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"dennis herrera" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"When you need it on demand from Fox News and Amazon, Alexa Mitt a slew of sexual harassment allegations against a board member of the anti Trump Group. The Lincoln Project Co founder Steve Schmidt is now resigning. Six former employees of the Lincoln Project are calling on the group to waive nondisclosure agreements writing in a letter to The New York Times, they have information quote that would aid the press, public and our donors and answering questions relevant to the public interest. The Lincoln Projects leaders have long been fiercely critical of former President Trump's India's. This comes fresh on the heels of the scandal surrounding John Weaver, a co founder who's been Accused of sexually harassing young men. The AP reports that last June, the organization's leadership was informed of it least 10 allegations against Weaver, two of them claims involving employees. The last month when reports first surfaced. The Lincoln Project issued a statement insisting the organization was quote shocked Fox's Gillian Turner. Meanwhile, New Orleans annual Mardi Gras celebration is muted this year because of the Corona virus pandemic. The mayor has ordered bars too close during the Mardi Gras weekend that runs through Tuesday. The lavish parades are also canceled in the There are limits on gatherings. Louisiana has recorded a little over 9200 confirmed. Coronavirus deaths. The 16th highest in the U. S. Plus one California lawmaker is taking a drastic step to push schools to reopen during the Corona virus pandemic when the city of San Francisco decided to sue its own school district for keeping classroom shut down. The school district called the suit quote, frivolous and petty. But in filing the lawsuit, San Francisco City attorney Dennis Herrera included information that was anything but petty. Instead, it was alarming test. Moaning from San Francisco Bay area hospitals, doctors and parents about the emotional and mental toll of distance learning like depression, anger, apathy. One mom talked about the quote, uncontrollable meltdowns of her seven year old son. Another found her 15 year old daughter. Quote curled up in a fetal position, crying next to her laptop and 11 o'clock in the morning. That's Fox's trace. Gallagher. Mary Course study and this is Fox News..
"dennis herrera" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"One in all, I am Matt Obstante live in the K. M. J newsroom. We're now getting a first look at Blue Shield's plan to take over the state's vaccine distribution and we get the details from KGO reporter Kate Larsson. With broad strokes. Paul Markovich, the CEO of Blue Shield of California, explain to physicians and state leaders how the health insurance giant take over California's vaccine operation. We need to track all vaccines from order to injection. As I said to the team. If there's a truck on the side of the road with the vaccine in it just outside of Fresno. We need to know that, Markovich said. Face one involves improve communication data and tracking face, too will be accelerating the rate of vaccination. We believe there's going to be more vaccine coming in to come. Nine months. We need to be ready for it. California will also use performance based payments to Blue Shield to ensure equitable distribution. President Biden in pre recorded remarks address this year's national prayer breakfast this morning. And his comments focused on unifying the nation in the midst of the pandemic for so many in our nation. This is a dark dark time. So where do we turn faith? We cannot be timid or tired. We have too much work to do. That is by our work, not just our words, that we're going to be judged. In an exclusive interview on ABC is Good Morning America, the nation's new Treasury secretary, makes her sales pitch for the president's covert relief deal. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen would not say how long the Biden administration is willing to negotiate with Republicans to get them on board with the president's covert 19 relief proposal for they just decide to move forward without them, yelling stress that the president wants to move quickly on this top priority deal with the pandemic is rapidly as we can. Get the population vaccinated is quickly and efficiently Is this possible? Get Children back to school. Make sure our economy gets to the other side. Karen Travers, ABC News The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell to 779,000 last week. That's a drop from the 812,000 reported out of work from the week before, And the Labor Department says this latest tally is the lowest the nation has seen. In two months. What impact is that? Having on Wall Street? We will let you know coming up here in about 30 seconds. Meantime, the city of San Francisco suing its own public school district. Try to force classrooms to reopen amid the Corona virus pandemic with the support of San Francisco Mayor London Breed. City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed the lawsuit yesterday, but city school administrators call the suit and embarrassment. And they say they have been fighting to get their kids back into the classroom. All right, coming up on three minutes after 11 o'clock. Here are those aforementioned numbers on Wall Street. It's a pretty good day for the Dow NASDAQ and S and P 500, all gaining ground At this hour. The Dow Jones industrial average currently up 274 points. Inching ever so close to the 31,000 threshold yet again, the Dallas.
"dennis herrera" Discussed on AP News
"Update. I'm Jackie Quint with an AP News Minute, the head of the Centers for Disease Control says with several more contagious variants of covert 19 spreading in the United States, people need to be more vigilant about social distancing and face coverings. Dr Rochelle will landscape not wearing masks and participating in in person. Social gatherings have contributed to the variant spread, and she also suggests that schools can open safely even before teachers are vaccinated, Caliph or He has joined with the Biden administration to open to mass vaccination centers. Governor Gavin Newsom spoke at the Oakland Alameda Coliseum, watching not just this site here in Oakland, but also a site down in Los Angeles at Cal State. L. A. The whole idea is to speed up the throughput. Oxford University researchers say AstraZeneca's corona virus vaccine does more than protect people from serious illness. It also appears to reduce transmission of the virus. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, a former Columbus, Ohio police officer, fired after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man in a garage in December, is now being charged with Andre Hill's murder. The shooting took place just days before Christmas Hill have a cell phone in his hand. This was body cam video. After the shots were fired. Get your hand off money. You now. Got a medic coming. Officer Adam Coy had been let go from the force for failing to render aid to the victim right away. Wisconsin prosecutors want shooting suspect Kyle written house arrested again for violating terms of his bond release, Failing to update his address. Written house is charged with shooting to death two protesters during a summer rally for racial justice. Conservative groups posted his $2 million bail. Tom House Republican Kevin McCarthy indicates he won't take action against Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia. The House plans a vote tomorrow on taking away her committee assignments. The city of San Francisco suing its own school board over Cove. It 19 closures. City attorney Dennis Herrera says students in San Francisco are suffering during the pandemic. They're being turned into zoom bees. My online school.
San Francisco sues its own school district, demands restart of in-person instruction
"Has sued its own school district of four schools to reopen their doors. City Attorney Dennis Herrera said he sued the San Francisco Unified School District and Board of Education as a last resort so more than 54,000 students can return to in person learning. The lawsuit says school administrators are violating a state requirement that district's adopt a clear plan to offer classroom based instruction whenever possible. During the pandemic, teachers, unions and many large school districts, including San Francisco say they won't go back to classrooms until they are vaccinated. The school district superintendent says there is a comprehensive plan for reopening, but he could not give a timeline. Layla
"dennis herrera" Discussed on AP News
"Just about anything you said. I think they're wrong. This was before she was Ever elected House Democrats are planning to take away her committee assignments. Country star Morgan Wallens been suspended from his label after a video surfaced of him shouting a racial slur. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, a former Columbus, Ohio police officer, fired after the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man in a garage in December, is now being charged with Andre Hill's murder. The shooting took place just days before Christmas. He'll have a cell phone in his hand. This was body cam video. After the shots were fired. Get your hand off money through now. Got a medic coming. Officer Adam Coy had been let go from the force for failing to render aid to the victim right away. Wisconsin prosecutors want shooting suspect Kyle written house arrested again for violating terms of his bond release, Failing to update his address. Written house is charged with shooting to death two protesters during a summer rally for racial justice. Conservative groups posted his $2 million bail. Tom House Republican Kevin McCarthy indicates he won't take action against Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia. The House plans a vote tomorrow on taking away her committee assignments. The city of San Francisco suing its own school board over Cove. It 19 closures. City attorney Dennis Herrera says students in San Francisco are suffering during the pandemic. They're being turned into zoom bees. My online school.
San Francisco sues its own school district to reopen classes
"In the first of its kind in California and possibly the country the city of San Francisco is suing its own school district to re open classes city attorney Dennis Herrera says students in San Francisco are suffering during the pandemic they are being turned into zombies buy online school teachers unions and many large school districts including San Francisco say they won't go back to classrooms until they're vaccinated mayor London breed said the city doesn't have control over re opening schools I am the elected leader of the city and I'm not going to stand by while our children and our families continue to suffer with no end in sight school superintendent Vincent Matthews called the lawsuit embarrassing saying they're all in this bubble together and turning on them is not helpful whatsoever I'm a Donahue
"dennis herrera" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Sake also outlined the need to help fund local and state governments. Some Republicans say $360 billion maybe too much in the Biden plan. Sake says the president would welcome GOP input, but the funding there is needed. Lisa. Thanks going all the president's top covert advisor, Dr Anthony Fauci says, feel free to double mask up. There's nothing wrong. With people wearing two masks. I often myself where to man. But, he says at this point, there still isn't enough information to make it a CDC recommendation. Health officials also continue to stress the importance of social distancing with new cases of Cove is still running twice as high as the summer peak. And there is concern that new variants could spur another surge. Even his vaccinations accelerate. Point of contention between some states and teachers unions is whether to vaccinate all teachers before schools can reopen the San Francisco Department public health California Department of Public Health in the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention. All say schools reopen safely. Dennis Herrera is the city attorney in San Francisco, which is now suing its own school district in an effort to force schools. To reopen an hour to the close on Wall Street stocks Turning higher America is listening to Fox News. What do you get? When you talkto Adele Technologies Advisor. You get someone who understands there's.
"dennis herrera" Discussed on 600 WREC
"City of San Francisco tries suing drug dealers to get them to leave a specific area of the city. The city attorney in San Francisco is suing 28 alleged drug dealers demanding they stay out of the Tenderloin area. City attorney Dennis Herrera says. These actions are aimed solely at criminals who are coming in from around the bay Area to prey on the people of the Tenderloin, Herrera says in a statement. Last year Drug overdose deaths rose 71% in the city, fentanyl overdoses doubled compared to the year prior, with the tenderloin having the highest overdose mortality rate of any neighborhood in the city. If enforced, the injunctions would result impossible civil fines and criminal penalties for those violating the orders. Jessica Rosenthal Fox NEWS Federal appeals court has ruled that investors who profited from Bernie Madoffs massive Ponzi scheme must pay back their profits even if they didn't know about it. Thousands of investors lost billions of dollars through Madoffs, multi decade fraud. He pleaded guilty to federal charges in 2009 and is serving a 150 year prison sentence. Florida prosecutors have dropped sexually related charges against the owner of the New England Patriots. Misdemeanor charge of soliciting sex filed against Patriots owner Robert Kraft is now dropped due to the courts, dismissing of evidence that evidence was in the form of videos. Taken from inside of Palm Beach County, Florida massage parlor under surveillance. Without that video prosecution would be difficult. Craft was just one of many men arrested during the operation involving the orchids of Asia spot back in January of last year, Law enforcement said they were attempting to catch human smuggling. In Broward County, Florida, Eben Brown Fox News and on Jack.
"dennis herrera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Which far which allows renters I should say who are late with their red to stay in their home. The governor's executive order prohibits landlords. Rum, evicting tenants for non payment of rent. Renters who do not pay at this time still have to pay back the rent once the pandemic ends. The order lasts until September 30th San Francisco City leaders have released a report on how the Department of Public Works can improve transparency. KFBK is Jordan Christmas explains. The report was released by Attorney Dennis Herrera and City Controller Ben Rosenfeld on Monday amid the corruption scandal involving six people, including former public works Director Mohammad Knew Rue. In the report, Public works awarded 366 contracts worth a total of $1.4 billion between July 2017 and March of 2020. The report also found that other laws and processes needed improvement to reduce the chances of abuse and fraud. Jordan Christmas News 93.1 KFBK Former California Senator Leland. He has been released from federal prison. He spent five years in prison. He was convicted of corruption for bribing FBI agents and for illegally smuggling guns from the Philippines. He pleaded guilty in 2015 in the middle of his 26 year career. He served on the San Francisco school board in the California Assembly and the California Senate. Health officials in Los Angeles County are attributing some of the spikes in cases of Corona virus to restaurants. Not following get guidelines. Cave case, Mark Mayfield explains. More restaurants have been inspected lately, and officials say less than 1/5 of them are keeping up with the guidelines. Violations could meet anything from not rearranging seats for physical distancing to not enforcing the mask Orders. Similar troubling Donna about bars led them to get shut down again on Monday. This is the pandemic has taken the lives of over 128,000 people across the United States. Mark Mayfield News, 93.1 KFBK White House officials say that President Trump has now been briefed on the Russian bounty plot. The case, Mike Power reports, the White House says the president has been briefed but may not have been a year ago. The president was never briefed on this on this intelligence still has not been verified. Now the Trump administration is facing growing pressure from Congress to divulge more information like was President Trump briefed by the National Security Advisor John Bolton, personally in March of 2019 initial intelligence was evidently compelling enough that the U. S shared it to British counterparts and with it. 20 American service members having been killed in Afghanistan since the start of 2019. Their families want answers. Mike Power News, 93.1 Kfbk lot of airlines, They're trying to get rolling again. American Airlines has announced they're going to start filling their planes to capacity again today. No more empty middle seats. I heard a report this morning. Also, Delta is going to begin starting. It's going to start beginning to serve alcohol again and in some parts of the plane, that's right that they will still keep their middle sleep seats empty, so American And United are filling their middle seats. Now, Delta and Southwest have committed to keeping those middle seats empty through September. Okay? I'm not to get caught up in the top national stories on news, 93.1 kfbk. In Seattle. Authorities moved into protest occupied zone known as the Chop Zone. Police dispersing demonstrators today, weeks after they took over calling for police reforms. Seattle police chief Carmen Best says after escalations enough was enough jobs to support.
"dennis herrera" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"As San Francisco looks to buy the electric grid in the city from P. Jeannie Maryland and breed and city attorney Dennis Herrera outlined the deal yesterday if it gets done San Francisco would operate California's third biggest city run electric utility behind LA and Sacramento San Francisco leaders see this is a major step toward energy independence P. Ginny told the San Francisco Chronicle they don't think it's a good idea but said they would remain open to discussions any kind of deal could be a blow for the utility who could lose hundreds of thousands of customers in its hometown we give the girl has snooze ninety three point one Kathy Kay the city of Rancho Cordova has approved an investment fund to attract new businesses to the city it will award two and a half million dollars to twenty five companies in the city over the next two years the city believes the monetary incentives and low rent will bring fast growing companies to the region leasing space in Rancho Cordova is less than a third of the price per square foot than a compatible office in San Francisco city officials say the fund would generate sixty million dollars in total pay roll and about four hundred thousand annually in new tax revenue Marin county officials are warning residents to stop vaping until health officials can figure out what is causing a rash of long injuries here's Marin county public health officer. Matt Willis all we know that if if the vaping products that we don't know exactly which product it is with something that is within a variety of potential brand of anything products fifty seven people have been hospitalized across California in cases that are suspected to be connected to vaping one man a Los Angeles died from his injuries late last week doctor Willis says there could be many more cases stemming from E. cigarettes that have gone on reported former congressman in South Carolina governor mark Sanford is challenging president trump for the Republican presidential nomination even though we just announced over the weekend Sanford says pulling already indicates he has a chance if you look at the most of those polls out there when they say eighty ninety percent support roughly about half the folks that respond in those polls say that they would like to see the president challenge that there ought to be a debate within the Republican Party STD where we're going as a party Sanford however will not be getting any help from his home state and his run for president before he broke the news about his campaign the state's GOP cancelled the twenty twenty primary the party's chairman says at this weekend's decision was made because there is no viable challenger and canceling the primary would save taxpayers over a million dollars Congress is returning to Capitol Hill today to a half the legislative to do list KFBK is Mike Bauer reports the one hundred sixteenth Congress is facing limited time the house only has thirteen legislative days in September before they leave for another two week recess and potential partisan land mines including a possible push by house Democrats to impeach president trump first up is a bill to fund the government as a current legislation runs out September thirtieth leaders are already eyeing a short term measure to buy themselves more time to negotiate tighter gun restrictions a trade pact in efforts to lower prescription drugs also crowd the agenda Mike Bauer news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. let's get you caught up now this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one K. F. U. K..
"dennis herrera" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"John not only that prize money and the points that come with aesthetics Cup and all that, but a ten year exemption. So the next time the US open at Pebble Beach that individual is guaranteed a spot in the field. That's a that's a nice perk as well. Very cool. Tom to things I never thought I'd see these players hit the eighteenth green with irons so easily. And I never thought I'd see prize money for the winner at two million two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. My goodness gracious. For more than four days. Yeah. Yeah. You go. Exactly Tom, thanks so much. And we're hoping to catch up with you around around five zero three this evening on, on K G O. And I'll, I'll text you the call in number later this afternoon. How I look forward to have a great day down there. Okay, happy, Father's Day again. All right. There's Spencer and always always great stuff there. We're going to catch up with Dennis Herrera in a in a moment, but Father's Day. I'm sure it's going to be busy at original Joe's Westlake to go. I was there for graduation party. Lots of parties. They do a great job with it. If you've got a small group, you go into the big dining room off of the where the where the counter is. Yeah, if there's just two of you for a Father's Day you could sit at the counter. You can sit in the bar today. Great day to be sitting in the bar. B a lot of sports fans. There you can have the sliders, young kid, you could maybe have a an omelette to warm up for the sliders. You can disappointment. And I'll, I'll work on this, but you can get sauteed spinach during the day, but you have to wait till four o'clock for the cream spinach. Right. But it's worth waiting for. Yeah. So you have your burger you have your your omelet you wait and have your, you know,.
"dennis herrera" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Donald Trump junior has retweeted numerous Republican members of congress and others critical of the intelligence committee subpoena and the committee's Republican chair her apologies were experiencing. Some technical difficulties will move onto the next story, the European signatories to the Iran. Nuclear deal says they reject Tehran's ultimatum threatening to restart some nuclear activity after sixty days unless he Ron gets more economic benefits. Teri Schultz has more details on this story. He you foreign policy. She fed Areco Guerini and the foreign ministers of Britain, France and Germany strongly urged Iran to continue to implement its commitments and to refrain from any escalatory steps Marini says she's concerned it's a matter of security for us. And for the entire words. However, a senior official speaking on condition of anonymity says e you policy will not be affected by such announcements only by assessments from the International Atomic Energy agency, which monitors Iran's nuclear program and says it's currently. And compliance. The e u statement also expresses regret over the US decision to punish companies doing business in Iran, and especially oil imports, which hamstrings the other signatories abilities to fulfill pledges to boost runs economy for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels at last check on Wall Street, the Dow was down one hundred fifty five points at twenty five thousand eight hundred eleven this is NPR news from KiKi. Dee news, I'm Brian watt. San Francisco city attorney is issuing a subpoena for the medical records of patients from a local doctor who allegedly wrote fake medical vaccine exemptions cake. You April Dembosky explains there's been a jump in medical exemption since religious and personal objections were banned city attorney Dennis Herrera says Dr Kenneth Stoler may have violated state nuisance laws by allegedly writing medical excuses for children who didn't qualify for them. Anything that we believe puts public health and safety at risk of the broader community. Is something that is going to pick our interest. But the doctors lawyer Rick Jaffe says the city attorney just wants in on a hot political issue. There's already a state regulator who polices doctors and a state Bill targeting fake exemptions. I think somebody was smoking dope over there and came up with some really clever idea to try to jump into the battle. Jaffe says this will go to court before any medical files are turned over. I mean pulled him Bosque K Q E D news, the San Jose Sharks. Get to continue their Stanley Cup quest in the Western Conference finals. This is how the shocks the sharks. Got started in a three two win over the avalanche in game seven of their round two series last night burns the shots..
"dennis herrera" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"At nine Curtis. He was supposed to be heading to temple university to play football. But instead a Prince George's county teenager will be in jail. Jamal speaks was charged with murder after police say he shot his girlfriend to death in fort Washington in April police say speaks put the gun in Sinai Floyd's hand to make it look like she killed herself. An autopsy found that wasn't possible. This isn't the first time speaks has been in the news his fight to play football at Balu. Highschool gained national attention the school and said he wasn't eligible to play because he was homeless and didn't meet the requirement that he lived within the school's boundaries death row inmates in Virginia will no longer be kept in isolation in denied access to recreational facilities. A federal appeals court upheld a ruling prohibiting the state from going back with Cite Soleil shin policy, which it says is unconstitutional all metro station south of Reagan, national or close this weekend. Alexandra said he depart. Of transportation spokesperson. Sarah Godfrey weakened is a bit of a dry run for the shuttle's that will help people got around on weekends one closer to happen from may twenty fifth or September eighth. The Braddock road king street. Eisenhower avenue van Dorn street. Franconia Springfield and Huntington stations will be closed for platform repairs. Dash is running a shuttle replacing blue line trains metro buses replacing yellow lineman's. The city of San Francisco is suing President Donald Trump saying rule allowing healthcare facilities receiving federal funds to let doctors opt out of abortions is unconstitutional. There are laws already on the books that protect a medical professionals religious and moral rights in San Francisco and other places. However, if another medical professional can't be found or if the patient's health would be otherwise compromised by the refusal that a manager can overrule the conscience rule. So it was go city attorney Dennis Herrera says the president's threat to withhold federal funding for not. Allowing someone to opt out is unconstitutional and filed a lawsuit to block the president's rule. Correspondent Jim Rupe? It's looking like it will be another Saudi day at the church hill. Down says the nineteen Horsfield prepares for the one hundred forty fifth Kentucky Derby, we had rain in twenty seventeen. We had rain record rainfall for the year ago. It has been hit invest over the last few days here.
"dennis herrera" Discussed on KGO 810
"Dictatorship and a banana Republic, Sean. No, no, Karen. We don't because we're able to argue back and one of the great things about this discussion. Is that the city attorney of San Francisco Dennis Herrera has decided to sue the Trump administration over this issue? You understand San Francisco is suing the Trump administration over its new regulation allowing healthcare professionals to opt out of providing treatment they oppose. Dennis Herrera has filed suit in the US district court for northern California. And I gotta tell you. I'm proud that. I live in San Francisco. And I'm proud that. Dennis Herrera is taken this action. Because I wouldn't care whether it was a democrat or Republican a liberal or a conservative. Do you want to see healthcare determine by religious standards? Conscious objection. It's no accident that Donald Trump announced this on the national day of prayer. Surrounded by extremists on the right? And I think that's something we need to think about him talk about. For one five eight zero eight zero eight ten. I know that I'm getting emails here from a number of you who would like me to. Allow some time tonight for the discussion about North Korea. So I'm gonna open up the lines on this in the next half hour. Got such limited time you understand that Korea. Just a few hours ago fired several unidentified short range projectiles into the sea off its eastern coast. South Korean and joint chiefs of staff our own set, a likely sign of North Korea's growing frustration at stalled diplomatic talks. A what do we do to respond to this? How do we deal with this? By the way, the south initially reported that a single missile was fired. But later issued a statement that said that several projectiles had been launched and they flew up the two hundred kilometers that's one hundred twenty five miles before splashing into the sea towards the northeast. He experts we have consulted say the north may increase these sorts of low level provocations to apply pressure on the United States to agree to reduce the sanctions, we have imposed. And you understand this launch comes amid a diplomatic breakdown. That is followed the failed summit earlier this year between Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN, but wait, wait where was come Kim Jong on earlier this week in.
"dennis herrera" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Bar absent Democrats convene to short hearing that included an empty chair shortly. After house speaker Nancy Pelosi and a reference to the attorney general's testimony last month said bar was not telling the truth to congress of the United States. That's a crime. A Justice department spokesperson called the claim baseless. The city of San Francisco suing the Trump administration over its new regulation allowing healthcare professionals to opt out of providing treatments they oppose city. Attorney Dennis Herrera filed the suit Thursday hours after President Trump made the announcement, Harare argues that the US department of health and human services, well, actually, President Trump. I should say argues that the US department of health and human services exceeded its statutes statutory authority when it created the rule that that's what Harare thinks excuse me here. The rule would require institutions that receive money from federal programs to certify that they comply with some twenty-five federal laws protecting. Religious rights, Harare, said the regulation prior prioritizes religious beliefs over patient care and undermines access to birth control abortion, HIV, treatment and other services, we get tongue tied. Sometimes folks, that's what happens on live radio. Well, President Trump's pick for the fed Reserve Board conservative commentator Stephen Moore has withdrawn from contention. That decision comes amid controversy over Moore's past writings about women. He lost Republican support in the Senate, which would have to vote on a potential nomination. But more told Fox News he thinks democratic opponents launched a smear campaign against him. It was very disappointing. The fact is that. Campaign over the last three or four weeks. Really tough for me and my family, and we just decided it was much better. Donald trump. Oh, select someone who doesn't have a thirty year. If looking at things, but I was reading twenty five years ago when looking through my divorce records and. Too difficult for us, and I feel bad because I feel like a lot of people the president. He was incredibly nice in when I told them about this and the understood, but you bummed out frankly that I'm not gonna be over. Really need. You see if you're very good numbers. I think even your critics say that and maybe you were reading the map that support among Republican senators might have been dicey that you you might not have, you know, the number you need to to get to get to the reserve, particularly on female senators. Cabinet West Virginia. Highly of your your credentials, but had issues with some of the other stuff. Well, that's exactly right. Liberal. Nineteen years ago. I honestly don't remember it. But you don't think we're insulting to women? And they were meant to be a joke. And they weren't. Reversed. But some of them were not. So I understand some of the senators many of you know, upset and concerned about those writings they were meant to be hopes. They will not people in the media took them liberally. A Moore was an adviser to Trump's presidential campaign also helped design the two thousand seventeen tax cuts other fed board pick Herman Cain, which you're over past allegations of sexual harassment and infidelity three teams on Long Island have been arrested on charges they plotted to build and detonated. A detonate a bomb at their school, a suffo- county prosecutor Geraldine Hardt said police were tipped off after a bus ride home Wednesday..
"dennis herrera" Discussed on KGO 810
"To review for fuse to provide or pay for services such as abortion, sterilization or should suicide. Again, assisted suicide is for people who are dying a painful, death and ask that their life. Be over people with ales. They're not going to get better. They're just going to get worse every breath causes their body and muscles to contract can be constrict and puts them in grave pain. And so, you know, anyway, conservative groups called they called a conscientious protection, look if you're conservative, and you don't like abortion. I get news for you. Right. If you have a penis, keep it in your pants, and if you don't don't have sex or shut up. It's not your call. You're not gone. You don't get to do this. In fact, if there is a God, and you claim there is a God, let him or her deal with it. Why what makes you the person to go around and tell women that you've never met, and you know, nothing about that you have control in domain over their body. What where do you get this? The same time, of course, with absolutely no worry at all about people in jail facing possible execution by the attorney general is the person for federal executions that makes that call not the president president can stop it. But it's a Torney general again, I think the last well, I know there's been federal execution. But the last one I remember was Timothy McVeigh a guy that many people had no problem at all putting the death. I don't like the death penalty at all. And of course, you know, Murray the federal building. Well, he was a white supremacist. He believed in white power. He and Nichols. And planned to do this to show the government that that young. And this is the kind of stuff you got to worry about this. These the kind of people that Timothy McVeigh's are former military those kind of they're the ones that Trump is empowering. Coming up that last caller for to an article that we've it wasn't Schumer. But we want to thank him. Anyway, the FBI CIA and other groups have gone dark in reporting to not only to the administration apparently about to the house and Senate intelligence committees. We'll tell you a little bit more about that. And still come some, you know, we're gonna talk to Dr Dena Grayson who ran for congress. Her husband was a former member congress and try to get their take off from the democratic side. You know, what are the options here when the the highest official in the land lies ten thousand times. And then the man that he hired or put in place to enforce the law lies to the other triangle of congress. What do you do what what's next for Democrats try to figure that out? That's Nikki, I'm chips schedule. Thirty on K G O. The city of San Francisco is suing the Trump administration over its regulation allowing healthcare professionals to opt out providing treatments they oppose city. Attorney Dennis Herrera argues, the department of health and human services exceeded. It's statutory authority. When it created the rule the rule would require institutions that receive money from federal programs to certify that they comply with some twenty-five federal laws protecting conscious and religious rights. Whereas San Francisco could lose nearly one billion dollars in federal funding for healthcare programs such as Medicaid and Medicare Baltimore's..
"dennis herrera" Discussed on KGO 810
"Applauders? Remember that? I love it. Probably wondering why why did you ask Karen read play this particular, Melanie? So I read a. Letter to the editor in the San Francisco Chronicle this morning by the city attorney Dennis Herrera who I think is splendid by the way is that a great job. And this is what he wrote regarding. Let's ban political grandstanding with an editorial on March twenty second the chronicle is entitled to its opinion. It's not entitled to an alternative set of facts. Here are the facts years of progress in reducing you smoking were erased last year the evidence is overwhelming that e cigarettes not traditional cigarettes are what's driving the surge in children using tobacco products e cigarettes e cigarettes, use increased by seven hundred twenty eight percent among high school students and by forty eight point five percent among middle school students last middle school students by God. There were no significant changes in use of other tobacco products during that period, irrespective of grade level there were one point three million more Americans students using tobacco products last year than a year before that spikes comes overwhelmingly from children, vaping vaping and Harare continues. That is not my determination. Those are the findings of the centers for disease control and prevention the US surgeon general has called youth vaping an epidemic. He is. Correct. Inexplicably the food and Drug administration has failed to conduct the public health review of e cigarettes that is required by law before they hit the market. These are products that should not be on the shelves until that review is complete. That is why. And this is rare city attorney that is why and supervisor. Shame on Walton. Have proposed an evidence based approach to prevent another generation of youth from becoming addicted to nicotine cigarettes are bad. But they're not what is grabbing our children into a lifetime of addiction e cigarettes are doing that. That's why we're taking a common sense approach to address the real problem in front of us on the chronicle opines about again about e cigarettes. I suggest it look to the facts and disclose it to its readers that e cigarette manufacturer jewel is one of the major advertisers. The public deserves no less. I wanna be very clear about this. This. This e cigarette business, disturbs me. I was at a public school recently where I was told that kids this is a high school that kids were using e cigarettes during the lunch hour, and there's no way to stop them. I guess I wanna ask you a question. Do you believe that the city attorney is right in proposing a ban on the sale of e cigarettes. How do you feel about that? And and do we have anybody who smokes e cigarette out there? I want you to call four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten and I want you to tell me why you use any cigarette and more than that. I want you to tell me whether you understand the health risks involved in e cigarettes. I asked a question respectfully, but I ask it firmly because it is an epidemic as Dennis Herrera points out in his letter to the editor. And what about a company like jewel here in San Francisco based here? And of course, their whole product development is based on getting people hooked. Oh, no, no, no, no. They'll say it's better to use an e cigarette. Smoke a cigarette I'm not buying that. Are you four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten how firmly should we crack down on cigarettes? And is the city attorney of San Francisco right when he defends his proposal to ban the sale of cigarettes, and what do you think about the findings of the centre of disease control and prevention, the US surgeon general has called you facing an epidemic. And he's correct. So are there any vapors out there? If you're a vapor. I want you to pick up the phone, and I want you to call eight zero eight zero eight ten and I want you to describe why you vape, and whether or not you think the city attorney is right or wrong. Do you believe that e cigarette use increased by seventy seven point eight percent among high school students and by forty eight point five percent among middle school students last year. Doesn't that tell you something? And what do you think about these flavored? Oh, yes, you can get cheesecake or chocolate cake or or Honey or whatever you want. And of course, what you're really getting is a fix. A fix of nicotine four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten oh, look, I'm not a fanatic. I don't smoke. I never liked smoking. My mother was heavy smoker. My father smoked I never liked smoking at all. But what bothers me about vaping is. It's masked as something that is. Well, not dangerous. But it is dangerous four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten so I'm asking the question is there. Anybody listening to the sound of my voice who vapes. And if you do I want you to call and explain to me. Is it a kick is at a high. What is it? I'll never forget. When my son Samuel was in high school. We were in Orange County. And he went to one of these hookah bars, you know, where they looked at him. I said darling. Do you know what you're doing at a hookah bar, and he really didn't. I don't think he understood. So I explained it to them. And when he saw how upset it made me that he would use this product with all the different flavors. He stopped doing it. Not because I forced him to because he was an adult. And of course, he can do what he wants. But I feel so passionately about the danger of smoking. And by the way, we're gonna play for you a commercial later on all member William Talmon who played Hamilton burger in Perry Mason when he was diagnosed with lung cancer, he made a commercial, and I think we have that. And we'll play it later on. But let me get to your your phone calls. Rick calling for San Rafael, Rick. Welcome decay. GO? Hey based on I've been listening, and I'll tell you. I've been a cigarette smoke for twelve years in a year ago. I got diagnosed with cancer, and my doctors tell me they told me to quit smoking cigarettes in I struggled. I bought the big change things struggled, and I lied to my doctors. I lose an emotional thing. Anyway picked up this jewel. And I tried it on February ninth Davies for my daughter's birthday I wanted to give her a good birthday present. And I tried to Joe. And I haven't had a cigarette since so when you're that I'm fascinated. This is really important. I'm so glad you're saying this what it did. Dr. What it did was it took you off cigarettes? Now, have you told your doctor what you're doing? Yeah. And what is your doctor? Tell you. Well, they. Of course. Yeah. The smoke. I don't stink. Little more clothes, and I know that garland. Know that smoke is bad. No. But what I do for a cigarette is I just take a little hit a little Joel thing. Urge goes away. I don't have to keep puffing on it. How do you think? It doesn't affect your health one way or the other. In other words, you've already got the problem. And you're just saying it's better than smoking a cigarette. Oh, I don't have. I don't have huge. Okay. So let me ask you if you drink. Oh, my so let me ask you. Let me ask you this. You have children. What would you think of your children decided to vape? Being. Not. Older that age for cigarettes. Firm and your parents are from your peers. Yes. I think the parents should be eligible percent. I agree. I won't tell you story. When when my parents sold our house, we moved into an apartment, and I went to see the apartment before they signed for it. And the woman who had been in the apartment before we lived there had been a heavy smoker. She had emphysema, but she still smokes in bed. And she had died we walked in. And I could take my finger against the wall. And it was disgusting. What came so to me? Putting that in your body is all right, Rick first of all, I'm glad you called. I'm glad you gave us a positive example. And now in a way what you're telling me is it's better to vape than it is to smoke. Let's see if people agree or disagree. Smoking is worse than the nicotine. And I wanna wish you every success in health because your children love you. And they watch you, and we want you to be okay. Oh, yeah. To do this for myself. I all right, Rick. Thanks a million. I appreciate the call. Let's go to Stanley calling from Richmond Stanley, welcome to cage. How's it going? Great fire away. So yeah, I I I used to smoke blackened miles which a cigar. And to me. Is so much better. I sleep better. I can smell and I don't spend as much money. But I feel like Joel is only in the background because kids are buying it. When there's other big stuff or other big product, helping and all it is is nicotine is not smoke. Yup. So to me, it's not as bad. Okay. And if you have children. Yeah. I have a eleven month old. Okay. How would you feel about your eleven month old being eleven years old and vaping? Well, I wouldn't like it because I didn't pay when I was eight years old. I see. Six. And I do it for a while. And I heard your last caller you talked about. You know, your doctor? My doctor about it. And you know, I should stop because they don't know the effects of yet. I know the smoking but about the nicotine more than just a smoking. Yup. It's a dangerous business. But I'm glad you called. And I wanna wish you every success. Thanks very much for one five eight zero eight zero eight ten let's go to Nigel calling from log anita's Nigel. Welcome. John, congratulations. I love to have you on the air. You're so intelligent and really clear the fog for Leon political issues. I wanted to bring up you'll Brenner. Yup. Fantastic actors king, and I see a lot of great Western's a lotta great movies. And he did a PSA about how he wasted his life trying to be cool smoking cigarettes, and there's one of the most heartbreaking. Yes. As I ever heard, we have it. We have do we have time to play, ladies and gentlemen, the lake Yul Brenner. Wanted.
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