drivers driving situations quite dire in Vallejo on eighty Kim that's still with the update from your local find the dealers traffic center we've got a major traffic situation here and you can not to travel east bound or west bound on interstate eighty right now on the upper east shore in Vallejo because of ongoing police activity at the magazine street overpass for well over an hour almost here we have the eastbound lane shut down that's why traffic is that at a standstill from before the coming sky way eastbound interstate eighty and then they're not too long ago they shut down the westbound lane said that is backing up and now traffic is not moving in either direction you got to take an alternate route one of one was jamming up but it looks like things are looking a bit better case to be a sense of you and that they would John acted so that would be the one on one trip through Marin county I crash north bound wanna wanted nor Sampedro was blocking a couple lanes they've just cleared that off to the side so the lanes are open but north on a one a one is terrible backed up to the Richardson bay bridge all the way out to the Civic Center westbound five eighty heavy coming off the Richmond San Rafael bridge in south on a one to one that's tied up from right about Miller creek Saint Vincent getting down to the Civic Center and I can see folks are choosing is six eighty that continues to fill up actually on eastbound twenty four out of Oakland is heavy as you make your way through wanted creek on north bound six eighty eventually the Benicia bridge the.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

09:34 min | 1 year ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Hey well this is the mention perish I got a lot to get to today the woke scolds come for Dave Chapelle and we'll bring you the update on Hollywood cracking down on anyone who supports president trump we begin today with the attempt to use political blackmail in pretty much every area of American life. the left is attempting to use pressure politics in virtually every area of American life when they talk about how it is that the left uses these pressure politics in areas of American life to make American life a lot worse because normally if you're going to use pressure politics you use it in you know politics right you directed politically you're going to pressure your senator gonna pressure congressmen are gonna over organize phone banking or going to nominate somebody to primary somebody or run against somebody but we are now moving into an era where so many people in America now believe the government is ineffective ineffectual instead they're going to go to the commanding heights of our culture and our business and they're going to try to use those commanding heights against their fellow citizens now that's not illegal obviously that is inviolate prescriptions I'm limited government but it does change the natural tone and tenor of how it is to live as an American if you are simply going after the commanding heights of Hollywood and using it to cram down cultural stereotypes about people you don't like that does have an impact on American life if you're going to the commanding heights of corporate America and demanding that corporate America to your political bending that does have an impact on how we live now again there's a difference between the government doing something like that and the corporation doing something like that we'll talk about that difference and white actually opened up to market opportunities for conservatives as corporations make themselves less competitive on the American stage in order to cater to the whims of the far left is very short sighted corporate policy but nonetheless it does polarize us in here too for unseen ways in America okay so we begin today with the failure of political blackmail self political pressure politics have been used obviously throughout the history of the United States to try to pressure your senator and the newest goal for the laughter to try and push Mitch McConnell maybe they can shame Mitch McConnell. two passing some sort of gun control legislation now there's a solution to this for folks on the left you can elect a majority thank you just elected a majority of democratic senators in fact you had a majority of democratic senators all the way up through what's what twenty fourteen and you can elect a democratic house majority have you collected democratic president in fact you had all three of those branches you have the Congress and you have the Senate and you have the presidency from two thousand nine all the way through two thousand eleven early two thousand eleven. and you don't know anything on gun control so now you see the press trying to push Mitch McConnell into doing something and they're trying to use president trump's viguerie on gun control as sort of the weaver to get McConnell to do something to get the Washington post editorial board writing a full page editorial mean extraordinarily long editorial trying to push Mitch McConnell suggesting that is Mitch McConnell's fault that mass shootings are taking place which is a rather large uncertainty considering again that mass shootings in in taking place in the United States for decades at this point how might happen in the nineteen nineties Mitch McConnell was now the Senate Majority Leader when a bevy of mass shootings happened in two thousand nine two thousand ten image McConnell is not solely responsible for the gun control policy in the United States we had an assault weapons ban in United States the same assault weapons ban Democrats are now pushing for nineteen ninety four three two thousand four and accomplish precisely nothing so for all of the talk about Mitch McConnell in an about much McConnell but this is normal pressure politics okay this is just the way politics works and there's nothing particularly wrong with this I mean the people are pushing the agenda have their own agenda they're pushing policy that is impractical but this is sort of normal politics US politics I guess is supposed to work so The Washington Post writes an editorial. again titled how many more names will be added to the list before Mitch McConnell acts on guns and they just list a bunch of people who were killed Saturday in Midland and Odessa they said at the seven individuals randomly slaughtered Saturday by shooter in the West Texas cities of Midland and Odessa so the toll of those lost to America's gun insanity and then pose this question personal again they are wrong on the politics and there's no such thing as clinical gun insanity they're just insane people with guns or evil people with guns me owning a gun is not insane you a law abiding citizen owning a gun to defend yourself is not intended on gun insanity. Hey I got a gun is just a tool to suggest that it's eight eight part of America's clinical gun insanity is to create this mia's matic evil that descends on America randomly when that is not in fact the case but that's not where the editorial board is going obviously they say let's pose this question what if there is a mass shooting in the United States not once or twice or four six times monthly but every single day a big one the kind of electrify social media and swats for days on page one would that be enough to move Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell from his insistence inertia on gun safety what any volume of blood shed convinced the Kentucky Republican that Congress faces a moral imperative to act thirty eight people were slain in three such shootings in August and still Senate Republicans and president trump refused to act again this is the old democratic saw which is that if you don't agree with that my policy it's because you don't care people get shot that's a lie and it's nasty but it is normal politics if you're directing it at elected senator. then they just list off all of the people who are who have been killed in a variety of mass shootings they don't seem to care about other people getting killed in Chicago because that is democratic governor it's a list below far from comprehensive is tragic in part because it is so far from inevitable no no single law would end gun violence but there are reasonable obvious measures that would help for example banned the sale of military grade assault weapons again they said it's reasonable an obvious then really have an impact on mass shootings in the United States I needed by civilian there a blight on the nation the ready availability a national disgrace eliminating them would slow the growth of this list it would save lives again you can't just assert this sort of stuff yeah actually have to explain why and then they just list off a bunch of names and the names themselves are supposed to be proof that the policy is is somehow workable which of course is very silly okay but again this is normal political pressure. and it's not working it's not working and so many in the media have now up their game when it comes to normal political pressure many on the left about their game when it comes to normal political pressure it's not just pressuring Mitch McConnell to do what you want it turns into concerted attacks on people in deeply unfair ways so here is an example there was an article from Bloomberg that resulted in a Texas conservative Leif Olsen leaving the department of labor why exactly was he forced to leave their partner of labor because he posted a couple of times on Facebook making fun of the all right and mocking anti semitism and Bloomberg took that out of context to suggest that he was all right and supported anti semitism the political pressure tactics start off in the realm of normal and now they have moved to the extreme so you have Bloomberg printing this piece about we've Olson was a trump labor department official and here's a Bloomberg reports that I recently appointed trump labor department official with a history of advancing controversial conservative in faith based causes in court has resigned after revelations that he wrote a twenty sixteen Facebook post suggesting the Jewish controlled media protects their own and not sounds pretty bad doesn't it except for it's obviously not what he's saying he's obviously mocking all the people on the all right who were suggesting this twenty sixteen and Paul Ryan and the speaker of the house was going to lose his congressional primary to Paul mail in an open white supremacist and he wrote this marking this mocking ridiculous Facebook post making fun of the all right. yeah he wrote establishment insider right corporate tool Paul Ryan was finally brought to heel in tonight's primary election by an uprising of the conservative masses of real America eager for nothing take voice in Washington instead of the same tired globalist open borders pap they've been pushing on a since the elites abandon the people the guy just suffered a massive historic emasculated seventy point victory let's see him in his Georgetown cocktail party puppet masters try to walk that one off obviously his mocking people who said the poll mailing was going to be Paul Ryan. and then somebody wrote back to him as a as a humorous reply he's a neocon too you know and the full Senate Roback no he's not Neil control Upper East Side sinus real golf on Saturday if you know what I mean. right meaning this is all making fun of white supremacists and the all right all of it all of it okay so Bloomberg reported this as though making fun of the all right now and take some of his was actually anti semitic so they can get this guy fired the guy did end up resign okay so this is the shift from normal political. heads up to going out of your way to deliberately read something wrong in order to target somebody so that's bad enough and then it goes even further and that is the maligning of people you disagree with. not just by taking them out of context but by literally calling terrorists so this is what's happening in San Francisco the San Francisco board of supervisors declared the NRA a domestic terrorist organization. getting this as an organization that is a lobbying organization on behalf of American citizens who wish to protect their second amendment rights is now a domestic terrorist organization so what does that mean presumably can rate an NRA members home you can surveil and and I remember. I mean I really wonder why so many gun owners are uneasy about red flag laws when you have the the San Francisco legislative body passing a resolution officially labeling of the NRA into mastic terrorist organization is the equivalent of labeling Emily's list a domestic terrorist organization on the right. district you supervisor Catherine Stefani whose district includes the marina and presidio wrote the declaration stating that the NRA what spreads propaganda that misinformed and aims to deceive the public about the dangers of gun violence in other words they exercise their first amendment rights therefore their terrorist.

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"The San Francisco board of supervisors has declared the NRA domestic terrorist organization USA's Chris Barnes reports the resolution was introduced in July after a mass shooting at the Gilroy garlic festival in California and it was approved unanimously this week supervisor Catherine Stefani introduced the resolution and says in a statement quote the NRA exists to spread pro gun propaganda and put weapons in the hands of those who would harm and terrorize us she goes on to say nobody's done more to fan the flames of gun violence in America than the N. R. A. the NRA is called the passage of the resolution a great big publicity stunt for U. S. A. radio news I'm Chris

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on GunGuyTV: A Firearms

GunGuyTV: A Firearms

14:09 min | 1 year ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on GunGuyTV: A Firearms

"There does help us keep the podcast going all right the first half of the PODCAST. I want to address something. The San Francisco City officials did in designating the array array a domestic terrorist organization and then in the second half of the podcast. I'm going to talk about something less political and hopefully very encouraging and that is why is hunting which is something I love to do. Why is hunting important for us to do or for our kids to do or rush to know at least something about in our American can culture. We'll talk about that in the second half but the first half again is dedicated to this article about what the San Francisco officials did and designated designating the National Rifle Association and as a domestic terrorist group and of course. It's hypocritical as all get out. We'll talk about that in a minute but the story which I'll put a link to in the description of the podcast says the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday declaring the National Rifle Association a domestic terrorist organization and urging other municipalities state and the federal government to do the same the resolution calls out the NRA for inciting acts of violence and spreading quote misinformation and propaganda propaganda unquote and encourages the city to assess and limit contracts with vendors affiliated with the NRA that stopped short though of putting in place any enforcement enforcement mechanisms or new regulations of course because if they tried to do that they'd get sued by NRA. They don't WanNa do that. The article goes on to say and I quote the NRA conspires to limit gun violence research restrict gun violence data sharing and most importantly aggressively tries to block every piece of sensible danceable gun violence prevention legislation proposed on any level local state or federal said this Gal Supervisor Catherine Stefani who apparently is one who sponsored the measure so essentially what Katherine Stefani Reset is saying is that because the NRA disagrees with her fundamentally and fights her for every attempt to rob us of our constitutional rights they are a terrorist organization and by George. She's GonNa make sure that the city declares them as such okay okay now look. I WanNa just take a few minutes here and talk about how incredibly silly that whole declaration is so first of all there there are five plus million American gun owners who are members of the National Rifle Association. I happened to be one of them. I'm a life member of the NRA. My wife is a life member of the NRA. Are we terrorists if we are. I didn't know that we're we're honest. Law Abiding Americans. My wife is a speech and language language pathology. She works with little kids. She has for almost thirty years. We own a small business. We're small business owners. I have this little podcast I we're. NRA members numbers does that make us terrorists now because we happen to belong to the National Rifle Association by the way the NRA has over one hundred twenty five thousand instructor certified by the National Rifle Association as firearms instructors. I happen to be one of those so does my wife so does my son by the way and those sure civilian instructors. I don't know if that counts the law enforcement certified instructors the ones that teach and train police officers and security officers throughout the United States. I happen to be one of those. Are we terrorist because we're firearms instructor certified by the National Rifle Association which by the way in order to be a certified. NRA member yet AH instructor rather you sort of have to be an remember. Oh I should also mention the eight thousand some odd generate coaches who are certified coaches just to coach competitive shooting teams some of the host compete at the Olympic level. I happen to be a certified shotgun coach with the National National Rifle Association and I rather enjoy coaching shotgun sports trap and skeet and that kind of stuff does that make me a terrorist. Did you know that there are two thousand two hundred training counselors actually more than that that are certified by the National Rifle Association. These are the instructors instructors of instructors. These are the folks that teach and train. NRA instructors so that they can teach students effectively early on shooting disciplines. Ra is absolutely outstanding at doing this. I got you know it's kind of curious about this and I looked up the NRA website in the about section. There's a little blurb there. I thought was very interesting and I'll read it to you. It says this is a quote from their website while widely recognized today is a major political medical force and as America's foremost defender of Second Amendment rights the NRA has since its inception been the premier firearms education organization in the world but our successes would not be possible without the tireless efforts and countless hours of service are nearly five million members have given to champion Second Amendment Rights and support and are a programs as former Clinton spokesman George Stephanopoulos once said quote let me make one small vote for the NRA. They're good citizens. They call their congressmen. They right they vote. They contribute and they get what they they want over time unquote that doesn't sound like a terrorist group to me. I know it's not a terrorist group. I've been an remember forever and a day. It's ridiculous regular to think that the NRA is a terrorist organization. That's the nuttiest thing anybody's ever accused. NRA being and by the way so does she know the NRA is not an organization station in and of itself all by itself some loan thing the NRA's made up of five some odd million American gun owners who happen to be members of the NRA array. I happen to as I mentioned to be one of them now. If you want to accuse someone of belonging to a terrorist group you would assume that that group promotes silence which the NRA obviously does not and that the members of that group carry out the violence that group promotes and yet rush limbaugh not too long ago made the statement not a single mass murder has been committed by an NRA member unquote. Do you know as far as I know Mr Limbaugh is right. Not a single mass murders ever been committed binary member. Wouldn't you think if they were territory innovation. They would be doing terrorist things but they're not however this is interesting to note. NRA members have stopped mash shooters. Stephen Wolford heard a plumber and NRA certified destructor stopped the mass shooter at the Sutherland Springs Texas Church and he was instantly famous having done now my understanding is that he still struggles goals emotionally with having to do what he did with the violence. He had to bring in order to stop the violence. Is that sound like a terrorist to you. I gotTa tell you it doesn't sound like a terrorist to me. Sounds like an honest law-abiding American citizen who saw a heinous act being committed committed by a lunatic and stepped up to try to save as many people as he could in the process. He had to shoot another human being and that's not something nothing. That's sitting well with him. Shouldn't I'm glad it's not he would probably a Christian think less of himself if if it were if it didn't bother him apparently it does and I'm proud of him. He is a member of the NRA was an NRA certified at instructor at one time certainly not a terrorist and certainly not a member of a terrorist organization. You know there are roughly flee estimated to be over eighty million gun owners in the United States eighty million over eighty million. That's an amazing statement. That's a lot of gun owners. That's about one third of the population eighty million gun owners are they terrorists what about them now not not all of them belong to the NRA. That's true but many of them a lot of them identify by themselves as members even though to not and that's a fact when surveyed a lot of them will say I'm NRA member because they support the the Second Amendment and in their minds the number one defender of the Second Amendment is the National Rifle Association so they associate themselves with it even though they haven't paid dues and become a member. Are they terrorists to. I don't think so how about America's hunters by the way I happened to be one of those according to the CNN news which is the this is the latest figure I could find in two thousand eleven there were thirteen point seven million hunters in the United States and that number went down for awhile seems to be coming coming back up and oddly enough a lot of the folks that are getting involved in hunting. Now are women a lot of the new gun owners in the United States are women a lot of the new concealed carry permit holders in the United States which without question are among the most law abiding people in the country and that has been proven over and over and over again concealed carry permit holders there gun owners obviously many of them members of the National Rifle Association. Are they terrorist to I don't think so and you know you don't think so and the truth. Earth is the city of San Francisco doesn't think so either this is just an effort to try to bankrupt the NRA. They WANNA make sure that they're taking every step they can to see that bids for contracting or that companies had happened to do business in San Francisco where there might be affected by the city refused. I used to do business with the National Rifle Association if they can possibly take the money away that will hurt the National Rifle Association in a big way and they know it. That's why they're going to do. This is not about declaring them a terrorist organization. They know full well. They're not instead. It's about the money follow the money. I'll give you some specific perfect examples of what I'm talking about. In just a minute I wanNA point out the fact that with Walmart making the decision that they made recently to not sell guns anymore not sell amunition all those things that they're doing that. We we might as gun owners want to start supporting retailers who actually support us and not the retailers who you don't so if we're going to buy ammunition. Let's buy it from a retailer that supports the second amendment. If we're going to buy guns let's buy it from a retailer that supports the second amendment if we're. GonNa buy hunting hunting gear or anything like that that is outdoor sports related or has anything to do with firearms or the second. Let's do it with a company that supports the Second Amendment and I want you to know that sportsman's guide has been supporting Gun Guy TV on Patriot fan for I think almost a year now. It's not a a huge amount but it's it's more than most people do and they didn't. I didn't ask them. They've never ask for anything but they have a whole special deal now that they're doing that is it's really kind of cool and we'll save you. Some money are urge you to check out sportsman's.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Member and san francisco is going to check that list and check it twice and then they're going to go down there list of contracts and they're gonna say oh well. We do business with them to. We're going to let them know. We're no longer going to buy their road building services or whatever it is <hes> you know. You can't clean our porta-pottys unless you stop doing business with the n._r._a. Do but there's even illegal i i i think i the statement that they made and i just think the legal department of the city must have plots. I mean the right. I mean the idea that the n._r._a. Didn't have lawyers just rubbing their greedy little hands together going. Ooh thank you san francisco. Oh you have stepped in it. As as much as you possibly can is there i mean can can cities arbitrarily choose because of political beliefs who they do business with you know what if one of those businesses that happens to donate to the n._r._a. Is a female owned business. I'm not really black gay female why say l. if they don't toe the loan line on gun control. They're not really minorities. Liberals liberals only only put a protected status to those those minorities that are willing to toe the line nine liberal opinion. That's true they <hes> further said in their statement quote the n._r._a. Conspires to limit gun violence research restrict gun violence data sharing and most importantly aggressively tries to block every piece of sensible the gun violence prevention legislation proposed on any level local state or federal according to somebody that's a lie ceyhan arayni ends up supporting half of these cockamamie yeah but none of them are sensible so yeah. That doesn't okay good that was according to <hes>. Let's see catherine stefani. Who is one of the san francisco supervisors. She said further quote when they use phrases like. I'll give you my gun when you pry it from my cold all dead hands on bumper stickers. They're saying reasoned. Debate about public safety should be met with violence should be met with violence say that one more time sorry please. I would say that putting innocence in prisons should be met with violence sadly rarely is this but you know when they're actually coming for you. It's time to shoot back. I was just going to mention that you know charlton. Heston famously said you you know when they pry it from my he's kinda dead cannon. Can we just drop quoting dead people to make your because i'll say exactly exactly that they can. I mean and the thing is. I don't actually have a gun being being a felon but you know i'll tell you what if they start going. Go door to door collecting firearms. I'll know it's time for me to get one. I think most of the best quotes from dead people so no we definitely can't clothing dead. The people is important especially when what he said is true and absolutely yudo vital to understand most of our system of government ms stephanie told the washington post she believed the group had earned the designation as a terrorist organization saying quote. They should reasonably know by now. They're fueling the hate. Fire fire in this country people are dying and they continue to stand in the way of reform. Wow amy hunter who is a spokesperson for the n._r._a. Called called self righteousness. Boys and girls can use sarah's self-righteous sure i knew you could she called the resolution resolution of reckless assault on a law by law abiding organization see there's that whole law abiding and i told you they love their crap. It's members and the freedoms. They all stand for or but here's my question would the n._r._a. Members and there's probably some out there in our audience tonight. Would you be so law abiding if they passed a law against your guns..

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"In a new place on Facebook for local news community information and conversations between neighbors over the past year information officers from over three hundred fifty local governments have use local alerts in a range of everyday emergencies including flash flood warnings mandatory evacuations and a nine one one outages for more visit Facebook dot com slash help slash publisher slash local alerts the San Francisco board of supervisors has declared the NRA a domestic terrorist organization and USA radio networks Chris Barnes has the details the resolution was introduced in July after a mass shooting at the Gilroy garlic festival in California and it was approved unanimously this week supervisor Catherine Stefani introduced the resolution and says in a statement quote the NRA exists to spread pro gun propaganda and put weapons in the hands of those who would harm and terrorize. he goes on to say nobody's done more to fan the flames of gun violence in America that the NRA the NRA is called the passage of the resolution a great big publicity stunt a new study says vegetarians may be at a higher risk of a stroke than people who eat meat the study published this week from Oxford university founded vegans and vegetarians have a lower chance of coronary heart disease and mediators but they also have a twenty percent higher risk of a stroke and you're listening to USA radio news thank you for helping build my pillow into the big company that it's become Michael in Delphian veteran is CEO has created the new radio listeners special go to my pillow dot com click on the new radio listeners special use my promo code USA and you can get deep discounts on the new body pillow on regular my pillow the travel pillows the Giza dreams bed sheets lots of savings there my pillow dot com use promo code USC and save on everything on the website the.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Okay. the mobile. the first to get the balls in the Mister. Mister bucket from Milton Bradley. I would say if there's any value to that cut it's that we have now determines the actual blockade used at that body chop shop down in. that had all the sports cars in it yeah I would assume that's what you'd store thirty some sports cars at me we're also gonna go well one thing that might pop out and get put him back in and then it's game really at that point so. all right well that's that's an entire row of audio that really has nothing to do with anything well done. and the TV he even made a green because we can pick the colors of the cuts remain green. you know because she tries it everything's thematic. here on the show this actually happened now San Francisco who as you know he is dealing with zero problems now that they've solved everything. except for the you know Dr piles needles in. yeah who they took some time this is San Francisco supervisor Catherine Stefani who wants to make the city make better use of a state law that allows guns seizures. and as a result penned a resolution that passed the board of supervisors yeah this was Tuesday of past. hello let us dive right into this the NRA has a coming to.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The NRA. has done more to perpetuate and create the six gun violence epidemic terrorizing our country. they buy off politicians prevent common sense gun violence legislation prevent gun violence research. Catherine Stefani wrote the resolution side of the mass shooting the Gilroy garlic festival was the primary reason for it the NRA in a statement called the resolution a ludicrous stunned and tries to distract from real problems facing San Francisco such as drug abuse homelessness in crime it says it will continue to work to protect the constitutional rights of all freedom loving Americans ten thirty eight on can I sell a unified doubling the number of lockdown drills for schools after recent mass shootings campuses will now be required to conduct to mandatory lockdowns every school year instead of one superintendent Austin pewter says of a dangerous situation occurs he wants students and employees to know how to respond security expert can trump tells can actually welcomes the move school official. but by those locked down we recommend that you try one during the lunch period when things are a little bit more chaotic and get their outside of the classroom perhaps do a lock down between class changes the children are moving around experts point out that a lockdown drills are not the same as active shooter drills that have been criticized for some highly realistic scenarios ten thirty nine on can actually only county sheriff's department confirming it plans to fully outfitted some more than five thousand deputies with body cameras within the next three years in a message to supervisor share V. in a way this is the cameras are long overdue and will help achieve fair and impartial treatment and are expected to cost more than thirty four million dollars Arcadia means trying to ease a racially tinged dispute over the restoration of Eisenhower park in the city's mayor pro tem said he wanted the basketball courts there remove because they attracted a certain type that didn't sit well with some residents what you say is unacceptable and I will not have you represent us in that way our city is beautiful our city is tolerant in our city is wonderful to counsel has now approved a motion to bring the basketball courts back ten forty on KNX work will resume today in Hemet to repair a big water main leaks in the cities of distribution lines happen in a facility near IV street and carnation Avenue.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Liberty candy in it looks like a two vehicle crash you're blocking the slowing just popped up on the radar your next reports ten forty five more draft boards more off the top ranking extensively newsradio for the California weather forecast sunny hot muggy today humidity levels high we're talking mid eighties for your highs the beaches mid nineties inland triple digits in the valleys overnight lows sixties and seventies will look further ahead tell you about tomorrow the rest of the week or exclusive five day weather forecast coming up in just a few minutes to ten forty five temperatures right now Chatsworth for eighty eight degrees we've got to Burbank checking in at eighty seven currently selling eighty seven downtown Los Angeles at ten thirty seven Mulder bracing for the worst is working Dorian takes aim at North Carolina the category two storm could bring heavy rain record storm surge wanted moves ashore tomorrow possibly Friday Michael Schrage berry director of North Carolina office of emergency management we've activated more national guardsmen. more. raft more high water vehicles and more swift water rescue teams to be ready for flood fighting operation getting a clear picture of the damage Doreen because in the Bahamas we're made landfall as a monster category five storm lives over the weekend official death toll is at seven but is expected to rise authorities say the storm destroyed or severely damaged thousands of homes in that area challenges go board of supervisors passing a resolution declaring the NRA a domestic terrorist organization the NRA. has done more to perpetuate and create the six gun violence epidemic terrorizing our country. they buy off politicians prevent common sense gun violence legislation prevent gun violence research. Catherine Stefani wrote the resolution side of the.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Something much more unto mental than wages or benefits because what good is that wager that benefit if the university is allowed to outsource this job tomorrow. And that's what workers are most concerned about workers have voluntarily created a patient protection task force a group of workers prepared to cross the line to respond to emergencies apps me says the university has privatization scheme to outsource more workers when they fair maybe replicated at CS you and community colleges Margie Schaefer, KCBS ten dead whales have been spotted in the bay area over just the last two months. Latest found this morning and Pacific. We hear more now live from KCBS Carrie Hodousek. The dead whale sayings are becoming a weekly trend. Another one was found offshore just south of the civic of safe h around seven thirty this morning. As might not be the last of them says research biologist John calendar pitas. He says we may be heading for a record near of. Well, mortality the shoreline is three rocky where the dead well is located off Linden beach into civic police captain says it's a tough to access. So they're discouraging people from going to try to get a closer look at it. Now experts with the marine mammal center say they plan to down in the well once it to surf line, it's caused them death is unknown at this point nine other whales in the bay area. This year have died from either ship strike or malnutrition reporting live carrying unisex KCBS carry San Francisco supervisors of approved of ban on police. Using facial recognition technology is now the first city in the US with such a restrict. The ban is part of oversight legislation requiring San Francisco departments to share details of any surveillance currently in use user being planned for future. Use departments will need to get board approval to continue using or acquiring technology. The vote was eight to one with supervisor Catherine Stefani casting the no-vote the ordinance goes for a final vote at next week's meeting soon as as potholed roads might need to wait a little longer for fixing KCBS reporter Keith men Coney says that's because construction cost increases are forcing planters to rethink their timelines. San.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Seven fifty eight oh seven twenty five in his weekly address president donald trump says democrats have shamelessly obstructed the confirmations of hundreds of talented men and women who are eager to come to washington dc to make a difference my nominees face a longer average confirmation weight than any in the history of our country more than three hundred of our nominees in his address the president also says democrats in congress you're blocking urgentlyneeded improvements to our border security activists in san francisco took part in the third annual wear orange march on the golden gate bridge saturday's event is part of where orange weakened a national movement supporting the prevention of gun violence and raising awareness catherine stefani member of the san francisco board of supervisors was among the speakers with a message to lawmakers not dan on the sidelines while our safety and the safety of our families in our communities is jeopardized by the gun lobby's dangerous agenda a guns everywhere anytime for anyone no questions asked for people were shot early today in the chicago area police in inglewood say one man was killed three more injured in a driveby witnesses said they were having a birthday party for relative of at least one of the people shot so far no arrests a major international study indicates many women with early stage breast cancer don't actually need chemotherapy the findings could have a major impact on medical treatment instead of chemo the study found women could take a drug that blocks the hormone estrogen or stops the body from making it for usa radio do you have an idea for an invention or new product do you think companies would be interested in your idea do you want to try to get a patent then call invent help now it.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Twelve ninety eight hundred nine six five one two nine zero in his weekly address president donald trump says democrats have shamelessly obstructed the confirmations of hundreds of talented men and women who are eager to come to washington dc to make a difference nominees face a longer average confirmation weight than any in the history of our country more than three hundred of our nominees in his address the president also says democrats in congress you're blocking urgentlyneeded improvements to our border security activists in san francisco took part in the third annual wear orange march on the golden gate bridge saturday's event is part of where orange weakened a national movement supporting the prevention of gun violence and raising awareness catherine stefani member of the san francisco board of supervisors was among the speakers with a message to lawmakers not on the sidelines while our safety and the safety of our families in our communities is jeopardized by the gun lobby's dangerous agenda a everywhere anytime for anyone no questions asked for people were shot early today in the chicago area police in inglewood say one man was killed three more injured in a driveby witnesses said they were having a birthday party for a relative of at least one of the people shot so far no arrests a major international study indicates many women with early stage breast cancer don't actually need chemotherapy the findings could have a major impact on medical treatment instead of chemo the study found women could take a drug that blocks the hormone.

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"catherine stefani" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"catherine stefani" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"School lockdown drills preparing for the next mass shooter san francisco supervisor catherine stefani says they wear orange to remind everyone they've become the david to the nra's goliath and will not stand on the sidelines while people's safety is in jeopardy because of the gun laws vs agenda to allow anyone to have guns vermont senator bernie sanders has made a stop in anaheim today he rallied with workers who want disneyland pay them more the former democratic presidential candidate is also speaking at a town hall meeting this afternoon in carson with port truck drivers and warehouse workers from both ports of l a and long beach to call on elected officials to raise working class wages later this afternoon he'll be joining the co founders of black lives matter and real justice in downtown la for a little talk on reforming the justice system president trump has defended the tariff sees imposing on steel and aluminum imports from canada mexico and the european union i love mexico i love them but mexico's making over one hundred billion dollars a year and they're not helping us with a border trump says canada's trade policies are especially restrictive trump says nafta must be renegotiated trump says he will insist on fair trade deals bare knuckle boxing is making a comeback there is a ten 'bout event set for tonight in wyoming it is legal and has been sanctioned by the state of wyoming the promoter says they're going back to boxing the way it was done in the eighteen hundreds because the public wants to see something new the promoter also says it'll be safer than other combat sports because there's no kicking and no elbow throwing it's just punching permitted and if you wanna watch it it's on pay per view traffic from your.

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