17 Burst results for "Dave Reagan"

"dave reagan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Health care workers plan a Labor Day protest ahead of a threatened strike Kaiser workers and supporters are planning to rally outside of a Kaiser facility in Hollywood on labor day ahead of a possible strike in October Dave Reagan's the president of SEIU United healthcare workers west which authorized a strike workers like patient care and clinical lab tax medical assistance Cynthia was making sixteen million dollars a year and got a sixty percent increase last year and Kaiser has the audacity to say that the people making forty five thousand dollars a year in Los Angeles are going to jeopardize the financial future of the company I mean that's how far out of touch they've got social city union demands would amount to an added billion dollars in labor cost over five years Jessica Rosenthal fox news a possible trend discovered among vaping illness cases in Wisconsin Wisconsin department of health services says nearly nine out of ten cases where vaping let the people developing a severe lung disease involves the use of THC products such as waxes are oils AZ eighty nine percent of the twenty seven people they interviewed who became sick reported using E. cigarettes or other vaping products to inhale the psychoactive compound in marijuana secretary designate Andrea palm warns the cartridges that contain THC may contain chemicals or additives that are unknown on regulated or unsafe and she urges people to not vape there been nearly two hundred illnesses related to vaping in at least twenty two states according to the centers for disease control and prevention we sell a Sarah fox news pot it's a lot more potent than it used to be a warning from the department of health and Human Services for adolescents concern about marijuana's impact on this still developing brain pregnant women also being warned some of them use the drug to alleviate morning sickness.

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"dave reagan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Honest opinion thousands of California health care workers plan a Labor Day protest ahead of a threatened strike Kaiser workers and supporters are planning to rally outside of a Kaiser facility in Hollywood on labor day ahead of a possible strike in October Dave Reagan's the president of SEIU United healthcare workers west which authorized a strike workers like patient care and clinical lab tax medical assistance Cynthia was making sixteen million dollars a year and got a sixty percent increase last year and Kaiser has the audacity to say that the people making forty five thousand dollars a year in Los Angeles are going to jeopardize the financial future of the company I mean that's how far out of touch they've got social city union demands would amount to an added billion dollars in labor cost over five years Jessica Rosenthal fox news a possible trend discovered among vaping illness cases in Wisconsin Wisconsin department of health services says nearly nine out of ten cases where vaping let the people developing a severe lung disease involves the use of THC products such as waxes are oils AZ eighty nine percent of the twenty seven people they interviewed who became sick reported using E. cigarettes or other vaping products to inhale the psychoactive compound in marijuana secretary designate Andrea palm warns the cartridges that contain THC may contain chemicals or additives that are unknown on regulated or unsafe and urges people to not vape there been nearly two hundred illnesses related to vaping in at least twenty two states according to the centers for disease control and prevention we sell a Sarah fox news pot it's a lot more potent than it used to be a warning from the department of health and Human Services for adolescents concern about marijuana's impact on this still developing brain pregnant women also being warned some of them use the drug to alleviate morning sickness.

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"dave reagan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on KTOK

"Health care workers plan a Labor Day protest ahead of a threatened strike Kaiser workers and supporters are planning to rally outside of a Kaiser facility in Hollywood on labor day ahead of a possible strike in October Dave Reagan's the president of SEIU United healthcare workers west which authorized a strike workers like patient care and clinical lab tax medical assistance Cynthia was making sixteen million dollars a year he got a sixty percent increase last year and Kaiser has the audacity to say that the people making forty five thousand dollars a year in Los Angeles are going to jeopardize the financial future of the company I mean that's how far out of touch they've got social say the union demands would amount to an added billion dollars in labor cost over five years Jessica Rosenthal fox news a possible trend discovered among vaping illness cases in Wisconsin the Wisconsin department of health services says nearly nine out of ten cases where vaping let the people developing a severe lung disease involves the use of THC products such as waxes are oils they say eighty nine percent of the twenty seven people they interviewed who became sick reported using E. cigarettes or other vaping products to inhale the psychoactive compound in marijuana secretary designate Andrea palm warns the cartridges that contain THC may contain chemicals or additives that are unknown on regulated or on safe and she urges people to not vape there been nearly two hundred illnesses related to vaping in at least twenty two states according to the centers for disease control and prevention we sell a Sarah fox news pot it's a lot more potent than it used to be a warning from the department of health and Human Services for adolescents concern about marijuana's impact on this still developing brain pregnant women also being warned some of them use the drug to alleviate morning.

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"dave reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

"<hes> so i think it's important time and and their years is they're developing and growing older and learning the difference between right and wrong that i'm i'm there to <hes> to show them and teach them and the love on them and i still love racing and have a lot of things on accomplish this year and i'll still be around and and hopefully <hes> rates a little here and there but the days of full-time cup racing and that commitment level i'm just ready to to turn my focus to <hes> to the household a little bit now you imagine in this would be a very easy decision for dave reagan but was actually a hard one. You know it was a really tough process to think about all the things not only the things it would affect in my life but in others we have partners that are invested in me personally in front row motorsports manufacturer that spends a lot of time and money ah investing and and me as a racecar driver and and <hes> and as a race team you know all my fans <hes> my my friends and certainly it's. It's the only thing that i've known since i was a teenager. That's the only thing i've thought about <hes> even when i should have been thinking about school and different things when i was a teenager i was thinking about you know my race car and what i can do so in that process was tough but once it was clear to me in my heart and my gut you know after you know some quiet time and prayer and and and <hes> things like that it was a pretty easy decision once i got to that point the process was tough and it was <hes> hard to think about all of those things and change is difficult sometimes but once i got to the point where i was at ease and content and i knew that that was where god wanted me to go. It was a pretty the easy decision. How about some career highlights from david ragan about david ragan. I mean i certainly made a lot of dumb mistakes as a as a kid as a you know twenty only one twenty two year old guy in the sport. I felt like i missed out on some race wins at different places but he that's just part of growing and learning and he you know i i did the best i could with what knowledge i had then. I just wasn't a smart back. Then as i feel like i am today or experienced but you know i have so many great memories <hes> from just getting that phone call off from jack rouch that <hes> that i'm gonna get to drive a truck series part time with mark martin to you know moving up into the cup series to making that i start at the daytona five hundred appeared to you know your first poll to your first win. Those are all <hes> great memories but probably the biggest is just the <hes> the relationships that i've built inside the garage. I mean i've got some great friends that i'll always continue to be friends with my wife will be friends and our kids will be friends with their kids through <hes> throughout the last twelve twelve years of of hanging out flying with each other <hes> racing with each other being teammates with one another and so that those are relationships that will carry on <hes> a lot the lot longer than than any driving career will and firm david regan. What has it been like to be a nascar driver over the years probably different than a banker i yeah i think being a a race car driver like i was explaining the g._m. You are not only racing for yourself and your family but you're racing for thousands of employees that that are supporting the motor sports program at ford motor company. You know your sponsor that.

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"dave reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"Restarts really are exciting. Me three legitimately four one. Not the four wide, where they're looking at it straight on down the backstretch and Mike. Joy gets all crazy, so one. And it's really could you can see the five cars, but they're nowhere near each other. This was legitimate, like four wallet and the restarts were fun. And the fact that there were so many restarts made those parts exciting. I would much rather have given up half those restarts. And in the process, given up half the cautions with. It you know in the caution laps. It went with it. I'm sorry to cut, you know, but I think we've been in line all year. Restarts have been fantastic. The restarts have been great. The one thing we enjoyed was the restarts problem is, we didn't have any caution flags for most this year, which is fine makes the race go quicker. But it means people get strung out more now and things like that. So I wonder now we should really start, and someone should really start. Keeping a counter on phantom, cautions going forward. We are going to get more, they want more restart. Yeah. They want more research. I think we might have a phantom caution spree in a little bit because I mean it's it's, it's, it's good racing. When it's when it's there those first couple laughs after caution. It's great. Maybe that's the only upside to these these these segments. We get we get Reese were guaranteed at least two restarts. Then, and in a couple of racist year, we haven't had much more than that. Yeah. Exactly. Those restarts. But it's an you, you nail it. Once you got past those first three or four laps after restart things kinda get themselves sorted. Yeah. We had a couple of instances on the research where somebody would fight for Lebed once everybody got sorted that was kind of it. That's why break is asking one two segments in a row in. And that's why Martin junior when the third segment and the whole race because beyond the restarts. It was a normal intermediate track race. That's what it was. And that's what we've been saying women saying that the package is awful because the racing sucks what we've been saying, is that the package is awful because it's just another pile of hype that boils down to the same exact race. And I'm sure that there were moments when they had the low low low low low downforce package who said the same thing you know what this. One part was really good because a little downforce baggage respite. No maurice. Would you like to venture? Would you like to play a venturing game with the play a game right now? Oh game game to how many lead changes, do you believe there was cook, six hundred six hundred miles? Now, this is going to be interesting because unlike all the other aces, and we're gonna talk later about NASCAR Neil toting out the stats again. We didn't have all those green flag runs in those green flag runs. You know that, that leads to an insane number of lead changes, quote unquote, when it's really screamed like pitstops, I'm gonna say. Eight and I don't know the answer. Honestly, don't know the eight lead changes. Yeah. If we're talking start finish line. I'm talking in general race report that they give. Okay. Well, if you're talking about going that I'm not going that. Yeah. What's the reset? If you're talking about the NASCAR when the loop data thing then and give me. Thirty two. Oh, just over thirty really thirty. Now. Can you tell me how many drivers were among those who you may? And I would say, only about six or seven little low eleven driver eleven oh. Other you go. William Byron Kurt Busch pusher, Kabul, just as k Bush, assuming that's Kyle collared. Yep. Yeah. The NASCAR doesn't realize to capable, of course they don't know. Of course, not so William Byron Kyle Busch Kevin Harvick mardi tricks junior Daniel Hamrick. Led six laps. He did. I remember that 'cause Laos sqi Hamlin Blaney. Bill. Bowman damon. Alex Bowman Hawn Percy as in bands, play five hundred air one. Then you had, of course chase Elliott and we all remember Dave Reagan. That's right. Because he tried hip lay. Pit strategy dry to play pitched not work at all should not only got Ray. He got rammed up the ass by for auto. They're not. Yeah. E N llegado. I think was pissed at him and said, I should just rectum for you in that crap at the end of the race. Staying out there on old tyres?.

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"dave reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

"For tied ill in the. I know you love those. Nobody's. Why why aren't you more excited about that? That's really cool. I guess for tied Dylan why why are you such a Downer? Radka Slavsky spun is to car perfectly. He had the the first Pitztal coming into pit lane. And he landed in the stall backwards absolutely perfectly like a planet and his crew the entire stop like it was no big deal. Yeah. It was pretty awesome. I mean, you couldn't do that. Again, if you tried you would imagine. But did you see the Dave Reagan on race actually said he has he wouldn't be able to do that. Again. If you tried 'cause Lasca tweeted back approve it. It was pretty pretty impressive seven apps to go. Huge crash. Like, we mentioned Chris butcher. Matt Debenham detto Justin Haley and Martin junior. When all Merola dumped Bush or I mean, that's what it looked like anyway. Yeah, we're all Paul pulled in Austin Dillon, which is what happened to Admiral in the five hundred a couple of years ago. So role was on the the delivery end of this this time. But yeah, Chris butcher spun around and literally met Benedetto at nowhere to go and pretty much front of divinity car in the front of Bush's car slammed right into each other about one hundred ninety miles an hour, and that that was a hard hit that the the wreck everybody was talking about after the race even more. So than the winner. Huge massive wreck after the white flag included scary crash for the forty two of Kyle Larson. Involved was William Byron Jeffrey Earnhardt who was running. Well, David Ragan. Ryan Blaney was also in that partially. But yeah, man, Kyle Larson, slamming the wall wells kinda sideways and airborne. Yeah. And I've got a satellite feed for Talladega. Superspeedway, which is pretty awesome, blah, blah, and the satellite feed Larsen just up flipping right now. I'm watching it. He just stopped flipping finally an that's amazing a week long or nothing but just flipping. He's gotta be dizzy imagine. Probably anyhow glad he walked away his season. His dismal season. I think he'll his only finished one race and the one he fish was Daytona. I think he was even involved in several crashes in that and somehow got top ten finish. So he's he's pretty rough season to this point. And I know he's getting pretty worn out on it. But they're, you know, with the platform at the way, it is is long as you stick with it. And you somehow pull out a win where you're at as long as the top thirty. You're they're in the playoffs. So. He shouldn't give up just yet. But man, it's got to be very very trying on him at this point O'Connell petty. And I talk about that he's coming up next. We also talk about the state of NASCAR what they can do to become more popular if anything, and we also talk about his charity. Right. His twenty fifth anniversary of that thing. Kyle petty is next on T F L W. My name's Gary. Hey, I'm Toby Christie. And if you like what we do here at Tf L W all the ways known as the final lap weekly. We've got a patriot page at where you can donate to us, essentially, you're your tip. If you feel like we're doing a good job. And you wanna throw us a bone? Do it in the form of cash at patriotair dot com slash the final app. We work hard to bring you these shows and interviews and all that kind of fun stuff that you hear each and every week, and I haven't let Toby talk yet. That's right. You haven't. But you know, the cool part care. You're talking about them giving us.

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"dave reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

"And David Ragan put up his number thirty eight NASCAR race car donated by his team Reagan's brought in three hundred thousand Jeff's brought in six hundred total that equals nine yes. And all the money going to the driver's respective charity. So that part is the coolest part yet is so you're like, okay. Well, cool. You know, they've got six hundred thousand three hundred thousand day split the difference over the car costs, and they sent that Jerry know, the full gavel price, here, whatever they smack the hammer on that's what they gave out and for Jeff Gordon car was kinda unique because his car originally sold for four hundred thousand and when the guy purchased it he immediately threw back on the auction block and a gun two hundred thousand I'm confused. So okay, he put his used car up there twenty sixteen. Okay. So Jeff, Gordon put his C seven abuse, corvette. He got four hundred thousand a guy bid four hundred thousand dollars, right? Then the car lost money in the next auction. No, no. No. No. No. Well, I mean, theoretically, yes. But no. So the guy spent four hundred thousand and then he said, no put it back up there for more just keep my four thousand put it back up there. But the new guy got it for less. Yeah. So he should really be mad about that. Hit harder spent his four hundred thousand so what do you do? That's bizarre. But anyway, it's a good story all around because the charities got the money. Yeah. Shriners hospitals is what got it for Dave Reagan's stuff there. That's obvious the sponsor of the car the auctioned off. And then of course, Jeff Gordon's will go to the Jeff Gordon children's foundation. Yep. Yep. Yep. So lots of kids happy now. Yep. Really cool about video games. Carry aren't they big business these days? That's what I hear. Yeah. In NASCAR is no different. Which is why we're seeing real race teams joined the ranks of I racing online. Yep. Okay. You're going to really help me out junior. Sports. Joe Gibbs racing. Clint Boyer racing and wood brothers racing. All participate in January thirtieth draft to slick drivers to compete, virtually and the twentieth. Nineteen NASCAR peak. I racing series. I believe it's still sponsor that series the prize pool for the series is now a whopping one hundred thousand dollars to play a game. Goodness. Yeah. But that's like chump change compared to some of those video game, turn amounts. It is. Yes, it is. You don't know this? No, man. I'm I'm just a millennial. What do you expect me to know? Well, there are like massive tournaments for some of the biggest. To go into this. Okay. Maybe people don't know. Then continue go into it. Now. Forget it. I don't turn. It's and you know, you don't want to know. Okay. Forget it. I will keep this information myself don't keep the information about ship can ask your yourself. Let's hear it Okay. Didn't we do this last week? I tricked you maybe. No, no didn't after losing his full-time Premo Chip Ganassi racing. Xfinity series ride for twenty nineteen. Ross Chastain picked up a race vehicle for the upcoming Daytona truck race event. They'll be in the number forty five. Niece motorsports Chevrolet is that. Right. That's correct tests. Not niece AA or okay. Nothing beyond that race not behind but beyond that race for Ross to announce just yet and the sponsor the paint scheme of it's really cool designed by Paul junior. The the orange coaster Orange County. Choppers guy. All right. Very cool. Let's get into our driver spotlight from William Byron. And I up what has WB up to in the off season to prepare for twenty nineteen..

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"dave reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"I think a better chance overall than than he did. Then when you go about that. Now, you're in the Suarez, Jamie MAC. Paul menard. Ricky Stenhouse junior Ryan Newman Alex Bowman Eric Jones, Jimmy Johnson. Austin Dillon all of those guys with the exception of Bowman and soirees own Menard have wanna race before. Wait minard wanna race didn't wanna raise years ago? Yeah. Yeah. Have to look that up to make sure I'm saying it right now. I think you're right. I think he wants them like road course. He win Indy. Almost certain he. Yeah. Won one race. And you were absolutely right. It was the Brickyard. I thought so I thought he went prestigious race that. No one really cared about. Yep. Yep. That's exactly what he did. But I mean, those guys those guys at least have shown they could win. And when you look at those those teams. All right. A win by Hendrick. A gentleman digger multi car team in JT Dorothy, who would be one of those types of teams that would that would massively benefit from that type of system. I mean, that's really what they lack they don't lack motivation. I mean, those guys want to be there. But they liked the money. Right Suarez jobs racing. Is we're gonna talk about here in a second going to be headed the Stewart Haas, Jamie MAC, big time team. Paul Menard would brothers another team that would love to race full time. And they are racing fulltime. But they would love to be competitive. They just don't really have the backing of the financial means to do it other than that. You're talking about row tracing Ricky Stenhouse Newman's going the route tracing Alex Bowman that's Hendra either. All big time teams from there on up. And yeah, you could argue well new would suck only having like six major owners in the sport, you know, with four cars each, and it's not how it will work. There'd be like eight or ten owners. Okay. That's fallen eater. Tendons is cool with me. Why not like essentially eight or ten odors right now. Yeah. And below that below that twenty-five you've got Dave Reagan. You've got Michael McDowell tied Dillon. Bubba wallace. Deebo then part timers case came Trevor Bayne Matt Kenseth Reagan Smith Korla, Joey Kollwitz those. I mean, Greg organised guys we're not gonna win races. Jeffrey on her is not gonna win cow weatherman not gonna win race. And it's one of those things where wouldn't you want to have a dumb it car winning championships and win races against the best and only the best. And then and then that like it gives drive for these smaller teams, and it gives them a little I obviously everyone's to be Cup series. But you're gonna go poor, and you're gonna you're gonna finish mid pack for what how does that improve your team? How does it improve your driver? You're gonna take Greg all the money and then go bankrupt. Eventually, I mean, just in a word ridiculus, they need to cut all that crap out. Yeah. Maybe maybe they'll like, our ideas. But that's fine. You can you know, you can just they can come up with their own, but they've got to cut all the crap out and just get down to religiously competitive teams, like even I don't even know who the worst team in the NFL was this year. But next year literally they could make the playoffs. I mean, they could whoever it is. I think about the eagles eagles won the Super Bowl. They just barely squeaked in this year. Why because in that league there there are nothing but good players. And so even the poopie is team with some slight tweaking a little bit of money here and there can turn from a crap team into a playoff team. But that can't happen in NASCAR right now with the way, it's structured, I mean, you know, with with the balance between the haves and the have nots and the quality of the drivers in the cars..

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"dave reagan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The chance to both lower cost improve quality. That's what proposition eight is about. And we're you know, we're committed to this not just here in California. But ultimately across the country. This industry has been recognized by the federal government. Despite the fact that only serves a sliver of patients about sixty six thousand in California. It is a significant and material driver of the cost escalation of health care for all consumers with commercial or job based insurance and enough is enough. You shouldn't be able to have a twenty one percent profit margin. Which is what davita for scientists having California. Those two companies made over three billion dollars in profits last year, and they have had an endless opportunity for price gouging and profiteering. And we think it's time to stop that represents the yes on eight campaign and Kathy Fairbanks represents the no on eight campaign spending a lot of money hundred eleven million dollars. This is important to spend money on why other than keeping the prophets going. It's a significant risk to kidney dialysis patients in California, and it could jeopardize their lives by limiting access to dialysis. It's actually you. You you alluded to this earlier Dave Reagan's group is behind this initiative. They funded olive proposition. Eight say. For a few thousand dollars from the party. And it's a way to force the dialysis providers in California to unionize their employees, even though the the employees so far have said, they don't want a unionized. We think this is the wrong use of the ballot process. Keep working with the employee's. Keep trying to convince them to join your union don't use the ballot process in this way. And we have a lot of groups that agree with us the.

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"dave reagan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To issue refunds to patients or their insurers when they earned revenue exceeding. One hundred fifteen percent of the cost of the patient care. Supporters say the measure would force clinics to spend more money caring for patients and bring down insurance premiums opponents say that if approved probate would cause clinics to cut services or close endangering the lives of patients who rely on them joining us to discuss proposition. Eight carry fiber NPR health editor good morning. Good morning. Kathy Fairbanks is with us as well. She represents the no on eight campaign and is a partner had bicker. Custodio and Fairbanks good morning. Thank you very much. Glad to have you. Dave reagan. Who's also with us here. He represents the yes. On eight campaign and is president of the United Healthcare workers. West welcome. Good morning. Good morning to all of you. And let me begin carry with you. I mean, this is a question. Of. People's minds too much prophets by the private dialysis companies charging patients, I mean, it's really putting a ceiling on that. I guess some people say we shouldn't put ceilings on anything. This is free market. Right. Yeah. Well, there is a free market in health care in the US. But there's also a lot of regulations of that market. And this is really a function of a couple of trends in health care, and dialysis specifically we have more patients who need dialysis we have more people aging in our country. And we also have more people who are having kidney failure failure due to things like, diabetes and obesity. We've also had a lot of market consolidation in the dialysis industry to the point where we now have two companies controlling about seventy percent of the market of dialysis clinics in California. And that's for sixty six thousand or so Californians at any one time who need dialysis and the thing about dialysis is if you need it you need it about three times a week. So you need clinics near where people live and work. And so that's really what where we are today with this ballot proposition. We're often talking about. Underprivileged people where people have lower incomes people of color. That's true. Yes. And what are the what are we talking about in terms of the prophets? Well, there are prophets in this industry. Billions billions these are to for profit companies davita, and for seniors are the ones that have consulted a lot of the market in California and across the country, and many people have pointed out that these profits are higher than say, California hospitals have for their operating margins and they're also regulated less than they don't have staffing ratios like hospitals in California. So that's sort of where the debate is as far as, hey, maybe we need to put some more regulations on this industry. And this would be a pretty indirect way of doing that. However, it would sort of look at revenue and and incentivize the dialysis clinics to reinvest some of that revenue into patient care, which could mean everything from higher wages, better training, more quit -ment. That's written into probate is will it's not written into the prophets. More of a assumption of how this would work the assumption is that they're going to clean up their act so to speak because there was a propublica investigation that showed that many of these clinics are really unsanitary and have terrible problems on. It's been a lot of coverage of problems at dialysis clinics. There's a lot of them. They don't receive much attention until recently with more patients coming into the system. But yeah. Those sort of regulations of how much clinics should spend on training, or what the staffing ratios should be are not in the ballot proposition merely. This gives clinics a choice, you can either rebate extra income back to a patient's insurance company or you can choose to reinvest reinvest that into direct patient care. And then the thinking is that would be either higher wages, perhaps better training for the staff and that in itself would reduce some of the problems that have been reported, and maybe just make the place of sanitary. Propublica said about half of these places had real problems on that score. We're going to hear from both sides on this carry. There's a lot of money in this. I mean, in fact, the no the opposition. I think has set a record nationally, but one hundred eleven million. Yeah. And this there is a lot of is watching us in California. Because I think the dials industry and other states, and it's often the same companies if they fear that if this happens in California might set up a domino effect and other states might try it in fact in Ohio some people wanted to put something very similar to this on their ballot. Ultimately, there's a court fight over the signatures. It's not on the ballot in Ohio this year. But it would be a very a new idea. Very revolutionary. It's similar to something that was in the Affordable Care Act that did pass and did put a similar regulation on insurance policies healthcare insurance. But the difference here is that this is a direct patient care. So this is sort of putting that same sort of revenue cap on something that is a direct service to patients, and that would be a new thing. Carry health reporter health editor excuse me for NPR for National Public Radio right to Dave Reagan because we start. As a traditional rule here with those who support the campaigns that they representing yes. On eight wise important California's well, it's important for many of the reasons you and Kerry just mentioned, but I'd say two things in particular first off if you look not just in California, but across the country, the escalating cost of healthcare is at the top of the list for what voters care about in dialysis is, frankly, an outlier even within the healthcare landscape about price gouging profiteering rampant cost escalation proposition eight if passed by the voters on November six would reduce significantly the cost of dialysis thereby the cost of healthcare and start to dent this problem that people care about and as you've both just reported. It would also for the first time actually create incentives for the dialysis industry to spend adequately on the things that patients care about which is staffing cleanliness those types of things. So it's important. Public policy, and that's why we've seen this unprecedented sum of money being spent by these completely self interested for profit corporation. You got the Democratic Party backing you, but a lot of this has to do with the union wiser union here where a union of healthcare workers are members work across the healthcare industry, and they care about their profession. They care about.

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"dave reagan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:57 min | 2 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sunny skies this morning are expected to become partly cloudy by this afternoon, and we'll have high temperatures that'll range from the upper sixty s along the coast to the low eighties. Well inland. Look for northwesterly winds increasing the between ten and twenty miles per hour by this afternoon. Welcome to forum. I'm Michael Krasny. Proposition. Eight would require California's dialysis clinics to issue refunds to patients or their insurers when they earned revenue exceeding one hundred and fifteen percent of the cost of the patient care. Supporters say the measure would force clinics to spend more money caring for patients and bring down insurance premiums opponents say that if approved would cause clinics to cut services or close and danger in the lives of patients who rely on them. Joining us to discuss proposition. Eight Kerry fiber NPR health editor good morning Kerry. Good morning, Kathy Fairbanks is with us as well. She represents the no on eight campaign and is a partner had bicker. Cossio and Fairbanks good morning. Thank you very much. Glad to have you. Dave reagan. Who's also with us here. He represents the yes. On eight campaign and is president of the United Healthcare workers. West welcome. Good morning. Good morning to all of you. And let me begin carry with you. I mean, this is a question of. People's minds too much prophets by the private dialysis companies charging patients. I mean, it's really putting a ceiling on that. I guess some people say we shouldn't put ceilings on anything this free market. Right. Yeah. Well, there is a free market in health care in the US. But there's also a lot of regulations of that market. And this is really a function of a couple of trends in health care, and dialysis specifically we have more patients who need dialysis we have more people aging in our country. And we also have more people who are having kidney failure failure due to things like, diabetes and obesity. We've also had a lot of market consolidation in the dialysis industry to the point where we now have two companies controlling about seventy percent of the market of dialysis clinics in California. And that's for sixty six thousand or so Californians at any one time who need says. And the thing about dialysis is if you need it you need it about three times a week. So you need clinics near where people live and work. And so that's really what where we are today with this ballot proposition. We're often talking about the underprivileged people or people have lower incomes people of color. That's true. Yes. And what are the what are we talking about in terms of the prophets? Well, there are prophets in this industry. Billions billions these are to for profit companies davita, and for seniors are the ones that have consolidated a lot of the market in California and across the country, and many people have pointed out that these profits are higher than say, California hospitals have for their operating margins and they're also regulated last, and they don't have staffing ratios like, hospitals and California. So that's sort of where the debate is as far as, hey, maybe we need to put some more regulations on this industry. And this would be a pretty. Indirect way of doing that. However, it would sort of look at revenue and incentivize the dialysis clinics to reinvest some of that revenue into patient care, which could mean everything from higher wages, better training more equipment. That's written into probate is well, it's not written into the prophets. More of a assumption of how this would work. The assumption is that they're going to clean up their act sort of speakers. There was a propublica investigation that showed that many of these clinics are really unsanitary and have terrible problems on there's been a lot of coverage of problems at dialysis clinics. There's a lot of them. They don't receive much attention until recently with more patients coming into the system. But yeah. Those sort of regulations of how much clinics should spend on training, or what the staffing ratios should be are not in the ballot proposition merely. This gives clinics a choice, you can either rebate extra income back to a patient's insurance company or you can choose. Us to reinvest reinvest that into direct patient care. And then the thinking is that would be either higher wages, perhaps better training for the staff and that in itself would reduce some of the problems that have been reported, and maybe even just make the place of sanitary because propublica was said about half of these places had real problems on that score. We're going to hear from both sides on this. But curry. There's a lot of money in this. I mean, in fact, the the no the opposition. I think has set a record nationally by one hundred eleven million. Yeah. And this there is a lot of is watching us in California because I think the dialysis industry and other states, and it's often the same companies if they fear that if this happens in California, it might set up a domino effect and other states might try in fact in Ohio some people wanted to put something very similar to this on their ballot. Ultimately, there was a court fight over the signatures. It's not on the ballot in Ohio this year. But it would be a very a new idea. Very revolutionary. It's similar to something that was in the Affordable Care Act that did pass and did put a similar regulation on insurance policies healthcare insurance. But the difference here is that this is a direct patient care. So this is sort of putting that same sort of revenue cap on something that is a direct service to patients, and that would be a new thing again health reporter health editor shoes me for NPR for National Public Radio today Reagan because we started as a traditional rule here with those who. Support the campaigns that they representing your son, eight wise important California's, well, it's important for many of the reasons you and Kerry just mentioned, but I'd say two things in particular first off if you look not just in California, but across the country, the escalating cost of healthcare is at the top of the list for what voters care about dialysis is, frankly, an outline or even within the healthcare landscape about price gouging profiteering rampant cost escalation proposition eight if passed by the voters on November six would reduce significantly the cost of dialysis thereby the cost of healthcare and start to dent this problem that people care about and as you've both just reported. It would also for the first time actually create incentives for the dialysis industry to spend adequately on the things that patients care about which is staffing cleanliness those types of things. So it's important public policy. And that's why we've seen this on. Precedent at some of money being spent by these completely self interested for profit corporation. You got the Democratic Party backing you, but a lot of this has to do with the union y y is union here where a union of healthcare workers are members work across the healthcare industry, and they care about their profession. They care about the quality of services, they provide we were approached by dialysis patients who were tired of, you know, getting the type of treatment that they've been getting and we were poached by dialysis workers who want to see their profession improved. So we're advocates for a better system. And this is one of those unique opportunities where you have the chance to both lower cost improve quality. That's what proposition eight is about. And we're you know, we're committed to this not just here in California. But ultimately across the country. This industry has been recognized by the federal government, despite the fact that only serves a sliver of page. Silence about sixty six thousand in California. It is a significant and material driver of the cost escalation of healthcare for all consumers with commercial job based insurance and enough is enough. You shouldn't be able to have a twenty one percent profit margin. Which is what davita for scientists having California. Those two companies made over three billion dollars in profits last year, and they have had an endless opportunity for price gouging and profiteering, and we think it's time to stop that represents the yes on eight campaign and Kathy Fairbanks represents the no on eight campaign spending a lot of money hundred eleven million dollars. This.

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"dave reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"Three wins this year for once can't remember how many it is and everybody you can argue, who's the best in the sport right now you can totally argue that, but nobody will argue with the fact that aren't churched junior is one of the three best drivers on the track right now. I mean, he is, and that's one of the three best teams in furniture row. And so if the top three can't keep sponsor and we, we just saw Jimmy Johnson, seven time champion lose his main sponsor. And now Martin trucks, junior loses his sponsor, and then the owners gonna turn around and sell it. I mean, it's crazy. It's crazy to think that you could be that successful and then still still be at the top of your game. And then just being the situation where it's easier and better sell the team. You know. Yeah. I mean, it's the Dan thing you look at this whole thing. It's like, why? Why is this a like? Why should I be? You should be very, everyone should be very concerned about this. This is a team that goes from. They don't have to put any money on a pocket this year except for like quarter panel sponsors. You know, small stuff that they would do anyway, but they go down to what one sponsor now because you have to figure it's gonna be another half season with with the bass pro pro. And like honestly, like this is a huge deal and not enough people are giving credit to this or or worrying about this right now. Like that. Seems like the number one worry now. Now, if you were Barney Visser. Okay. Would you consider selling the team? And this is why? Okay, because they started small, they built their way up. They looked into Kurt Busch or or they took it. Sorry, I won't let say looked they. They took advantage of the opportunity to get Kurt Busch. He helped them kind of get over that hump and get a win, even though Dave Reagan form before that or was it Regan Smith? I always get those confused Regan Smith. So curb helps kinda springboard you. Then along comes Martin trucks. Junior again, Barney Visser takes image of a great opportunity and it goes far better than anyone would have ever expected, including sure, Barney, Visser metrics, junior, right? They never imagined when mardi sign that contract that they were going to be. You know that Brian was gonna Chuck a ring in his general direction and turn around and storm away because he wasn't drunk enough any the bar was open a backstage. So if you're Barney Visser and you're like, man, I started started from the bottom now. I'm her. Do you think that maybe he's thinking, hey, man, we did it like I did what I set out to accomplish a conquered the sport. I won my championship. There's this opportunity to get out. Would you get out to? I mean, when you see the crowds right now and you know that he's an older guys had heart attack, whatever. Maybe he's thinking, I've done it. It's time to go. And that's not typically what a NASCAR owner does, but he's not. He's a businessman. He's not NASCAR. Do you think he's just selling while the value is high? I think you have to sell. Now there's a couple of reasons you do this one. It's probably not gonna get any better for the next five years and to who knows what sponsorships gonna come with you? Three, he's, he's less than a year from a heart attack. Another one. Yeah. Well, he had a heart attack before the last race or the last season. He's he's going to be seventy like he. He had he had bypass surgery for Pete's sake. That's heavy heavy stuff. Yeah. So for for this whole situation, I mean, you have to get up because this also for the greater good of the team, you're out in Denver, how much better you going to be. If you're with everybody else in Charlotte, how much money are you going to save now that you have to truck back and forth to the east coast all the damn time. That's true. That is..

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"dave reagan" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on Around the NFL

"Last week, it special around here. You can feel it in the air. I'm just happy to be a part of it. And to me, it's Super Bowl or bust around that team this year. She, I got little brag news here. A lot of pressure on your right now bears in first round. Pick roquan Smith have agreed to terms. That's breaking news. Thank God. And you know, this was one of the most frustrating whole. That's even if you had no connection if you weren't a bears fan, but imagine if you're bears and he just want this team to turn the corner and you got the number eight overall pick and he can't get them in the building. And now he's there. He literally all of training camp. They broke for training camp on Sunday to go have a joint practice. It was twenty eight days this a long time, but they still have a while before the season starts. Can someone clarify one little bit of other breaking news Mark? Don't ruin this of the positive, Dave. Reagan us. Dramatic pause Vikings right guard. Mike remers previously, banged up with an ankle injury has returned to practice breaking let the air out of the balloon, their old sizzler. Did not know that you did not know that even though he was out of work. You didn't know this trend west Stor joining in on questionably breaking news mourner no, degradate I always knew I had west with this. You don't joke around about news now, frankly, newest item on rota world, right? But that doesn't make it like breaking. There's something that says year says you but back to. So that's interesting for the guard situation and then the soda, but. He all training camp Smith and now he's there. That's great. I'm always when they say like, okay, they broke for trade to the next three weeks, which I understand they were in one place that was not Chicago, and now they're going to a different place, the media, there's different media rules, for instance of how much you can watch practice, whether fans are there that is the difference. But ultimately, what's the difference? They're still just practicing every day, make my personal judgment. Sure. It's still training camp. Training camp is continue. I think trying. I agree with you wherever you're not fair, Vince or nine, eleven eight, bourbon, Illinois. Thank God. Well, also we're not watching like fleets of NFL artwork in their NFL network. Garb and shorts. We don't watch a bunch of male and Phil network talent in shorts for the next. So I it is a distinct break. I appreciate it. Bourbon mayor, Denise McVay just crashed their car into the side of the road. Like she's on this show. She's got enough issues on her hand and bourbon. Oh, burbenay taken shots..

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"dave reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"He does. You don't really awesome. Would he like whether you like to come on the show sometime. Not sure that'd be fun. John Johnny p Yeah, can he just could come. just come on and read. You come onto rant about something. Everybody we were. It'd be awesome. Love told him ages should just come in and just do it. Yeah. Fantastic. Like every every other week or simply give them a topic, and then he can just like like tear tear the new one. Let's well, I don't. I don't see why we're waiting for. Let's do this. Yeah, like this cookie. Yeah, I'm all right. So saga about some paint schemes because I mean when less Johnny's villa right now. Easley falls asleep at eight thirty eastern Godley always got to pay for that car somehow. Me right now. All right. So let's see here, harvest investments, harvest investments on the de bended the Tokala this weekend in Michigan. What else for Michigan? What else from Michigan on? Oh. Ooh. Paul Menard Paul Menard has a special scheme which looks amazing, like all their other schemes, Chris Bouche share who might be out of a ride at the end of the year, a slim, Jim. I think that's pretty cool car. Oh yeah. No trust me when we get to the Chris butcher, what the hell report we will get to that. I can't see the back of it from the photograph here. So I have the sponsors on the side Sulayman plumbing, Sulayman plumbing with the b, a joins brain chesting Ross Ross chesting at Michigan. All they probably had about as equals a Finnish, Eddie I know, right Trident, seafoods on Dave Reagan's car, not for one, but for two races. That's good for him. Lewis Kemp crab delights. I don't know what that is, but I think I'm going to try one Joe fort that's going to be this weekend and then Sunday or sorry, this weekend and the Phoenix, and then the best. One of all. Main and tail is back baby. Thank God shampoo for horses. Everyone is on the double zero car. This weekend. Her AA finish fortieth. God bless him. I don't care. I'll end Jacob. Jacob is going to be with require racing. Oh, that was at Watkins, slim about all. Well, then the best one. I save this one for last because it was a Darlington scheme hats off to rouse racing. Oh, thank you. Hey, Ricky Stenhouse junior. If you have not seen his throwback scheme for Darlington yet you must check it out. They did it one hundred percent, correct. That's what everything should be doing. It is a tribute to Chad little. The number ninety seven John Deere car. It not only is painted John Deere green and yellow, just like the car. It's a seventeen set of ninety. Seven so close on the number and they got John Deere on the hood and the quarter panel. That's attributed right there. That's like up upper why? Again, the row cars, getting a lot of tributes. What a tribute cars this year with with a forty one and the thirty two. And now the seventeen I'll take it. I'm sure the six will have one. Yeah. Yeah, everybody does Mark Martin scheme. They do, do they are they? Are they doing like intros for for the drivers at Darlington? Do they intros? I don't know. I can't remember if they do or not. Second question. Let's hope that they don't follow up question. No, I want them to do. Yes, because I want Joe divvy out there. Oh, sing, John, Deere green of wrong. Oh. You just cleared out all three listeners by the way. That's fine. All right. Listen, I've been told my my voice is like velvet peanut butter, so smooth just like Joe duties. Exactly. Yeah, you know, Billy Bob loves Charlene, you know that my God, he, those the words to do that was that was heavy rotation w. yes, you're absolutely right. It was my God. That's that's a riot. Oh, man. Where are we now? Oh, and Cummins on the number fourteen Clint Boyer Karosas and up with a towel. Get that cartel for some still Intel Negga not this weekend but coming up. No, No, it's not. it's not this weekend. You're right. We'll be right. It'll be in the chase on the playoffs. Bristles bristles is in the playoffs. I think I can't remember cry- Christ. I can't remember nobody's listening fight at the hell with it. Nobody's listening anyway. One, God damn lamb..

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"dave reagan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Good morning it's six forty i'm dave reagan said every time i feel good i it's only it's only a matter of time before you know it starts clicking consistently yes after the yankee starter toss six innings of one run ball in four one win at the orioles bombers getting a four hundred thirty foot home run from aaron judge craig burge triple rbi hits muslim rwandan gleyber torres and savor thirteen from morales chapman they are seasonhigh nineteen games over five hundred masahiro tanaka goes today against kevin gosper three twenty five pre game on the fan metzer below five hundred for the first time this year talked about it we had some some things that we need to get to discuss and we did it manager mickey callaway after seven four loss to the cubs at city field one which kogyo scored three runs in the seventh and eighth to erase a tuneup and deficit calloway held a rare meeting which he's not a fan of paul seawall the blown save and lost sack wheeler runs over six plus jacob degrom tonight against mike montgomery braves defeated the nationals four nothing giants beat the phillies fort for nothing as well diamondbacks all over the marlins nine to one dodgers edged the rockies eleven to eight reds over the padre seven two pirates took care the cardinals for zip white sox one eight three over the brewers astros top the red sox seventy three tigers five blue jays to mariners a thirteen inning walk off against the race for two three the twins beat the indians seventy four angels past the rangers six nothing athletics much better than the royal sixteen to nothing nba's last two minute report for game one of the finals a lane violation on draymond green during george hills misao shot and in addition to that should have been lebron at the line because green foul james prior to hill receiving the ball kevin love not suspended for tomorrow night's game two after stepping on the court during thursday scuffle gained three of the stanley cup final tonight between the golden knights and capitalism dc seven forty five right here on the fan series tied at one kyle stanley walkie neiman by two strokes at eleven undergoing around three of the memorial son over the sky one ten to seventy two in wnba action with reports every twenty minutes dave ran wfan twenty twenty sports a wake up on saturday morning with me right after richard near join me evan roberts at ten am sto fallout from game one of the nba finals what a.

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"dave reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

The Final Lap

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on The Final Lap

"Ace besides stenhouse who well that that would be david ragan that's true he is i mean he actually has a victories just like stenhouse and likes house takes equipment that doesn't usually run in the top ten week after week and at plate races he gets great finishes out of it six place for dave reagan in the front row motorsports ford fusion this week and dare we say we have a new plate ace right here in iraq merola at number seven i mean he was fixing to win the daytona five hundred earlier this year when not of that era role is actually a decent top ten finish or plate races for a long time now if you look back at the last few seasons probably like last three or four maybe even five seasons and even the series he's taken that ninety eight car to some pretty good runs in the in the plate races in the extremely series so he's he's been right up there we've got alex bowman here which is now the second hms in the top ten are they are they back it looks like they're finally starting to hit on some things and if that's the case everyone needs to be a little worried that the sleeping giant is kind of waking back up especially this weekend at dover there's a certain driver of the forty eight who seems to do fairly well there winless ryan newman at number nine and wrapping things up in the top ten daniel swore as broken wrist hey no thing so that's a broken wrist another thumb in the ryssdal area the ryssdal area.

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"dave reagan" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"dave reagan" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Malvern call the summit insurance group at 501 three three to five fourth three four shares of urban how fitting jumped seventeen percent as the ico retailer reported earnings that exceeded expectations target gained more than three percent on a solid quarterly profit report that included increased online sales bristol myers squibb off twothirds percent the drug maker's saying a drug treatment for kidney cancer for patients did not meet one of its primary goals and a late stage trial the commerce department says new housing starts eased from the june pace with one point one million new starts in july five point six percent less than last year the dow made a brief morning run towards a new alltime high then backed off to settle with twenty five point gain a twenty two thousand twenty four about one hundred points below the alltime high the nasdaq today plus 12 the sp up three and a half down day and the oil pit crude down seventy seven cents to 46 dollars seventy eight cents a barrel john friars and for cbs news it'll be a muggy night tonight with some clouds and a thunderstorm or to developing towards dave reagan which could be heavy the low seventy seven or tomorrow clouds will yield season sunshine will see a shower or thunderstorm in the area especially for the morning hours and against him rainfall can be heavy at times very early tomorrow eighty nine degrees raise below tomorrow night seventy three for friday a mixture of clouds and sunshine with an afternoon thunderstorm returning to some spots 90 degrees i'm accuweather meteorologist danielle knittle eric harley and gary mcnamara on red eye radio on wednesday night thursday morning show lot of discussion about the press conference by the president on tuesday what's going on with north korea kim jong o are the plans on or off and eric when congress gets back together in september senator bernie sanders is going to offer medicare for all midnight tonight each red eye radio on news radio.

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