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More Than $140M In EDD Benefits Paid Out To California Inmates, Investigation Finds

All Things Considered

00:51 sec | 6 d ago

More Than $140M In EDD Benefits Paid Out To California Inmates, Investigation Finds

"And federal prosecutors say California's Employment Development Department has been paying benefits to tens of thousands of inmates costing the state over $140 million from NPR member station KQED Julie Chang reports. The fraudulent claims were filed between March and August. The even included some high profile inmates like convicted murderer Scott Peterson. State Assembly member David Chu says this adds to a long list of failures by the state agency. So many of our constituents make a single typo. And then he did the application and they're denied income for months when an inmate on death row can use a fake name to get benefits paid out. Prosecutor said the department didn't cross reference unemployment claims against the list of prisoners like some other states do. The state agency has been overwhelmed with millions of benefit claims since March that resulted in a backlog that led to a two week shutdown in September

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"david chu" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:23 min | 3 months ago

"david chu" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That because Governor Newsome has signed on that does give some lawmakers you know some cover to vote for things that being assured that you know they're not going to go to bat for this bill. Only to have it be rejected by the governor. So that I think will give some people protection. Well, right, And you can already see this in the way that they're framing it the way that they're discussing it. I mean, right out of the gate when they started getting all sorts of heat from different tenants, groups. Lots of folks have been saying Well, hey, this is just something that's going to get us over the hump until next session. Next year when the lawmakers back into the capital, where they're talking again about new provisions this law if it's approved the set, you know sunset on February 1st. So you know that's their hoping Tio jumpstart a new discussion before them. And you know something member David Chu, who was you know it was one of the key negotiators and key authors in this Has even said, You know, if you if you're not happy with this bill, if you come out come out between now and February 1st because this is when this is how we're going to be ableto really build momentum to get it. A stronger bill, he says. This is if if you act if folks make their voices heard between on rivers, and that goes for the other side, too, if their landlords who are feeling that they're not represented that this bill's hurting them. It's between now and February. 1st is the time to make your voice heard. Right, And I think that's something to keep in mind that you just brought up that there is an aspect that landlords are concerned as well because, of course, many of them used the rent that they received from their tenants to pay the mortgage on their properties. So is there any protection for landlords in there? Who might be afraid that they won't be able to pay those mortgages? Yeah. You know, this is this is Theo. Interesting Part of this. It's almost like you know, in the ocean with a bigger fish, you know, eat the smaller fish. Yet Bigger fish eats that yet Bigger fish, the know the landlord lobby landlord lobby really pushed back on some of the tighter elements of this bill that would have helped tenants. But the banking industry push back on a lot of the elements that would have helped Property owners and landlords. So the banking industry really didn't want to see a mortgage for parents. They were really arguing hard that this would hit their bottom line in a big way and have a cascading economic effect. And in negotiations that was the four Barrons was one element that was lost. There is an expansion of the homeowner bill of rights to cover new classes of Property owners, But I'm not hearing a lot of people crowing about how great that is. This is not necessarily known bill that people are excited about it. It doesn't sound like it's it's going to do a lot. We're talking about evictions with Joe Fitz Gerald Rodriguez. He's a reporter and producer for the news. What questions do you have about the eviction crisis in California and how the Legislature is addressing it? You can give us a call at 866733678686673367. 86 fill in San Pablo. Tell us what you think They're well, I'm you know, I'm just sort of blown away. And how this Khun go on as long as it's going on, because my problem is during the pandemic. My landlord has raised my rent by $400. That's just, you know, in the past within the past couple of months. And I've been waiting for my unemployment since March. And I live in a single family home, so I'm not exempt from rent increases. So having this moratorium on evictions is really important to me. And this, but I'm I'm frustrated because I've gone to my state Senator. Excuse my assemblymen, and I'm getting no release. They just keep saying, you know. Hang in there and wait and we'll get back to you. I haven't heard from anybody. Well, Joining us now is Kristina Livingston. She's the statewide executive director for the Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment. Christina talked to us a little bit about that you have been your group has been representing tenants. And what are some of the concerns that your hearing Thanks for having me. Yeah, we organized, you know, low income community members and black and Latin Next community members across the state and You know at a basic level, so who right now do not receive income because they lost their job or because they weren't eligible for unemployment. They are really right now struggling just to figure out how to feed themselves, much less pay the rent, and there is a pandemic obviously raging outside of everyone storage. And so the notion that anyone could be evicted at this moment does mean that many people will fall into the street and will become more susceptible to covert people are really scared. For their lives in this moment. Your group has said that the governor turned his back on renters with this bill. Why do you think that? And if you think that why did you guys eventually signed on to a compromise? Well, I want to say we did not sign on to a compromise. The took no part in those negotiations. He opposed that compromise on we do believe that he turned his back on renters. The only reason that renters were not allowed to be evicted because the court stepped up and said that they not be filing evictions. They will not allow them to go through. The governor from the beginning has the responsibility on the city, some of which would do something in some of which would not leaving of tenants vulnerable and with this bill, He's only saying that for some period of time, some people cannot be evicted for non payment of rent. But that leaves every other eviction on the table. And there are several unscrupulous landlords who have been harassing tenants. During the pandemic, who would happily find some other way Some other reason to move forward with an eviction and push people into the streets until for us. The bottom line is while we are being told to shelter He should. Require every person to have the opportunity to stay in their homes by canceling evictions right now. And are you concerned about the requirement in this legislation that would require renters to state under penalty of perjury that they've been affected by Koven? We've heard some people say, you know, for instance, those in the undocumented community might not be willing to take that step. Yeah, That's exactly right. You know, every piece of every requirement that gets put into place that makes it held up with some second people, actually micro target So to him, those born about have you The undocumented, you know, so to work in labor that under the table for various reasons, you know people who received in the income in that way by the folks. You have some Difficulties with the law. Anybody who would see and apparently luxury and think this could turn out to me in the future and therefore with self selected eviction. That's a micro target, and it's actually sort of throwing away on the most vulnerable people in our community. Let's go to Steve in Santa Rosa. Steve, you're on forum. Well, thank you for taking my call again. I might have missed this because you know, I just turn the radio off. But the question is what happens after summer, September, 1st if you are caught up in your rent And then as the economy worsens, which it most certainly will. You know, you can't pay, you know, maybe in October or even in September. What happens then? You know, it's just just Bill. You know, Sort of still, you know include Ah, a moratorium for people that are caught up on their red currently and.

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Crackdown on immigrant families to start Sunday

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Crackdown on immigrant families to start Sunday

"Says this problem is not going away unless I think the solution is to address and look at the root cause why are so many people fleeing in Central America and Africa and Asia coming up through Mexico it's because they're refugees from climate crisis and economic crises that our country is directly contributing to such as cutting aid to Central America Edwin Carmona cruise says he believes ice began making arrests last Sunday the reason why we believe that ice has already started these operations is in part because of allies like you a community organizer is across the bay area I have made it logistically impossible for ice to do in math all of our community members in San Francisco about Butler KCBS one sanctuary city in the bay area taking a stand against the widely anticipated immigration crackdown KCBS is gentle lane reports from San Francisco city hall mayor London breed was surrounded by dozens of city leaders and immigrant advocates as she reiterated that San Francisco does not cooperate with immigration enforcement assemblyman David Chu jointer Mr trump and to the department that is coming after our families if you wanna come after them you're gonna have to come through all of us Marcellus bars overseas San Francisco's rapid response hotline for immigrants she said the word raid brings to mind what I say agents did during the last administration today ice's operations are a lot more covert they conduct extensive surveillance and wait outside of people's homes and wait for them to come out or to let them inside and then conduct collateral arrests and that is why people need to be prepared and know that they do not have to open the door that hotline has seen a steep increase in calls from immigrants wanting to know their rights just in the last few

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San Francisco leaders speak out ahead of expected immigration raids

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:12 min | 1 year ago

San Francisco leaders speak out ahead of expected immigration raids

"Later good afternoon I'm Rebecca chorale here's what's happening another sanctuary city is taking a stand against the widely anticipated immigration crackdown this weekend KCBS is generally reports from San Francisco city hall mayor London breed was surrounded by dozens of city leaders and immigrant advocates as she reiterated that San Francisco does not cooperate with immigration enforcement assemblyman David Chu jointer Mr trump and to the department that is coming after our families if you want to come after them you're gonna have to come through all of us Marcellus bars overseas San Francisco's rapid response hotline for immigrants she said the word raid brings to mind what I say jins did during the last administration today ice's operations are a lot more covert they conduct extensive surveillance and wait outside of people's homes and wait for them to come out or to let them inside and then conduct collateral arrests and that is why people need to be prepared and know that they do not have to open the door that hotline has seen a steep increase in calls from immigrants wanting to know their rights just in the last few weeks in San Francisco Jenna Laine

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"david chu" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Under center garoppolo fix it on faked in and around the gobert of hey guys it down look what grandma the right signing feels like it was head of hair will host the lady legal crackdown was wide open for the fresh off signing he is three year contract extension with a forty nine ers wide receiver mark east goodwin joints birth in france in at six thirty and by guys talk sharks hockey with joe prevails ski at nine am we are knbr six same we are these sports leader good morning how are ya we go with him or if it laid out and we do ships that china knbr 6'8 servers as a cumulus station the sportswear obubra schwartz we begin with college basketball tournament action our first stop the b off of the streets fi carter he's got elected to shoot the lobbed a badly tapped oped wow he went up for the dog got bodied off it somehow tipped at all these got 33 david chu man on the blue devils img sports network duke over notredame eighty eight to seventy elsewhere in the acc was virginia over louisville 75 if the eight clubs in beef offing college ninety eighty two north carolina downs miami eighty two sixty five now to the big east soast sports clock race purgatory it's a slice of the rightwing with canaan has grill kathleen 93 sixty seven now ryan fat on the road over schwartz network drivenow abate marquette 94 to seventy balls or that bother 75 seton hall seventy four providence seventy two creighton sixty eight and say the air crushes st john's speedy aid the 60 and the big twelve in overtime kansas state 66 tcu sixty four kansas over oklahoma state eighty two sixty eight sectors tax 73 tucked to sixty nine west virginia over baylor seventy eight the sixty five and the pac 12 who is oregon over utah sixty eight sixty six u s e sixty one oregon state 48 ucla over stanford 88 seventy seven and arizona be colorado eighty three sixty.

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"david chu" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This is like all right we're role in it now who needs to raise taxes were so what are they going to do they're installing more cameras he's that's it we'll get more cameras this will watch as this already taking place in california i i know that you have the you have those a radar devices that show you what your speed is so you're fig you know when you're going through a school 'zonet you're traveling thirty miles per hour you idiot abbasov they've got that this is next i'm just saying right yeah there was a ba there was uh let's see a 5year pilot program so assemblyman david chu tried to pass a bill ab 342 that would eventually adds speed cameras to san francisco in san jose this was from march of last year apparently and it didn't go anywhere well that might have go anywhere because our legislators' in sacramento been known to be really crappy drivers yeah they they have been known to not obey the laws a lot so why would they want to put forward these guys are kinda proposals that now would also impact good luck doing that in san francisco you're gonna be giving every cabdriver a ticket on the first day these things are they're walking while talking on the phone or listening to music or texting or whatever but clara california near los angeles 100dollar fine so new ordinance has been passed pedestrians could not cross the street or highway while engaged on the phone or any 'electronic invite device well somebody's got to do this and we've got all these idiots now habit okay streets to san francisco busy streets especially during the commute hours and these doofus who were on their foes looking downright slowing up the pace causing for a men as bumping into people bumping into things yep or they're walking to across walk and they're looking down and they don't realize that data and have the go to goto and they step off the kerb and then they have that op boop moment and they step back but for that one the second they were almost road kill yeah oh true it's true so this is down a clara california southern california first violation hundred bucks and doubles if you're caught again.

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"david chu" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The bay area to levi stadium he has also been outspoken against us were the rise of homelessness and people living on the streets in the tense he's also champion some guncontrol legislation san francisco you can be quote unquote moderate or conservative but if you were to say go up to sacramento as a legislator you are liberal uh so it's really you know as david chu the someone once said politics in san francisco is like a knife fight in a telephone booth everyone's positions are very close very personal and so while pharaoh might be more conservative than you know others on the board of supervisors he still san francisco democrat so quickly thirty seconds left the mayor's race election june what impact is all this sat well this levels the playing field to a certain extent of the others in the race supervisor jane kim a former state senator mark leno angela allio the former supervisor they're now at a much more level playing field than they would have been of london breeded remain where she was with all the advantages of being acting mayor all right kqed scott schaefer thanks so much for joining us at any time we'll be back with more local stories you're listening to morning edition on kqed and at 830 let's listen again to joe mcconnell start with a selfie again highway 85northbound before to 37 report of the collision just in no big slowdown to us scene there yet six south in fremont near south mission a collision although looks looks like it's already on the shoulder and not a big deal the slows traffic still and pleasanton but even that isn't as bad as usual if you're travelling 101 northbound approaching woodside road still of a collision on the shoulder.

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"david chu" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On the streets and the tense he's also champion some guncontrol legislation san francisco you can be quote unquote moderate or conservative but if you were to say go up to sacramento as a legislator you are liberal uh so it's really you know as david chu the selling one said politics in san francisco's like a knife fight in a telephone booth everyone's positions are very close very personal and so while pharaoh might be more conservative than you know others on the board of supervisors you still san francisco democrat so quickly thirty seconds left the mayor's race election june what impact is all this have well this levels the playing field to a certain extent of the others in the race supervisor jane kim a former state senator mark leno angela allio the former supervisor they're now at a much more level playing field than they would have been if london breed breeded remained where she was with all the advantages of being acting mayor all right kqed scott schaefer thanks so much for joining us anytime we'll be back with more local stories you're listening to morning edition on kqed and it's six thirty so we're going to check in with joe mcconnell right now on the for wednesday traffic and transit news new trouble reported san jose 101 northbound their tally a report of the crash there although i traffic still lighter than usual in san jose 101 northbound listless slowdowns around your buena wayne although eighty seven northbound is now backing up because of the crash at curtin air that was first reported just a couple of minutes ago shoot that the second crash in that area slow traffic from capitol expressway and eighty westbound through berkeley is extra jammed coming out of richmond now actually because of the crash on the.

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"david chu" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on WLOB

"By seven you'll win this thing by seven it may be more but i think he's going to win this thing now you know i have been wrong it's rare i know but i have been wrong now i was wrong the other day i thought that i thought that i thought for sure al franken was going to be defined and stay in now i may end up being right because he says he's going to resign and several weeks and he may change his mind say look you just seeded roar and more i'm stay in this is ridiculous i'm staying then i'm gonna fight for women's right so he hasn't resign yet he say and he's going to but that's rather odd isn't it don't you think i'm going i mean john conyers says i'm resigning and he resigned that day and the whole thing about trent francs is the most bizarre thing i've ever seen in my life now he was when we talking about yesterday the congress from greer arizona republican congressmen and he is resigning because he was talking about the system ladies in the office about somebody being about he got a surrogate for his meal he and his wife at a surrogate for somebody to carry their babies they were twins and he was talking about that with somebody the office and they got offended and paul ryan totally needs to resign now either there's more to it about what he was saying or this is just getting to bazaar for words if the guy's going to have to resign because he's talking about getting that he and his wife getting a surrogate so they could have a baby and that's grounds for dismissal from congress good grief we'll be back one eight hundred six one eight fills they we are more about what hr is really all about been listening to me david chu out on the hr power presented by cma careercom it's about all things in the human resource world we're going to bring in local regional and national gas we're going to talk about.

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"david chu" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on WLOB

"David chu oh you're listening to the hr power our derek talk to us a little bit about you said that don't has a great ability to get a job right but not not a great ability to keep one what is some of the core issues that you are that our experience at the workplace that create this problem well the biggest issue i would say is a lack of understanding a lack of understanding of how dillon's brain works and also a lack of understanding of the patients level that can be needed when hiring somebody with a disability um and it it takes the it takes some a manager to kind of step out of what their normal goal is as a manager and and just tweaking a little and it's not a lot i mean assange talking about gigantic changes to how we treat somebody but you do have to look at them defla i talk about sometimes this whole notion that came out i don't know maybe fifteen years ago that people with disabilities are quote different we abled and i think that's i think that's set a very bad because it created this it created this narrative that they're differently eagled not deep and so we say that there are different labelled implying that there just is able to somebody else in different ways and then we later go to those same employers that we were calling these people do differently eagled and we say oh and we'd like you to make some accommodations and they say well we decided in they've been taught that you know the kind of almost brainwashed in his idea of a vidgis differently why would act make combinations by and so we've made it more diff fighting the did the term differently able to actually made it more difficult to make to help employers understand that a combinations need to be made i don't think disabled is an insult i i don't think it's a it's a you know based people say it's not politically correct rate i don't think so because dillon is disabled he is less able to do the same basic functions that other people are doesn't mean is a terrible person doesn't mean he can't get the job done he's just has a little more challenges than the average person so i think employers need to realize that the the people with disabilities of of all levels of all degrees have great ability to do certain things in the workplace.

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"david chu" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"The senate me to investigate this it's this david chu at this going all you lorry as well as it of the senate investigated this this would be a huge embarrassment plead to republicans everywhere probably wouldn't get to the buffalo bills that wasn't what she mentor at all now that proper residents testify and then lying on their conclusion about is telling the truth lung team to answer that question on is willing to testify under oath why does indicate and do that now not after the election jerusalem pledge arregi says your clients beverley young nelson not disclosed that a judge or was the judge at her divorce case factored the dnc neither did she added zero for him uh so uh uh tuchel that appears to strasbourg consultant naturally actually get a divorce well again camp seems this draft slow again war now generally was wrong yes i can hear people behind spago was which patiently busy good afternoon man what's going on accurately shaving the par himself i'm going to testify under oath the floor not oh yeah lorraine more angry stupid gloria allred more this insee say how did she manage to take him perfectly sympathetic victim i know i see it i x beyond tangy franken was getting dragged the way we are add some shattuck is doing a little bit of a over there because he's excited that al franken has been accused of groping in kissing some women and he's end franken is actually apologise abc's lana sleep infrastructure some of the.

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"david chu" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on WLOB

"That that that those types of things are very important are we have had some candidates that arrive in my both here and elsewhere that have said things like well money talks scene know that kind of thing that and of course i understand compensation is is very important but that's not the mindset that would fit very well in our organization it's really yes that's important and it's important to people that we take care of them but they are here to four more emotional reasons of how they feel when they leave at the end of the day you know things like that which are who've liz hayes presidency yogurt philby credit u i'm your host david chu go you're listening to the h r power our you know liz it's interesting um and i'm going to take a complete step back for a second because some audience members they've heard credit union they've heard bank and in a in a couple of minutes could you just explain the difference between the 2 because i think is appointing people to understand with the foundational piece credit union bank and this is a little different yup yet they provide some of the same served absolutely absolutely so a lot of people get that confused honestly because the products and services are similar or even exactly the same in most cases so the difference the primary difference between a credit union and a bank is a bank is a four profit entity you know it's a business at credit union is and not for profit cooperative so credit unions were founded with people coming together pooling their money and then starting to loan into one another uh for interests with interests obviously uh they came they really that they've been around for a very long time but they.

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"david chu" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"If they do another competing bills here i was the majority leader who a in called her the democrat of whittier would ensure that no state office or entity in california could compel a landlord to obtain or disclose information on a tenants immigrant status data so these bills became a part of a package introduced by the majority democrats to again extend the protections to all immigrants whose they say without the legal residency in the u s you know as the trump administration is called for greater immigration and enforcement the approval came as the amid the state and a housing crisis as immigrant rights advocates across the state have read i received reports of landlords threatening to report tenets did immigration authorities the often the advocates say that the that the threats are in response to residents reporting issues such as exposed electrical wiring or berman or non pale you're a payment of renton ste typical things that 'attentat the could be in violation of so i mean you know here it is you know somebody's an illegal alien and they're just they're disrespecting your property they have pay the rent you know and if if you don't pay up if you don't get your life and to here i'm gonna report you to the authorities men your big trouble for doing that as i understand it now trump's escalating war and emigrants is is ripping apart families i'm quoting here david chu and the deportations will become a new part of our daily reality.

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"david chu" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To have written consent from an inmate before allowing federal immigration agents to interview them so now they're going to go to the foxes in the chicken coop who have just the in chicken in this and they're going to ask the fox if the federal officers who want to arrest the fox can interview them thank you jerry that's gonna make a lotta people much safer you crazy this is insane this is very disturbing news by the way for a man to be this the arranged signing a bill like this he signed another bill by the way by semblance david chu which requires employers to ask for a judicial warrant before allowing federal immigration officials into a workplace and bars at workplace and we'll bar employers for sharing their employees confidential information such as social security numbers without a subpoena again david chu knows what he's doing here he's protecting citizens he is protecting criminal aliens from prosecution by the federal government as far as i am concerned donald trump should arrest anyone who protects illegal immigrants who are criminals and that would include governors and state assemblyman they are not above the law and if they are aiding and abetting criminals whether they're citizens or noncitizens they should be indicted and try for the crime of aiding and abetting the crimes that the aliens have committed or will commit upon their release you agree or disagree i'll be right back.

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"david chu" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on WLOB

"Cia guys the cia annex and that's why the cia station chief there said stand down don't go because he knew that it was a trip it was a trap to get them out to go over and help them and then they follow him back to the mist which is exactly what happened if you saw the movie the cia guy said we're not going to leave dywer going and they went over the year and then they come back and these folks follow him back to the cia annexed and they've is bombed the crap out of it just attack it like crazy and i think that's because they were funneling guns in the syrian who knows where else in these were the forces who were fighting against them and so we got ourselves net miss this is what happens when you don't have clear delineated lines of knowing who the good guys and the bad guys are and you've very rarely especially in the middle east do because i don't think there are good guys and bad guys the mixed ruled a lot of there there are people who were worse than others is essentially what it boils down to and here we are running and if trump is continuing this is because he's been been convinced by the military that we're going to topple assad and then what isis takes over could be then we got to topple them time out one eight hundred six one eight phil were back into no no no more about what hr is really all about then visited me david chu low on the hr power presented by cma career dot com it's about all things of the human resource world we're going to bring in local regional and national guess we're going to talk about a variety of.

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"david chu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Use sick occasion days to take time off during pregnancy or for other reproductive issues state lawmakers have sent a bill to governor brown that makes it illegal for landlords to reveal the immigration status of renters the bill by assembly member david chu also bars landlords from threatening to report tenants to immigration chew says the goal is to keep a person's immigration status from being used against that we wanna make sure that simply because washington has failed to move forward comprehensive immigration reform that our tenants are suffering because of that there are exemptions to the bill and form of the white house abc's karen travers at says the democrats invited to the bipartisan dinner tonight are up for reelection in states where trump won tax reform is the president's top legislative priority right now he wants congress to get him a bill to sign by the end of this year and incredibly tight deadline given there's no solid proposal yet for lawmakers to consider priority right now he wants congress to get him a bill to signed by the end of this year and incredibly tight deadline given there's no solid proposal yet for lawmakers to consider republicans have also been trying to agree amongst themselves on a budget plan once a budget is passed they can tweet the tax code without the possibility of democrats blocking with the filibuster to loan cubs have found each other and san diego a baby tiger that was found on a teenager tried to smuggle it across the border of mexico has been paired with an endangered tiger that was rejected by the same age and will do much better being raised together they were allowed to see each other for about a half an hour and then have physical contact they instead lee bonded if all goes well guess we'll be able to see the cubs through the animal at the same age and will do much better being raised together they were allowed to see each other for about a half an hour and then have physical contact they instantly it if all goes well guess we'll be able to see the cubs through the animal it looks like we're one of the middle lanes blocked through there adding to an already busy drive from his this on that sixty westbound in the 10 westbound still heavy coming out of west covina into downtown la go ahead and give us a call if.

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"david chu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Take time off during a pregnancy or for other reproductive issues stay lawmakers have sent a bill to govern brown the makes it illegal for landlords to reveal the immigration and status of renters the bill by assembly member david chu also bars landlords from threatening to report tenants to immigration joe says the goal is to keep a person's immigration status from being used against that we want to make sure that simply because washington has failed to move forward comprehensive immigration reform that are tenants are suffering because of that there are exemptions to the bill like if a landlord is served with a warrant or sabina or is complying with federal rent assistance programme requirements president trump has invited some moderate democratic senators to talk tax reform at the white house abc's karen travers at says the democrats invited to the bipartisan dinner tonight are up for reelection in states where trump one tax reform as the president's top legislative priority right now he wants congress to get him a bill to signed by the end of this year an incredibly tight deadline given there's no solid proposal yet for lawmakers to consider republicans have also been trying to agree amongst themselves on a budget plan once a budget is passed they can tweet the tax code without the possibility democrats blocking with the filibuster to loan cubs have found each other and san diego a baby tiger that was found on a teenager tried to smuggle it across the border of mexico has been paired with an endangered tiger that was rejected by his mother in dc the two male cubs just weeks old were introduced at the san diego zoo safari park yesterday associate curator of mammals he blew says they knew the tigers were about the same age and will do much better being raised together they were allowed to see each other for about a half an hour and then have physical contact they instantly bonded if all goes well guess we'll be able to see the cubs through the animal care nursery window today julie's later kfi news traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crash in south el monte.

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"david chu" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on The Inquiry

"Another question is whether people might be replacing bottled water with other bottled drinks soft drinks so fruit juice which equally wasteful i have not heard that that there's been a switch and consumption but israeli would be something that we monitor and banning those other bottles would be much harder because unlike water there is no easy alternative that's true but again this is why we are continuing to campaign to let san franciscans know how good we have it when it comes to the water out of our tap rumours so is a time to ban the plastic bottle we've already heard about the rapidly growing plastic pollution in our oceans and how bottled water is a big part of the problem when for many vision easy alternative and now at third expert witness has explained how san francisco has taken a step towards a ban it's just one city and just one source of plastic bottles but david chu says an earlier ban on plastic bags shows you've got to start somewhere facing plastic bags was something that started in san francisco and a few cities it then exploded to several hundred cities which then was able to be the impetus for the passage of a state law this is the existential question of the day how do we protect our globe how do we protect our environment and i do think that phasing out plastic waterbottles should be part of the solution so what does the rest of the solution look like time for our final expert witness.

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"david chu" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on The Inquiry

"It's not just the us and europe china indonesia india and thailand or among the world's biggest and fastest growing consumers of bottled water but if people survived without bottled water antle forty years ago could we do so again could we ban the bottle part three the sand fran ban plan you ready to go your and catch sorry were they were there off me water but the irony is they are about to offer me plastic water bottle water and i just the just too much about that that was not karmic proving that no matter how hard you try sometimes you just can't escape the plastic water bottle is out third expert witness david chu the reason it might be next to me in studios weerasak ramento where in san francisco number of years ago i passed a local law that phases out plastic waterbottles in the city of san francisco david chu is now a member of california's state assembly in sacramento back in 2013 as a local politician in san francisco he was getting worried about waste its estimated that every week you could circle the globe twice with the number of single use plastic waterbottles that are discarded by americans alone as someone who is a novice surfer seen them on our beaches and when i learned that universities had phase them out that parks had face him out i thought 'why not my city of san francisco had so what did you do so we proposed a few years ago that we phase out single use plastic waterbottles on public properties in public spaces in san francisco so what this means is not just public buildings but public parks major largescale events that we not allow their sale on those properties and really discourage their use.

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"david chu" Discussed on The Inquiry

The Inquiry

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"david chu" Discussed on The Inquiry

"Another question is whether people might be replacing bottled water with other bottled drinks soft drinks so fruit juice which equally wasteful i have not heard that that there's been a switch and consumption but israeli would be something that we monitor and banning those other bottles would be much harder because unlike water there is no easy alternative that's true but again this is why we are continuing to campaign to let san franciscans know how good we have it when it comes to the water out of our tap rumours so is a time to ban the plastic bottle we've already heard about the rapidly growing plastic pollution in our oceans and how bottled water is a big part of the problem when for many vision easy alternative and now at third expert witness has explained how san francisco has taken a step towards a ban it's just one city and just one source of plastic bottles but david chu says an earlier ban on plastic bags shows you've got to start somewhere facing plastic bags was something that started in san francisco and a few cities it then exploded to several hundred cities which then was able to be the impetus for the passage of a state law this is the existential question of the day how do we protect our globe how do we protect our environment and i do think that phasing out plastic waterbottles should be part of the solution so what does the rest of the solution look like time for our final expert witness.

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