19 Burst results for "Corecivic"

"corecivic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Hi my name is Dave yes you're doing Mister Wilson that back with this state Wilson with your stock of the day which got I've got CoreCivic Jason it's an owner and operator of prisons and immigrant detention centers the company was founded in nineteen eighty three went public in nineteen ninety seven as corrections Corp of America the name was changed in twenty sixteen though the ticker stayed the same C. X. W. CoreCivic shares peaked in twenty fifteen they fell that year and every year since then as political activism led many investors and banks to shun the industry in March this year sept eleven year low CoreCivic has been up and down since then and today was a down day the company said it would look at quote corporate structure and capital allocation alternatives that's coming from the statement this calls into question its future as a real estate investment trust status it's held since twenty thirteen no CoreCivic suspended its dividend in light of the review the company had made payouts since becoming a read at the cyclone March the dividend yield was more than twenty percent would signal some kind of a change was coming all this sent CoreCivic shares to their biggest loss in three months they dropped about seventeen percent by the way shares of another prison read geo group they were down seven point eight percent yeah it's interesting I mean we're talking to Justin fox the other day about sort of the incarceration system and the private yes it's a relatively small part but a very profitable part and so when people are telling it like this is a great investment because you know what there's always going to be demand in like you know when you start to think about that you like okay well maybe there's something broken with the system yeah always going to be more and more demands maybe just doesn't work all right Dave Wilson thank you so much I really thoughtful Dame we keep quoting your chart of the day because we just love it that comp comparison between the market cap of G. E. and saying good stuff always from Dave Wilson Jason all right let's get out to San Francisco and Baxter.

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"corecivic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:26 min | 6 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"That will be processed by but independent third party lab and results will be available for our patients and community in several days approximately two to four days each side can conduct about five cents per hour or up to fifty thousand per day testing is available to all the while the vigils you meet the criteria established by the CDC and in addition to the H. guidelines the good thing is that there's no doctor's referral required for this that brings more access to our community what about the cost of these tasks who's eligible for these tasks and how much they cost yeah so as far as far as classes so that the patients were registered through CVS dot com can we still have our step by step instructions to fill out a pre register prior to going to the clinic I think it's important state that that the clinics are the testing is not done inside a CVS pharmacy hi it's done in the drive through studying as far as who's eligible we are accepting insured patients a non insured patients to their carers act whether you're insured or not insured this will be covered at no cost for our non insured patients we work with the department of health and Human Services and make sure that this community pays no cost as well overall they're going to be a thousand test sites across the U. S. more than eighty across Texas how are these sites selected right so you know today I'm pleased to announce that we're adding actually forty two additional drive through testing sites across taxes bring the total to eighty six testing locations in the state now these two sites that deliver to our company's commitment to establish one thousand locations across the country in may I with the end in mind of conducting one point five million sets across the country for months as far as you know how we selected are the sites we recognize that the virus is disproportionately affected minority groups and that's what we're looking to bring testing and in care to traditionally underserved communities more than half of our one thousand sites selected will serve communities with the greatest needs for support and this is measured through through the CDC social vulnerability index which takes into account transportation a lack of access to care crowded housing anything that becomes a barrier to communities are getting access to testing sites that is Jerry Ayala from CVS and all of the forty four new locations that are opening across the whole state of Texas twenty of them are here in North Texas and we're gonna have a list of those on our website K. realty dot com a lawsuit has been filed against the private prison company CoreCivic the plaintiff says she was taken from her dorm room at the Houston processing center June first twenty eighteen so two years ago the night before she was deported to Mexico in the woman says she was beaten raped she says her attacker impregnated her she had a difficult delivery print tourney Michelle Simpson suede Teagle so as the suit asks for a hundred million dollars I don't think that's a ridiculous number in light of the fact that this is a company that makes billions off of U. S. government contracting cards a lot of harm to people in their care in an email CoreCivic says they are committed to the safety and dignity of every detainee and have a zero tolerance policy for all forms of sexual abuse ten fifty four it's time to check your money people who receive stimulus payments from the government largely hung on to the extra money the commerce department reports consumer spending plunged a record thirteen point six percent in April.

"corecivic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:00 min | 6 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Attorney Michelle Simpson Teagle says she and two other women were taken out of the general population to an isolated area then beaten and sexually assaulted by three men they were put on a bus to Mexico the next day Simpson Siegel says her client was impregnated on top of all of that solves the trauma of realizing she was pregnant and then having a really difficult delivery with complications just added to this Simpson to go says CoreCivic makes billions and gets millions in taxpayer dollars to operate the Houston center the suit seeks a hundred million dollars in an email CoreCivic says they have a zero tolerance policy for all forms of sexual abuse Barbara Schwartz news radio ten eighty KRLD officials in officials say a woman in a fort worth jail surprised corrections officers this month by giving birth to a child in her cell without their knowledge Tarrant county sheriff's office lieutenant Jennifer Gabbard says the woman was alone in a fort worth jail cell on may seventeenth when she delivered the baby Gabbard says the woman did not immediately disclose the birth but the baby was soon discovered by a corrections officer both were taken to the hospital she declined to identify the mother or say how she could have gone into labor without it coming into the guard's attention at seven fifty two now a federal prison in North Carolina has become the latest cove it nineteen hot spot CBS correspondent Jim crystal has the story and eleventh in made at the federal prison complex in Buckner North Carolina north of Durham has died of covert nineteen with a hundred fifty seven inmates in twelve staffers infected Buckner has one of the biggest outbreaks of corona virus in the federal prison system hundreds of others have recovered from the illness swindler Bernie made off is among the prisoners at Buckner Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina as companies across the country began to bring people back to the office some new CDC guidelines could complicate things here's more on that from CBS correspondent bill Rakoff desk six feet apart avoiding elevators opening more windows and wait for it no more snack bins on the coworker's desk the new guidelines on the CDC website mean that even if and when workers come back to the office it won't be business as usual plastic shields between workspaces are suggested and of course masks and constant cleaning will be the new normal those guidelines may force some companies to question whether to bring workers back at all bill Rakoff CBS news so we I mean we've got some new rules around here absolutely we have hand sanitizer everywhere we have cleaning stations all around only one person can use the bathroom at a time that was the thing this big sign on on the doors of the going to the bathrooms one person at a time as if you're standing out there in the hallway and see that sign how do you know or not seven fifty four now David Johnston date with the latest on the Wall Street David you have to go to the red light green light just to like bike parking spaces at the airport I like that exactly like a lot of what we do and I'm sorry for it our numbers at eight you know the the market place the economy it's a whole series of numbers but sometimes they really really really tell you something so indulge me and look at these numbers personal income came out this morning it was supposed to be down it was up ten and a half percent think of all the government benefits all those checks that went out all the employment personal spending was down thirteen point six percent so where did all that money go here's the final figure the U. S. savings rate in the month of April was thirty three percent if you're not spending money you're not paying sales tax you're not helping out small businesses you're not going out to eat you're not buying a new swimsuit for the summer you may well end up having the same jacket that you wear for the winter the savings rate in March was up twelve point seven percent but the savings rate in April was up thirty three percent and those figures perhaps.

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"corecivic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:32 min | 6 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Burn off my Facebook page check it out and it's it's incredible incredible shot again there weren't any injuries and it was over water but it was a pretty big water spout all that severe weather is out of the state now we have a cool front of slipping through all of Texas bringing some drier air in from the central plains states a beautiful day today we started off in the sixties and barely a cloud in the sky right now will hit about eighty five today's north winds will pick up ten to twenty miles per hour they will relax tonight with a clear sky in lower due points temperatures are gonna fall in possibly in the upper fifties up along the Red River and around Bridgeport in mineral wells low sixties here in town eighty five for tomorrow eighty seven for Sunday and near ninety as we head into Monday Tuesday and Wednesday of next week and we might even hit the low nineties by the end of next week so finally mother nature paying us back with some nice weather right now sixty six at KRLD we've got you covered in DFW with news traffic and weather all day newsradio ten eighty KRLD seven fifty one now a woman who claims she was raped before being deported back in July of twenty eighteen has filed a lawsuit against a private prison company according to the suit she was being held in the Houston processing center which is owned and operated by CoreCivic her attorney Michelle Simpson Teagle says she and two other women were taken out of the general population to an isolated area then beaten and sexually assaulted by three men they were put on a bus to Mexico the next day Simpson Siegel says her client was impregnated on top of all of that solves the trauma of realizing she was pregnant and then having a really.

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"corecivic" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:47 min | 7 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"St I'm Chris foster at a Senate hearing on the federal coronavirus response Dr Anthony Fauci of the national institutes of health says testing of eight top vaccine candidates being sped up if we are successful we hope to know that in the late fall and early winter he says the death count from code nineteen is almost certainly higher than the official count of around eighty one thousand now the Supreme Court argument over whether president trump can shoot his financial records from house Democrats and the Manhattan district attorney the subpoenas at issue here are unprecedented in every sense trump attorney Patrick Strawbridge there is justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg English Hey white water when president Clinton's personal records was subpoenaed from his accountant some justices expressed concern about the potential for presidential harassment at the subpoena powers to brought Erica's listening to fox news acting homeland security director will be in southern Arizona today Chad wolf will take an aerial tour of border construction projects he's also scheduled to spend time in Nogales and Tucson the ACLU is suing the operator of a private prison in Florence alleging it's not protecting inmates from coal but nineteen in violation of their constitutional rights the suit against CoreCivic alleges in major crammed in cells with no social distancing and that disinfecting products are all but nonexistent at least thirteen inmates at the prison have tested positive for the corona virus I'm Johnny G. K. N. S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk the first ever virtual NFL draft turned out to be the most watched in the event's history as the league announced it had averaged a record average of eight point four million viewers over the three day selection process the average audience marked the thirty five percent increase over the draft previous high set in twenty nineteen each day of the event set a new viewership record as well with Thursday's first round drawing an average of fifteen point six million viewers Green Bay Packers coach Matt the floor so the clock is not ticking on Aaron Rodgers is time in Green Bay after the team selected Utah state quarterback Jordan love with the twenty sixth overall pick in the draft Rogers who will turn thirty seven in December it's coming up a season in which he led the Packers to the NFC championship game and the NBA will allow re opening of team practice facilities beginning Friday so it will be in compliance with states and cities guidelines and state restrictions are beginning to be relaxed amidst the corona virus pandemic that's sports on September I heart radio goes one on one with Daryl hall to get the scoop on.

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"corecivic" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Stay Chris foster Dr Anthony Fauci and others working on the federal response to the corona virus outbreak take questions from senators today doctor found Jesus back to the war lawmakers at a federal guidelines for re opening our follow there could be more outbreaks causing needless suffering and death she told The New York Times that moving too quickly could set the nation back as it works to return to normalcy boxes ritual Sunderland White House staffers not president trump or vice president pence are now required to wear masks that work when they're at their desks five coronavirus patients are killed in a fire in a Russian hospital Russian state media reporting the fire to hospital in Saint Petersburg started with a ventilator and I see you burst into flames it's the second fire in full days of Russian hospital treating coronavirus patience event today to his report to the Braves in the first one as well fox is I mean I want because listening to fox news homeland security director will be in southern Arizona today Chad wolf will take an aerial tour of border construction projects he's also scheduled to spend time in Nogales and Tucson the ACLU is suing the operator of a private prison in Florence alleging it's not protecting inmates from coal but nineteen in violation of their constitutional rights the suit against CoreCivic alleges in major cram themselves with no social distancing and that disinfecting products are all but nonexistent at least thirteen inmates at the prison have tested positive for the corona virus I'm Johnny G. K. N. S. T. A. N. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk this a career in application development at G..

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Immigrant in ICE custody dies after testing positive for COVID-19

Morning Edition

01:37 min | 7 months ago

Immigrant in ICE custody dies after testing positive for COVID-19

"Eighty six the prisoner at the terminal island federal detention center in San Pedro has died from Kobe nineteen and more than half of the facilities thousand inmates have tested positive for corona virus as well as fourteen staffers that makes terminal island which is between the ports of LA and Long Beach one of the most significant concentrations of coronavirus cases in the state meanwhile a detainee in immigration and customs enforcement custody has died of Kobe nineteen he was being held at the old time mesa detention center in San Diego county this marks the first coronavirus death of an immigration detainee in ice custody nationwide KPBS reporter Max Rivlin Nadler has more detainees were alerted by guards on Wednesday morning that a fellow detainee had died of cove in nineteen this comes after a Monday hearing where a government lawyer said a detainee was in great condition last week a judge ordered the release of over seventy medically vulnerable detainees at the facility but as of Monday I said only released to individuals Dorian Edgar set though is an attorney who represents clients currently in detention at Otay mesa she says by dragging its feet ice is costing lives I mean there there aren't many people who are at the team is attention central already have released onto already have places to go if I should give the green light does the right thing and went out absolutely preventable and this person's diet unnecessarily immigration and customs enforcement has yet to confirm the death the detention center which is run by the private prison group CoreCivic currently houses a hundred thirty two ice detainees who have tested positive for the

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San Diego - Immigrant in ICE custody dies after testing positive for COVID-19

All Of It

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

San Diego - Immigrant in ICE custody dies after testing positive for COVID-19

"Common nineteen has claimed the life of another person in the custody of US immigration and customs enforcement bringing the number of such deaths to five X. ruler Rivlin Nadler of member station KPBS has the story detainees at the Otay mesa detention center in San Diego county were alerted of the death Wednesday morning during Edgar center was an attorney who represents clients currently in detention at Otay mesa absolutely preventable this person diet unnecessarily it was not it shouldn't have happened it doesn't need to happen to any other families than the other on to any other people who are caught up in the system immigration and customs enforcement has yet to confirm the death the detention center which is run by the private group CoreCivic currently houses a hundred thirty two detainees who have tested positive for the virus last week a judge ordered the release of over seventy medically vulnerable detainees at the facility as of Monday ice had only released to

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"corecivic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:50 min | 7 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"And restaurants to open yesterday just one day after the state reported a record high single day death toll and Louisiana people can go out to eat again as long as they sit outside and wear masks howling wolf owner how we Kaplan says things are looking up it's baby steps but steps in the right direction I agree with the governor and the mayor that this should go to another couple weeks state parks re opened in New Jersey today but governor Phil Murphy warns he'll be watching for violations of social distancing and safe practices to see whether to keep them that way the reports from the park personnel state police and local police on the ground will be a big determinant of compliance as it relates to social distancing but the reports back early reports of these early preliminary anecdotal so far so good we we got to make sure they stay that way in Tennessee the department of corrections says it will test all state prison inmates and staff after discovering that nearly thirteen hundred out of twenty four hundred prisoners tested positive for the corona virus at a privately run facility near Nashville WTVF TV reporter Emily Luxton Mimi Ramirez's brother Jason has been an inmate at the prison for around four four years she doesn't know if he's one of the nearly thirteen hundred people there who have cove in nineteen I haven't heard from him so it's kind of got me scared mini blinds CoreCivic the company that operates the prison for not doing more to keep inmates safe and healthy on a daily basis she says her brother just received a protective mask last week and it's just not fair yeah you did the crime you're trying to wait for your child but that doesn't mean you have to be treated less still looking for your coronavirus stimulus check it seems that thanks to an unexpected glitch thousands of foreign workers are getting checks meant for U. S. residents tax consultants say some.

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"corecivic" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"That virus will keep transmitting as long as it has several people that they can get out now if we isolate everybody around a little bit in Texas allowed retailers and restaurants to open yesterday just one day after the state reported a record high single day death toll and Louisiana people can go out to eat again as long as they sit outside and wear masks howling with owner how we Kaplan says things are looking up it's baby steps but steps in the right direction I agree with the governor and the mayor that this should go to another couple weeks state parks re opened in New Jersey today but governor Phil Murphy warns he'll be watching for violations of social distancing and safe practices to see whether to keep them that way the reports from the park personnel and state police and local police on the ground will be a big determinant of compliance as it relates to social distancing but the reports back early reports of these early preliminary anecdotal so far so good we we got to make sure they stay that way in Tennessee the department of corrections says it will test all state prison inmates and staff after discovering that nearly thirteen hundred out of twenty four hundred prisoners tested positive for the corona virus at a privately run facility near Nashville WTVF TV reporter Emily Luxton Amy Ramirez's brother Jason has been an inmate at the prison for around four for years she doesn't know if he's one of the nearly thirteen hundred people there who have cove in nineteen I haven't heard from him so it's kind of got me scared mini blinds CoreCivic the company that operates the prison for not doing more to keep inmates safe and healthy on a daily basis she says her brother just received a protective mask last week and it's just not fair yeah you did the crime you're trying to wait for.

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"corecivic" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:33 min | 7 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"And restaurants to open yesterday just one day after the state reported a record high single day death toll and Louisiana people can go out to eat again as long as they sit outside and wear masks howling with owner how we Kaplan says things are looking up it's baby steps but steps in the right direction I agree with the governor and the mayor that this should go to another couple weeks state parks re opened in New Jersey today but governor Phil Murphy warns he'll be watching for violations of social distancing and safe practices to see whether to keep them that way the reports from the park personnel state police and local police on the ground will be a big determinant of compliance as it relates to social distancing but the reports back early reports of these early preliminary anecdotal so far so good we we got to make sure they stay that way in Tennessee the department of corrections says it will test all state prison inmates and staff after discovering that nearly thirteen hundred out of twenty four hundred prisoners tested positive for the corona virus at a privately run facility near Nashville WTVF TV reporter Emily Luxton Amy Ramirez's brother Jason has been an inmate at the prison for around four years she doesn't know if he's one of the nearly thirteen hundred people there who have cove in nineteen I haven't heard from him so it's kind of got me scared mini blinds CoreCivic the company that operates the prison for not doing more to keep inmates safe and healthy on a daily basis she says her brother just received a protective mask last week and it's just not fair yeah you did the.

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"corecivic" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And restaurants to open yesterday just one day after the state reported a record high single day death toll and Louisiana people can go out to eat again as long as they sit outside and wear masks howling wolf owner how we Kaplan says things are looking up it's baby steps but steps in the right direction I agree with the governor and the mayor that they should go to another couple weeks state parks re opened in New Jersey today but governor Phil Murphy warns he'll be watching for violations of social distancing and safe practices to see whether to keep them that way the reports from the park personnel and state police and local police on the ground will be a big determinant of compliance as it relates to social distancing but the reports back early reports of these early preliminary anecdotal so far so good we we got to make sure they stay that way in Tennessee the department of corrections says it will test all state prison inmates and staff after discovering that nearly thirteen hundred out of twenty four hundred prisoners tested positive for the corona virus at a privately run facility near Nashville WTVF TV reporter Emily Luxton Mimi Ramirez's brother Jason has been an inmate at the prison for around four years she doesn't know if he's one of the nearly thirteen hundred people there who have cove in nineteen I haven't heard for you know so it's kind of got me scared mini blinds CoreCivic the company that operates the prison for not doing more to keep inmates safe and healthy on a daily basis she says her brother just received a protective mask last week and it's just not fair yeah you did the crime you're trying to wait for your child but that doesn't mean you have to be treated less they're still looking for your coronavirus stimulus check it seems that thanks to an unexpected glitch.

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"corecivic" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

01:51 min | 7 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Transmitting as long as it has several people that they can get out now if we isolate everybody around a little bit in Texas allowed retailers and restaurants to open yesterday just one day after the state reported a record high single day death toll and Louisiana people can go out to eat again as long as they sit outside and wear masks howling with owner how we Kaplan says things are looking up it's baby steps but steps in the right direction I agree with the governor and the mayor that they should go to another couple weeks state parks re opened in New Jersey today the governor Phil Murphy warns he'll be watching for violations of social distancing and safe practices to see whether to keep them that way the reports from the park personnel state police and local police on the ground will be a big determinant of compliance as it relates to social distancing but the reports back early reports of these early preliminary anecdotal so far so good we we got to make sure they stay that way in Tennessee the department of corrections says it will test all state prison inmates and staff after discovering that nearly thirteen hundred out of twenty four hundred prisoners tested positive for the corona virus at a privately run facility near Nashville WTVF TV reporter Emily Luxton Mimi Ramirez's brother Jason has been in in may at the prison for around four years she doesn't know if he's one of the nearly thirteen hundred people there who have cove in nineteen I haven't heard from him so it's kind of got me scared mini blinds CoreCivic the company that operates the prison for not doing more to keep inmates safe and healthy on a daily basis she says her brother just received a protective mask last week and it's just not fair yeah you did the crime you're trying to wait for your child but that doesn't mean you have to be treated less there still looking for your coronavirus stimulus check it seems that thanks to.

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"corecivic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:49 min | 7 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Crisis line is always looking for volunteers what D. Gillette CBS news Tennessee now plan to test all state prison inmates and staff after more than half the prisoners at one privately run facility tested positive for covert nineteen years reporter Emily lucky me Ramirez's brother Jason has been an inmate at the prison for around four years she doesn't know if he's one of the nearly thirteen hundred people there who have cove in nineteen I haven't heard from him so it's kind of got me scared mini blinds CoreCivic the company that operates the president for not doing more to keep inmates safe and healthy on a daily basis she says her brother just received a protective mask last week and it's just not fair yeah you did the crime you're trying to wait for your child but that doesn't mean you have to be treated less north Korean leader Kim Jong apparently isn't dead after all he's been shown opening a fertilizer plant but analyst Gordon Chang says something was up there was a health emergency of some sort we know that because he was a no show on April fifteenth the most important day in the north Korean calendar and he was a no show on April twenty fifth also a significant date now to federal judges rejected the U. S. women's soccer teams demand for equal pay other allegations can go to trial this is CBS news 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 app download it today degrees of five oh three I'm Kerry hospice on news radio ten eighty KRLD well things are opening up just a bit but it's been more than a month and a half of sheltering at home SO LP Phillips went out to ask some folks just how are you doing for the most.

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"corecivic" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:56 min | 7 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Right now if you're at a time they said sixty two ditto for Encinitas Scone years time six oh two well starting today beaches in Orange County or we're going to be closed for a while governor Newsom saying that because of the huge crowds at Orange County beaches last weekend he's ordered full beach closures in the OC beaches elsewhere in the state including San Diego can remain open the governor also announcing the state parks are open and he's encouraging people to get out museum hope you take a look at all the new outdoor activities that are that are absolutely allowable things were already allowable but may not have been as clear all those two hundred state parks that are open in the state of California the governor says new guidelines about open space and outdoor activities are on the official state website which is cove in nineteen C. A. dot gov the mayor in the County Board of supervisors praising the governor's decision to keep San Diego beaches under local control after asking the governor to change his mind early Tuesday Kevin Faulkner says sinuous been following the public health orders and should be allowed to control what happens next I think it's one of the most important point when we set up a plan and that has the public by it was very clear goals very clear metrics than it and its data driven it's important we follow because we want to reward good behavior in a big and they're doing the right thing and that's how we're gonna get through this crisis and and get over this hurdle is by continuing to do the right thing and so whether we're talking about public spaces or whether we're going to be talking about opening our economy it's incredibly important that we're very clearly consistent in our communications and that's what I'm going to continue to insist on and help people respond heading into the weekend with a turban anymore potential state intervention Jack critical news we are tired of our civil liberties and our constitutional rights being trampled on and we had no Dan summers the organizer of a downtown rally in protest of the state stay at home orders says this rally will be peaceful in those taking part will heed social distancing rules signs will be socially compliant six foot spacing and we'll have our masks summer sales reporting order ten news that similar with similar rallies in Orange County LA and Sacramento will be happening simultaneously with the one here in San Diego San Diego police are urging you to avoid a popular viewing spot for the bioluminescence that's lighting up the coast just want to ask help from the community is uncensored clips I understand with the red tide is very nice to see at sunset beyond the folks were getting a little bit too many people there so I'm asking you to stay away from areas of such cliffs police chief Dave ms light says there will be added patrols in the area as police have seen thousands of people flocking to the area to catch a glimpse of the little light show dozens of detainees in the Otay mesa detention facility are being released amid an outbreak of covert nineteen at the center federal judge Dana surprise release of sixty nine medically vulnerable people is due to a lawsuit filed by the ACLU in San Diego against immigration and customs and the private company which operates the center CoreCivic the ACLU argues the overcrowded conditions of the tie mesa facility have made social distancing an impossibility and puts detainees at risk of contracting the virus a follow up hearing is scheduled Monday with a report from ice and CoreCivic detailing who's been released and if someone was not released the factors as to why Maryland Haidar cocoa news president trump announced the formation of a commission to look into the situation in nursing homes during the covered nineteen pandemic he says seniors are especially vulnerable as we tragically I've seen the virus poses the greatest risk to older Americans trump defended his mood administration's overall response to the outbreak and stressed that efforts to safely start re opening the country are well under way former vice president Joe Biden says the sexual assault allegations against him from the nineties are not true terror Reid a former Senate aide who worked in binds office says he assaulted her in nineteen ninety three in a statement released today Biden pointed to his record on women's issues like his role in the violence against women act he said accusers deserve to be heard and not be silenced appearing later on MSNBC's morning Joe Biden added that read story could be scrutinized for inconsistencies and accused her of constantly changing that story lebron James has some updates about space jam two the sequel to the nineteen ninety six movie will be called space jam a new legacy he also revealed the movies new logo while wearing a hat for the film in a clip posted on IG James will be starring alongside don Cheadle cynic what Martin green and Looney Tunes characters like Bugs Bunny Daffy Duck and more space.

"corecivic" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:59 min | 7 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Today is that only the Orange County beaches would be closed he praised San Diego in closing just the one that county location you for the rest of the state to local control we're gonna do a hard close in that part of the state just in the Orange County area governor decision praised by San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer and the entire board of supervisors we're all called and written to the governor ask him to keep the beach is open in San Diego as the system comes with the county plans to open up golf courses boating other parks tomorrow golf courses will be open as long as people stay six feet apart and they don't use cards temperature checks also be required there for the parks you can now gather with members of your household your own family living under the same roof to play sports or gather for the parking lots are to be at half capacity for the beaches are still closed in the parking lot side and building is gonna be allowed for individuals in single families only but overall for the public people are to be required to wear a mask recovering for their face starting at midnight starting tomorrow may first will be directing all city agencies to wear facial coverings when they go out in public we are directing that when you go outside take your covering with you at all times and be prepared to use it that covering doesn't have to be a surgical mask bandana scarf or homemade covering will do okay supervisor Greg **** the chair of the board he's gonna join us coming up next at six forty as for the numbers today for more people have died from the corona virus and San Diego brings the total to a hundred and twenty four for the outbreak dozens of detainees at the Otay mesa detention facility are not being released during the outbreak federal judge Dana surprise release of sixty nine medically vulnerable people is due to a lawsuit filed by the ACLU in San Diego against immigration and customs and the private company which operates the center CoreCivic the ACLU argues the overcrowded conditions of the tie mesa facility have made social distancing an impossibility and puts detainees at risk of contracting the virus a follow up hearing is scheduled Monday with a report from ice and CoreCivic detailing who's been released and if someone was not released the factors as to why Maryland Haidar cocoa news yes continue trying to help the homeless population during the outbreak the Encinitas city council will only provide enough funding to extend vouchers for up to twenty two homeless individuals at local hotels through may fifteenth voice of San Diego reports more than fifty will be forced back out on the streets putting them more at risk for the corona virus this comes on the heels of an agreement reached between Anthony this and a local nonprofit community resource center to house up to eighty households back on March twenty second mayor Catherine black spear says quote there just isn't enough funding at the city level to provide additional hotel vouchers Dan Noone koco news delta JetBlue and spirit airlines Rome requesting to suspend of flights to several airports around the country and that includes San Diego they've submitted requests to the department of transportation sign historic lows in travel demand right now JetBlue asking to suspend flights to San Diego and sixteen airports overall through September thirtieth and it's the only one of three is listing San Diego on the request and the hospital ship mercy based in San Diego was still in Los Angeles the other navy medical ship the comfort is leaving New York the USNS comfort exiting New York City after exactly one month military officials call this a sign of progress for the country's hardest hit city the New York police and fire department celebrated the medical workers on board of the eight hundred and ninety four foot long slowed a military hospital that left pure ninety the comfort arrived in Manhattan on March thirtieth initially was set up as a hospital treating non Kobe nineteen patients but it quickly shifting gears accepting them because of the staggering number of cases they come for discharge its last patient last Sunday after treating one hundred and eighty two people on board Thomas Hogan in New York intelligence officials for the United States so they have to determine the corona virus was not man made or genetically modified but failed to say that's come from a Chinese lab possibly as an accident and in recent days the president is looking at China saying they have not done enough to sound the alarm early on it during the outbreak was echoed today by secretary of state Mike Pompeii we know that this didn't happen someplace else we know where it came from we also know that the Chinese Communist Party has not been forthright we know that when there were doctors that reported this they weren't able to speak we know that kicked out American journalists we know that they've tried to cover this up as for here in the U. S. president trump says the administration is doing what it can to protect seniors during the outbreak press announcing a commission to look into the situation in nursing homes as we take steps to safely reopen our country we must remain especially vigilant and children the most vulnerable older Americans coming.

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"corecivic" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

08:23 min | 7 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Liability if immigrant prisoners contract code nineteen an exchange CoreCivic will provide prisoners with a single face mask to use indefinitely the forms written in Spanish read in part quote I understand and accept that I must complete and sign this form in order to use a facemask at CoreCivic facilities and quote in Michigan sixty year old prisoner William garrison died of covert nineteen April thirteenth just days before he was set to be released on parole because his age made him vulnerable to the corona virus garrison had served forty four years in prison after he was convicted of murder as a sixteen year old an Ohio more than eighteen hundred prisoners in over a hundred person staff of tested positive for coke at nineteen at the Marion correctional institution the prison is now the nation's leading coronavirus hot spot in Arkansas governor Aissa Hutchinson announced Tuesday that nearly forty percent of the state's coronavirus cases are concentrated at the Commons maximum security prison where some eight hundred fifty prisoners have tested positive in southern Greece a hundred forty eight asylum seekers have tested positive for covert nineteen at hotel converted into a quarantine center for migrants most of those infected or single parents from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Cameroon this follows two other corona virus outbreaks at crowded migrant camps near Athens Mexican officials say the country has entered its most severe stage in the spread of the corona virus what they refer to as phase three S. cases search with the death toll topping twenty six hundred meanwhile hundreds of factory workers and see that far as protested Monday demanding closure of makayla door assembly plants along the U. S. Mexico border where at least four workers in U. S. owned factories have died of covert nineteen one in the same year under quarantine we should be in our homes but this company is how close because this company is essential as if people are desperate to buy refrigerators stoves or washing machines as if they are very important of course they aren't now the most important thing is to be safe at home we have children and we are risking our children's health by coming to work also in Mexico to Wallace state officials say covert nineteen deaths have increased nearly sixfold within ten days since you're that far as at least thirteen of those deaths were of employees working at U. S. run makayla Doris meanwhile the Pentagon's urging Mexico to reopen factories that were shuttered admits the pandemic as many U. S. weapons manufacturers reply rely on Mexican labour back in the United States president trump promised Tuesday to bail out U. S. fossil fuel producers after an unprecedented collapse in oil markets push benchmark crude prices into negative territory meaning some traders were paying customers to offload oil on Tuesday trump tweeted will never let the great U. S. oil and gas industry down I have instructed the secretary of energy and secretary of the treasury to formulate a plan which will make funds available so that these very important companies and jobs will be secured long into the future trump tweeted in response journalist and activist Naomi Klein wrote quote Democrats need to counter with a sweeping plan to cover the full salary to fossil fuel workers while they re train for the clean economy time to wind down this abusive industry that's always relied on massive public subsidies she tweeted this week Oxford university passed a resolution requiring its endowment fund to divest from fossil fuel companies at Harvard president Larry but Cao said Tuesday his university would move its forty one billion dollar endowment to carbon neutral investments by twenty fifty the student group divest Harvard called the move insufficient writing in a statement quote by invading divestment Harvard is once again standing with fossil fuel companies and against its students futures on quote after headlines we'll speak with the vice analyst bill McKibben founder three fifty dot org former Greenpeace director kumi Naidoo and that's the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day and Ron said Wednesday it's launched its first military satellite into orbit after a series of launch attempts last year ended in failure Iran has long accused the United States of a covert program of sabotage targeting its aerospace supply chain last year president trump seemed to confirm the program in a tweet taunting around following a mysterious explosion at a rocket launch site and those are some of the headlines this is democracy now DemocracyNow dot org the quarantine report I'm Amy Goodman with Juan Gonzalez where broadcasting from the center of the pandemic in New York City one is in New Jersey the number two state for this pandemic Taiwan good Damien good that all of our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well today marks the fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day started half a century ago by Wisconsin senator **** Nelson has a national teaching on the environment in nineteen seventy more than twenty million Americans participated in that first Earth Day from coast to coast ten percent of the U. S. population at the time later that year Congress established the environmental protection agency and passed landmark laws to protect air and water quality marine mammals and endangered species Earth Day looks quite different a half century later in the midst of the pandemic as events and protests planned around the world have moved online it comes as the trump administration's guided fuel economy standards and ease the enforcement of pollution regulations and the environmental protection agency has implemented its secret science rule that limits the use of studies that don't make their underlying data public this year's Earth Day also comes in an election year more than fifty scientists including prominent climate experts released a letter this week endorsing former vice president Joe Biden for president writing quote we are confident that unlike president trump Joe Biden will respect collaborate with and listen to leaders in the scientific community and public health experts to confront the existential climate crisis another environmental threats and quote last week senator Bernie Sanders endorsed biting with announcement of plans to form a joint policy task force on climate and Biden said expanding his climate platform is a quote key objectives this comes as trump promised Tuesday to bail out U. S. fossil fuel producers after an unprecedented collapse in oil markets meanwhile Oxford university's just passed a resolution requiring its endowment fund to divest from fossil fuel companies and Harvard's president said Tuesday his university would divest from plans to decarbonise its endowment by twenty fifty which the student group divest Harvard condemned saying her average once again standing with fossil fuel companies and against its students futures to talk about how far we've come since the first Earth Day fifty years ago and the challenges ahead we're joined by bill McKibben from his home in Vermont author educator environmentalist co founder of three fifty dot org in his recent piece for the nation he writes this Earth Day stop the money pipeline his piece in The New Yorker magazine asks how we can build a hearty or world after the corona viruses latest book falter has the human game began to play itself out bill thanks so much for rejoining us on democracy now can you talk about the significance of this fiftieth anniversary of Earth Day and where we stand half a century after that April twenty second nineteen seventy absolutely when Amy how long it would last during these weird times look fifty years ago what probably the single biggest political action in America can yeah eight percent of the she was an uprising it was going to fail we're having trouble with your line we're going to reconnect with you and we're gonna take a break while we do that bill McKibben as author educator environmentalist co founder of three fifty dot org after we speak to bill in Vermont we're going to London to speak with kumi Naidoo I he is the first at hand he's the first African to head green PC is the former head of Greenpeace and the former head of Amnesty International and then we're heading to Chile this is democracy now we'll be back with them in a moment.

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"corecivic" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:37 min | 8 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Healthcare workers the governor says the masks most of them and ninety fives have been sourced from suppliers in Asia through California companies and nonprofits and we might have enough to share with other states staying on governor Newsom as California response of the pandemic he's warning there will be hard budget times ahead as state and local governments burn through enormous amounts of money KQED politics editor Scott Shafer reports the state has already drained its traditional emergency reserves since the coronavirus started unleashing its damage in February there is still about sixteen billion dollars left in the a it's a rainy day fund but that comes with strings attached governor Newsom said even with substantial additional help from the federal government California is going to be in for some very lean times and you start to get into eighteen nineteen twenty percent unemployment the impact to the general fund the impact in terms of our capacity to deliver services is substantially greater than anything we've ever experienced in our lifetime Newsome said any big ticket budget items dreamed about in January are likely out the window now saying the state must focus on the most essential programs in the social safety net with the property tax deadline looming this Friday Newsom declined to move the payment date back after local officials warned their counties could end up broke without that revenue and there was some pushback this was not an easy conversation was many conversations but ultimately they agreed on a case by case basis that they would create those hardship exemptions to extend the payment options the good news is that state health officials are cautiously optimistic that social distancing has reduced the near term caseload of covert nineteen we now expect the peak to happen in late may for the California report I'm Scott Shafer at a privately operated immigrant detention center in San Diego six detainees and five employees have tested positive for Kobe nineteen that's up from no confirmed cases they're just last week immigrant rights activists are blasting core civic the company that runs the facility for not doing enough to protect the detainees attorney Doreen editor Saito is with the national immigrant justice center and blames CoreCivic for not screening its employees she spoke to partner station KPBS as I look at them as people intention had predicted the virus will broad intervention likely by somebody who was going in and out of the facility I mean it is not spreading like wildfire the San Diego chapter of the American civil liberties union has filed a lawsuit against the federal government it wants detainees who are specially vulnerable to.

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"corecivic" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:17 min | 9 months ago

"corecivic" Discussed on The Big 98

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