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Space Force acquisitions division will be based in Los Angeles area
"Force finds a new home already, Los Angeles Air Force Base has been home to research and development of military space systems, and it's only a few miles away from the headquarters of Space X Now Governor Gavin Newsom, announcing the military will create the space systems command of the base, which will serve as a field command site for the U. S Space Force. Newsome, saying the command will have nationwide authority of launches and procurement within the governor says will come many jobs.
Fresh update on "gavin newsom" discussed on Morning Edition
"Good morning. It's 5 51 now. Good morning. This is the California report. I'm Saul Gonzalez In Los Angeles. Nearly half of eligible Californians have gotten at least one dose of a cove in 19 vaccine, according to Governor Gavin Newsom. 24 million doses of mid administered so far, and the state is encouraging residents to get the shot through the outreach efforts. Mobile clinics and public.
Space Force Field Command to Be Located at Los Angeles Military Base
"Angeles Air Force Base will serve as a field command site for the U. S. Space Force Governor Gavin Newsom, saying today the military will establish the space systems command at the base near Los Angeles International Airport governor said in a statement. The field command will have nationwide authority over launches and procurement.
Fresh update on "gavin newsom" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona
"Last night, 24 people were arrested and there were indeed out of towners amongst them. A law enforcement source is telling me there were people from Chicago. People from Wisconsin and Florida who are all picked up. Three weapons were seized as well. Buy weapons. I mean firearms that were seized. The one thing that's missing is any kind of intelligence, saying that there's an organization bringing people here law enforcement source with whom I have been communicating. Thinks these are individuals or just gravitating to scenes like this. We've got a lot of helmets in the crowd that painters respirators, the black hoodies. The makeshift shields made out of particle board, the police have fortified headquarters. Former police officer Kim Potter is charged with second degree manslaughter for shooting and killing Dante writer to traffic Stop gone wrong. Police say she mistook her gun for a Taser. But the right family is not accepting. That was an accident because Potter is a 26 year. Veteran body camera footage of a Chicago police officer shooting and killing a 13 year old boy last month was released on Thursday. The footage shows an officer yelling, Drop it! A teenager Adam to Lehto before he fires a fatal shot on the boy falls down to later was not holding anything and had his hands up when the officer shot him in the chest. The lawyer representing the Toledo family, Adina Weiss, Ortiz, speaking to reporters about the shooting, Adam complied with the officer's request dropped. The gun turned around, the officers saw his hands were up. And pull the trigger. Now. Police say the team had a handgun on him that day, and the body cam footage shows the officer shining a light on a handgun on the ground near Toledo after he shot him. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot said she saw no evidence whatsoever that Toledo fired any shots of police. Sheriff's homicide detectives spent the night in early morning hours investigating a murder in Spring Valley. Investigators say a man was found shot to death at the corner of harness and precio sis streets. Sheriff's Lieutenant Thomas Seaver said he believes this was an act of what he called targeted violence. The circumstances right now don't appear to be very random, so, but again, we're still investigating it. Authorities said. They don't have a suspect, and they don't have a motive. Well, the first week back to school for students in San Diego Unified Schools is being called a success by district leaders. Well, mainly the response from parents has been and students, by the way has been incredibly positive. That school board president Richard Barrera, who told am seven sixties Mark Larsen, the city go school district is unique. San Diego Unified is the first large district In California to have students come back at all grade levels. Pereira says the district wide as they expected half the students here at school, while the other half for distance learning but connected the alive video stream to their same teacher and the other students in their class club Albert Kogo. News experts believe Herd immunity is on track despite the Johnson and Johnson vaccine being paused, temporarily, vaccine expert Dr Dean Finelli says most of the vaccines given have been Fizer and Madonna. With millions more doses ordered, he tells Coco News Even without J and J, which he believes will come back hurt. Immunity can be achieved. We have around 70 75% that should put us in a good position, but we're going to need as many people as possible. You know, They're people out there that just won't get vaccinated and the whole idea behind her immunity is enough. People are vaccinated If someone becomes infected, you know people aren't there where the transmission can occur where it could spread. He believes Herd immunity for adults will be reached by summer. Marilyn Haider Kogo news We wrap up our coverage of the Republican candidates for governor in town this week with the runner up in the 2018 race, San Diego resident John Cox three Colby the second campaign in a row against Gavin Newsom for John Cox, who says California's problems haven't changed. The pandemic has just been the straw that broke the camel's back. I'm gone, It has been totally mishandled. All you have to do is look at Florida. Where could have been going to school since last Summer. Disney World is still open. It's been open since last I give me lessons home restaurants have been shut down small steps until there's just been a politician upper to basically throw weight around and control people John Cox joining former Northern California congressman Doug OC and former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulkner. Campaigning in town, the sweet Jack Cronin. Google News. The first budget proposal from San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria comes in at $4.6 billion and includes an increase of 10 million for the homeless. American rescue plan will provide us over $20 million more for homelessness funds that will be helpful. We're talking just yesterday with the county board of Supervisors. They're going to make a major commitment..
California May Reopen By Mid-June, Contingent On Public Health Metrics
"California governor is planning for life after the pandemic gavin newsom says if corona virus. Numbers keep improving. This can happen june fifteenth. We can start to open up as business as usual subject to ongoing mask wearing and ongoing vigilance k. q. e. d. reporter. April dembosky is in san francisco and covering the story eagerly no doubt good morning. Good morning while looking forward to life. Something like normal except still wearing masks. Go right for this to work right. There are two main things Vaccines in hospitalizations. So california had one of those slower vaccine rollouts in the beginning. But now it's doing pretty well. The state has administered twenty million vaccine. So far that's more than france or germany. If california were a country we'd be six in the world for the number of shots given so the governor says if supplies stay steady like that there will be enough vaccine for all adults in california to be fully protected by june fifteenth. The other thing is you know. Our hospitalization rates have been declining. Death rates are low. Case rates are low so as long as both of those trends continue as long as people stay out of the hospital and the state continues to get the vaccine supplies. It's expecting the reopening can move
Fresh update on "gavin newsom" discussed on Doug Stephan
"Of the things people will be talking about over the weekend is the funeral. Apparently Princes William and Harry. Oh, not going to walk side by side at the funeral tomorrow. They're going to follow, though the coffin into the church ahead of Prince Philip's funeral. Buckingham Palace released a broad outline of the program for the Queen's husband. The palace reveal that William and Harry's cousin Peter Phillips, will walk behind the princes as they escort the coffin. To the chapel at Windsor Castle. Prince Charles, who gets the throne father of the two of them along with the sister, princes and gonna lead the procession about 15 people will be in it. The palace says. We're not going to be drawn into the perceptions of drama or anything like that, Even by acknowledging it, though they're brought into it, so that was kind of a silly statement. Uh, no matter what you do, people are going to be looking at everything. There's gonna be a lot of interest in a lot of people speculating about why things are the way they happen so well. And the queen is already said no. Royals will be wearing the military uniform because because Harry was because, right? Yeah, right. Well, it actually starts with Prince Andrew. Right. Who's also been stripped? Yes, but you've been around this week talking. Hey, has yeah. No, no. Yeah, right. No, I Speaking of that an Indian lawyer duped into believing that she was in a relationship with Prince Harry and then attempted to seek legal action against him for breaking his promise to marry her. This is really weird, this lady Says that she had been contacted by the Duke on Social Media. He told her he wanted to marry her sam on you. That's your problem that happens to me all the time. I don't know about living around social media and these Royals. They just won't get off my back. They just constantly get married. And it's just they want to throw their money at you. Yeah. And then they want me to hold their money, like, especially the Nigerian royalty. I mean, they're constantly coming after me to hold on to their money, and I just You know it's hard. It's hard. Yeah, right. Get that Jennifer. All right. So let's talk about California again because as usual, California usually makes her brakes was going on The rest of the country s so the focus is now on P p. Jeannie. For neglecting. Really, huh? Isn't that interesting? The regulators now are going after them for a change. Is that because Gavin Newsom is telling them to because he wants to say Look, I fixed the problem. So you don't have to recall me, huh? I don't recall me. Come on 27,000 buildings. Have been lost over the past few years because of PNG's roll or lack thereof in cleaning under the power lines and really taking care of their equipment. This. It's so appalling that it's so obvious. Jennifer and I don't like to give Gavin Newsom a pass about much, but I'll say that this problem stems back to Jerry Brown, who was California governor of the time and I know Look, we've talked about this. But maybe people have missed the story behind the story with PG and E. And that is that that former Governor Brown gave them this cap for liabilities, so PG and E had had a decision before themselves. Do we spend the money that we have to upgrade all of our infrastructure throughout the state? Or do we just pay out people who lose everything when our infrastructure fails? And because Jerry Brown put the cap on how much their liability can be? For them. The best economical decision was to just pay out people when their infrastructure failed until you have these gigantic fires like they did with a destroyed entire towns, Entire city's gone and the Great trilogy Sons die, and they still after all this time. Damn and come up with a settlement. The lawyers are trying to chisel these families down. The lawyers are getting plenty of dough, but they're trying to chisel down the families. When you know a lawyer for Maria's family. I said, Well, this is what he was 46 years old is what the rest of his life is worth, and they wanted to cut it in half. Well, you don't really know that. You know that kind. The sad thing about class action lawsuit I was just thinking about this yesterday. I got a card in the mail. I know you guys have all gotten him too. You know, when there's a class action lawsuit against your phone provider, or whatever. Well, this one was against my insurance company. And if you've been a client of Anthem level bothered, you know you could be eligible to receive all this money. They're just set a settlement of $50 billion. It'll be dispersed, too. You know you're going to get 27 cents from this right? Every person's gonna probably get like 35 cents. If you're lucky, because the lawyers of these class action lawsuits end up taking so much, but People like Maria trilogy or like me, you know who don't have any power you everybody Singley. We don't have the Paris We feel compelled to get into these big lawsuits. And it's all the lawyers that make money. That's it. I mean, everybody else just gets it sort of handed to them. It's Not good, Not a great situation. I mean, sometimes there are yes, that's all right. So tell me about ex Vice President. Pence had was this emergency surgery for his pacemaker? What has this been going on for awhile? Nobody knew about it. I don't really know, but I was kind of surprised yesterday to see Oh, That he was recovering from getting a pacemaker installed and I guess e guess he don't know that it was a super big emergency, But they said he had a slow heart rate over the past couple of weeks. And so they decided that it would be the best to give him swift. Hell, but you know, obviously he's evil, late sixties 67..
California gubernatorial candidate: Companies leaving state like 'a snowball rolling downhill'
"Of California business Phantom Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox, who believes that if the state doesn't change some of its policies affecting businesses, companies are going to flee the state. Several large California companies, including Oracle and Tesla, have already moved their headquarters to Texas. In what some have dubbed a tech exodus. Cox will challenge California Governor Gavin Newsom if a recall effort makes it to the ballot later this year. Half across reporting nearly 100 people are looking for new accommodations after
Fresh update on "gavin newsom" discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast
"With a fully democratic held government. They couldn't do it. So what is the state. Why would a ban. On fracking fail. Well listen up to find out if you like what you hear. Don't forget to look for politico entertain wherever you're listening right now. And what about fracking. All right l. Let me let me allow vice president. Said i oppose fracking. You said i didn't show the tape. Put it on your website. Put it on the website. Do you remember this moment from last year would you allow banning fracking. I do rule banning fracking. Because the answer we need. We need other industries. The moment went. Joe biden campaign was questioned over whether or not would ban fracking if you on the white house tech those jobs. What trump says the whole episode pretty much ended when he said he would not do that even when it was never clear if he had the power to do so. But if you had to imagine one place in the us that would pass a ban on fracking. That would have to be california right. According to federal data california is the number seven oil producing state in the country. And it's also the number fourteenth state for natural gas chevron us headquartered here of course and there's plenty of refineries even places that you think are pretty liberal. There's oil refineries in the bay area for instance that's called per mount. He covers energy for california and in an effort to slow down if not completely stop fracking in the booming and bustling oil industry in california governor gavin newsom pushed the state legislature to set up a fracking ban. We will be directing and working very specifically on a legislative strategy to begin the phase out formerly of fracking here in the state on just now earlier this week that only has four votes that bill fails and we notice reconsideration. So what happened. I'm anthony dragon. This politico energy and today the democrat spectacular failure to ban fracking in california. It's friday april sixteenth. This all started last fall when governor new so after a series of record setting wildfires i called for the ban of the internal combustion engine in new vehicles by twenty thirty five and then part of that executive order he asked the state legislature to produce a fracking ban. We have a commitment to phase out Bragging here in the state of california and governors said that he didn't think that he could order that franken unilaterally handsome delegating it to her. When i want to put fracking in perspective. Less than two percent of the production in the state of california it is substantive but it also is symbolic so few months ago two of the most Progressive state senators. California introduced a bill that would ban just but a host of other well.
Four people, including child, killed in Orange, California shooting
"Child was among four people killed Wednesday and shooting at a Southern California office building that left 1/5 victim and the gunman critically wounded. Police say the violence in the city of Orange outside of L. A. Was the Nation's third mass shooting and just over two weeks. It's unclear if the suspect suffered a self inflicted wound or was shot by police. They didn't provide details on the victims, other than to say, one was a child, and one was a woman. In a tweet Governor Gavin Newsom called the killings horrifying and heartbreaking. They follow a mass shooting at a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, last week that left 10 dead and then a week prior, Six Asian women were among eight killed and three Atlanta area
Fresh update on "gavin newsom" discussed on All Things Considered
"For Michelle Han again. The time now is 5 30. It's KQED news. I'm terrorist Siler. The state has now opened up eligibility for the cove in 19 vaccine to everyone ages 16 and older in California. Here's Governor, Gavin Newsom, April 15th Officially 2021 in the state of California is not tax Day. It's vax Day, but a supply remains lower than demand. People in the Bay Area are finding that getting a coveted appointment for the vaccine is easier said than done. Here to offer some advice for making an appointment. His cake UT senior engagement editor Carly Severin Hi, Carly. Hi, Tara. Quite a few Bay Area counties had already opened up vaccine eligibility. But now the whole state has opened up. How different is the appointment process county by county here in the Bay Area and doesn't matter where you live or work. This is actually a great thing to stress because previously each count, he was kind of making its own rules on who exactly was eligible at any given time. Now, everyone 16 and over is so that is not an issue. Everyone can use this state's appointment site, which is called my Turn, and everyone can try and find a local pharmacy with the vaccine..
Four Killed, Including Child, in los Angeles Business Complex Shooting
"Governor calls the mass shooting in this state horrifying and heartbreaking. A child and three adults were found gunned down in Orange County. A woman was also wounded. California Governor Gavin Newsom calls the killings horrifying and heartbreaking among the dead. A child police Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad says it took place in an office building and shots were being fired as officers arrived at the scene. It's my understanding that it's an upstairs and a downstairs with the courtyard area, it is a Situation that was moving from different areas. Lieutenant amount says a gun was found at the scene.
California will expand vaccine eligibility to all adults April 15
"I'm Cliff Albert. Ah, lot more people in California will soon be able to vaccinated. The news came late this week from the governor and Coco's Jack Cronin has more, governor Gavin Newsom says next week, April 1st, those 50 and older will be eligible. And then in three weeks on April 15th Everyone 16 and older will be able to get a shot. We can conservatively administer three million doses a week by the end of next month, will be able to administer four million doses a week with the expectation that more supply will be made available. More JJ supply one shot but also more supplies relates to modern advisor. That expectation has set up a framework where today we are announcing that we're modifying in a stair step manner are eligibility. And that's when the governor made his announcement on April 1st in the state of California. Anyone 50 and over will be able to get a vaccine in our state. So next Thursday, anyone 50 and over will be provided the opportunity to get the vaccine on April 15th. Everybody in the state of California 16 and
Los Angeles County Surpasses 23K Total COVID-19 Deaths
"People have lost their lives to cope it a year ago, there were just 13 total coronavirus deaths. It comes as the county logs and other 66 deaths connect to the virus and 600 H new cases. Today, County Public Health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says she worried that numbers could rise now that we are in a holiday period every time in the past is this happened. Pretty much our cases have gone up. But more Angelenos are getting vaccinated and that can help ease that concern. Today, Governor Gavin Newsom announced starting April 15th All Californians, 16 and older can sign up for a vaccine. Like how he says it will align with the state and allow those newly eligible residents to sign up for appointments. New bureau, focused on mental health calls and
Rob Bonta tapped by Gavin Newsom to be California's first Filipino attorney general
"Governor, Gavin Newsom today nominated a new attorney general replace Javi Oppa Sarah, who is now Secretary of Health and Human services. KQED, Scott Shaffer reports The pick makes history. Newsome chose Rob Bonta to be the next attorney general. Once confirmed by the state Legislature. Bonta will be the first Filipino American to hold the position. He represents Oakland in the State Assembly and has a reputation as a criminal justice reform. ER asked about violence directed at Asian Americans, Bonta rejected calls for excessive charges. We have enough enhancements. Enough criminalization enough mass incarceration. Enough over sentencing more than we need. Bada said He wants to emphasize prevention, something that could put him at odds with tough on crime groups
Newsom appoints Rob Bonta as California's attorney general
"City, John The final Rose ceremony is over, and it looks like Gavin Newsom has chosen Rob Bonta 70 minutes from Oakland to be the next attorney general for the state of California. And they're focusing on the fact that he would be the first Filipino American to ever serve his attorney general of the state
San Francisco, Los Angeles Police to Increase Presence in Asian American Communities
"California cities are stepping up patrols and Asian American and Pacific Islander communities following the deadly mass shooting in Atlanta Tuesday night. It left eight people dead, including six Asian women in both San Francisco and Los Los Angeles. Angeles. Police Police say say they're they're stepping stepping up up patrols patrols in in neighborhoods neighborhoods with with high high numbers numbers of of Asian Asian American American residents residents and and visitors. visitors. Sacramento Sacramento City City Councilwoman. Councilwoman. My My Vang Vang says says racism racism is nothing new for the community. I think just throughout the past year, eyes been incredibly hard on our Asian American Pacific Islander community on it's really a long history of racism, not just against our Asian Americans means that all communities and Until we stand in solidarity and recognized the humanity of all people of Asian Americans of black, Latino and indigenous community than hatred and bigotry will continue thing is one of several lawmakers calling on Governor Gavin Newsom to appoint an Asian American attorney general to replace heavier be Sarah. His final approval for health and human services secretary under President Biden is expected later this morning.
Did Trump feud with Gov. Inslee cost Washington a visit by hospital ship for COVID help?
"And battled with the White House During the four years President Trump was in office and compost Charlie Harder tells us about new reports over how deeply the president held a grudge. Washington State was the hardest hit at the start of the pandemic. In a new book, ABC is Jonathan Karl reports on a March 2020 Oval Office meeting between President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, hence told Trump the Navy hospital ship Mercy was headed to Seattle. Karl reports, Trump said Governor Jay Inslee was a jerk. And had his secretary. Get California Governor Gavin Newsom on the phone. Put him on speaker phone and said, Gavin, You've been saying the nicest things about me. Don't you think this hospital ship should go to you instead of that jerk? Up in Seattle up in Washington state. The Mercy wound up going to Los Angeles instead. Governor Inslee spokesperson says they're not looking backwards but forward and goes on to say the governors approach saved lives. We reached out to former President Trump's office for comment. Charlie
Determining when U. S troops
"Says it will be tough for his administration to meet the May 1st deadline to withdraw all U. S troops from Afghanistan. Speaking to ABC is Good Morning America. Biden says he's still determining when U. S troops should depart. The deadline was set in talks last year with the Taliban, but peace talks between the militants and the Afghan government have since faltered. The National Weather Service is warning conditions are ripe for exceptionally damaging storms Today in the South Bill Bunting is chief of forecast operations with the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center. He says. People from Texas to Georgia need to be ready. We expect the storms to be that quite intense the potential for several long track intense tornadoes exists. So it's really critical that people prepare now before the storm's approach because they'll be fast moving. The threat will extend well after dark when it's hard to see the dangers, and so it's just really important that everybody's ready. Currently, there's a tornado warning in northeast Mississippi. Another storm system is hitting the Panhandle of Texas under Blizzard warning. Campaign to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom faces a deadline today, people must turn in the required number of petition signatures to force an election. Member station
"That quite intense the potential for several long track intense tornadoes exists. So it's really critical that people prepare now before the storm's approach because they'll be fast moving. The threat will extend well after dark when it's hard to see the dangers, and so it's just really important that everybody's ready. Currently, there's a tornado warning in northeast Mississippi. Another storm system is hitting the Panhandle of Texas under Blizzard warning. Campaign to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom faces a deadline today, people must turn in the required number of petition signatures to force an election. Member station KQED Guy Maharani prepared this report. Supporters of the recall say they've collected the nearly 1.5 million voter signatures needed to force an election later this year. And on Tuesday, Newsome conceded his facing a serious challenge. Look, we're anticipating that they've got the signatures. The recall campaign has
Determining when U. S troops
"About 150 miles south of Atlanta. Police say he is a suspect and shootings that one massage parlor in Cherokee County and at two in Atlanta, according to police surveillance video shows long at the Cherokee County spot where women were killed and another injured. Atlanta Police say there's a strong likelihood long is the suspect in the Atlantic killings after his car was spotted in the area of the other two spas where another four women were killed. Motive has not yet been determined for NPR news. I'm Millie Oppenheimer in Atlanta. President Biden says it will be tough for his administration to meet the May 1st deadline to withdraw all U. S troops from Afghanistan. Speaking to ABC is Good Morning America. Biden says he's still determining when U. S troops should depart. The deadline was set in talks last year with the Taliban, but peace talks between the militants and the Afghan government have since faltered. The National Weather Service is warning conditions are ripe for exceptionally damaging storms Today in the South Bill Bunting is chief of forecast operations with the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center. He says. People from Texas to Georgia need to be ready. We expect the storms to be that quite intense the potential for several long track intense tornadoes exists. So it's really critical that people prepare now before the storm's approach because they'll be fast moving. The threat will extend well after dark when it's hard to see the dangers, and so it's just really important that everybody's ready. Currently, there's a tornado warning in northeast Mississippi. Another storm system is hitting the Panhandle of Texas under Blizzard warning. Campaign to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom faces a deadline today, people
Newsom vows to name Black woman to Senate if Dianne Feinstein steps down
"California Senator Dianne Feinstein is brushing off remarks by Governor Gavin Newsom that he would replace her with a black woman if she stepped down the Democratic lawmaker, telling reporters she is good friends with a guy. Governor is feeling fine and quote intends to serve her full term. Just some of the stories
As signature collection ends, California heads toward recall
"Wednesday marks the deadline to submit signatures to county election officials regarding a recall effort of California's governor we're gonna fight it governor Gavin Newsom asked about the recall effort looks like it's going on the ballot so we're ready to go and my tone is only this it's one of intense focus energy we will fight it will defeat it at the same time it's not going to keep me from focusing on my job organizers need to submit nearly one point five million signatures Wednesday to county election officials who have until April twenty ninth to verify them they also needed then notified the secretary of state with the results I'm sure the employer
Newsom Recall Faces Bureaucratic Hurdles
"Fighting back against an effort to have him recalled from office. His opponents claim to have enough signatures on a petition to get that recall effort on a ballot seems keen brought its first aggressive response to the recall effort against him, including text messages, emails and a new ad who's behind the partisan recall of Governor Gavin Newsom. It's Newsome versus the Republicans in an online ad that debuted Monday, paid for by the California Democratic Party. Which has contributed $250,000 to support him staying in office. The governor himself tweeted, he's ready to fight back. I think it's too late. It tells you how nervous they are about him not making it. John Dennis, San Francisco's Republican Party chair who has been leading local efforts to gather signatures for the recall, says this isn't about partisanship and a growing number of signatures is coming from outside the Republican Party. That's a magus reporting the organizer's have until tomorrow to submit their petition against Newsome. Nyssa,
"gavin newsom" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"Hearing this tax donation. Roll out when we come back. Governor newsom is trying to fix his vaccine rollout failure. But even those fixes are making constituents mad. Angela says the questions of gavin newsom s- performances governor go deeper than disorganization. Money to twice during this pandemic governor newsom has had to come up with state budget. His latest one angeles says doesn't have any additional funding county health departments even though they're the ones tasked with carrying out much of the state's pandemic response. Essentially there is no new direct public health money for counties in the budget even though the pandemic is raging correct and counties have their hands up. I mean they are begging for anything and the governor has said essentially no. I asked him specifically. I've asked him pointedly. it's public health. Not a big enough priority. Why why do counties not get any more public health money. And meanwhile you have continue to ladle increasing amounts of responsibility on them contact tracing testing enforcement of the rules now vaccination eminent tell you about Dr liu who has the health officer for uba etcetera counties Rural northern california. This is a county that is struggling to make ends meet in terms of its pandemic response. It has completely drowning and responsibility. Falling lou the health officer yuba sutter county has fifty people to do all those big tests and she is about to lay off twenty of them this month. Oh my gosh. So it just shows that a underfunded and overworked local health department. That's been given all this responsibility It is really caught in this really really treacherous vaccination roll out in california and they're not only true for them. You finally stories all across california all across the fifty counties in the coming weeks county. Health departments are going to have some of the pressure taken off last week. Governor newsom announced rather suddenly that ensure blue shield was going to take over california's vaccine rollout. But that too is causing people to just throw their arms up in people are really upset. There's been a really robust. social media. conversation in a woman named nancy has the governor newsom had no plan to distribute the vaccine He did have a planet was just not carried out efficiently and he dumped it on the county she said and walked away. And now you. And i are gonna play blue shield millions of dollars to do it. Even though they had no expertise in this area total abdication of leadership so even the fix has people. Angry people are so angry. People are angry. Why can't california do this. What changed and we haven't heard any answers to that. We don't know how much this contract is with the state. We haven't been able to get answers we don't know we don't know some of them about how it's gonna work really important details you know. It puts a large part of the distribution responsibility in the hands of a health insurance. Private health insurer when the response really needs to be driven by a public health perspective and so that's causing a lot of concern. It's causing some early backlashes. While it's really difficult position. This governor finds himself end. So the organizers of this recall effort they need to gather a lot of signatures in a very short period of time. But when i looked at the time table here i was mostly struck by how fast this could all potentially move. Can you lay that out a little bit. Yes they still have a long ways to go. They've got still about half of their signatures to collect. This is a this is largely at this point of volunteer driven effort. It's not really that we're it's kind of a mask the way that the campaign looks on the ground They they are actually proud of that. They liked that. It's being this sort of driven by this grassroots energy and they need to gather signatures by march. The deadline is march. Seventeen than than the secretary of state's office will count them all so they need almost one point five million valid signatures. We shall see what they actually turn in. And how many are valid. That is something that we're gonna be watching very closely. However are i think these things can really take on a life of their own. All it really takes is one big check if you look back. Historically gray davis was recalled in two thousand and three. You saw a two million dollar. Check from a congressman named darrell issa. Come in and that turned this long shot campaign into oh man. We have to take this seriously now. Is there anyone out there who looks like they might have money to spend on this and want to tip the scales. Lots of people out there have lots of deep pockets There's lots of people out. There were pocket. question is right. And that's what i mean by. This thing can take on a political life of its own once somehow once all of the momentum of the momentum keeps building and building and building you. It's entirely plausible. That you reach the breaking point politically and and then all it takes is one democrat. One republican one doesn't matter what their political stripe is to say. We have a shot or party has a shot. What do you think. The saga of gavin newsom says to other governors who are struggling to control the coronavirus. Because i look at. I look at governor newsom. I can't help but compare him to governor cuomo here in new york because a lot of people have been doing that back and forth. These are two really big states. That have been hard hit at different times by. Cova ed so i'm curious how you see it from over there in terms of what this means for other governors looking around thinking. How do i keep my job. I think there is a big lesson here. i think the lesson is be straightforward level. What the public. The governor here in california has made very explicit and lofty promises. Going back to october nineteenth. Vowing that california would lead an equitable and smooth vaccine distribution strategy and said quote. There's light at the end of the tunnel. Were few months away from truly seeing real progress with the vaccine december. Seven hope is on the horizon. Let me just contrast that with the message we heard from president biden took off as quote the brutal truth is it's gonna take bunch before we can get the majority of americans vaccinated months. You sound frustrated with him too. I would just say that if i'm frustrated. Excuse i'm reflecting the total insanity out there on the ground i'm reflecting. I think the frustration. That i've heard from many of the people i've spoken to and the because reporting The governor has outlined very different reality than people are experiencing on the ground He's sending a message of hope and we got this and stick with us. California is the leader california's at the bottom of state's nationally. In terms of the vaccine is administered compared to the vaccines that has received california's not leading this california's failing compared to the rhetoric that this governor had in the beginning. And so if there's a lesson. I think for other governors and this is supposed to be one of the main lessons from the pandemic one hundred years ago eastern forward.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Gavin Newsom said today that the state is ready to further relax the stay at home orders after data showed the at the severity of the crown of virus pandemic is declining in the state governor suggested sporting events without spectators might resume as early as June and people could be attending small church meetings and visiting hair salons in a few weeks those activities fall into stage three of Newsome's for phase three opening plan and while he didn't provide a timeline for a jump into the next phase he said multiple times it's weeks not months away which suggests by early June five day area counties and the city of Berkeley announced that they are further relaxing their shelter in place orders to allow curbside pickup for retail stores and manufacturing and warehouse operations could get things lineman is has the story the counties of Alameda Contra Costa mayor in San Francisco Santa Clara in the city of Berkeley we think joint statement on Monday issuing a new order that allows curbside pickup for what has up to now been classified as non essential retail operations critical facts is San Francisco's director of the department of public health he said there must be a balance between measures to prevent the spread of the corona virus and wants to support the economy this is a balance right we don't what it's not just like coronavirus is over here and everything else you know in business we need to make sure that we're in this new normal that we're joined a balance of being as prepared and responsive to the academic but also supporting the economy which is necessary for supporting people's health especially communities that that struggle everyday and are struggling even more now Santa Clara county announced that starting Friday it would join the rest of the region despite an initial reluctance last week the county's public health director Dr Sarah Cody Morris supervisors that if the county did reopen now would see brisker Turner's cove in nineteen cases hospitalizations and deaths the doctor could be revised her position on Monday she said the county health officials have been noticing improvements in certain indicators like testing and contact tracing as well as infection rates remaining flat or decreasing the last two weeks since the last modifications of the shelter in place orders we've been proceeding very slowly and very cautiously so on may fourth when we revise the shelter in place order we sent out these indicators and the plan is that we make one change we watch for indicators we see whether there's an increase in activity and then when we see that it's it's we haven't seen that uptick and we think that we've been able to reopen safely then we take the next step with inclusion of curbside pickup for retail the bay area is known face to AA of governor Gavin Newsom's road map for reopening the state San Francisco's public health director grant Colfax says the city maybe moving to phase to be in the next month phase two B. includes allowing shoppers inside retail stores and re opening schools and offices counties like Cuba and Eldorado have entered up face I think generally we would anticipate another two to four weeks of watching the data learning from from from what we learned into a ensuring that people are able to continue to follow the social distancing and hygiene and masking guidelines but that but generally in the next two weeks we would then be able to adapt to move to to be done to Colfax also send the phase three which includes.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"Okay back to the beaches. So Orange County decided. They weren't going to close their beaches but then the governor stepped in. Why did he feel the need to do that? This is actually the second time he's done this. And it's all Orange County's foucault twice. Everyone got serious and California March sixteenth. That's when Newsom said okay. This is what we're GONNA DO GARCETTI whatnot. So what do people do that weekend? They all flocked to the beach so I remember turning on locally here the NBC affiliate Huntington Beach Packed with people absolutely packed with people in March. Yeah this is March. Yeah it's like the weekend of March Twenty First Newsom saw that. Garcetti saw that newsome's like nope. We're GONNA start shutting down the parking lots for state beaches and that's exactly what happened to like sort of tell people to stay away. Then though California went through about a month of gloomy weather so it was raining like it was a unseasonably large Raynham out for this time of year in California. So people mostly stayed home. There was no problem. The Problem Gustavo says started two weekends ago. That's when the weather began to clear up and once again people started going back to the beach. Maybe you saw some of the images on twitter. Newsom sees photos again. Of course he gets angry like no. I'm GONNA shut down the beaches at first. He he wanted to shut down all the beaches in California but then he decided to just shut down Orange County and that's where the real anger came out. Even look so you think it was kind of petty of him. Oh petty punitive at the end. It was punitive some like he got so Wang because remember. This was the second time this happened. Orange County the first time was in mid March and the march sixteenth. Two weekend are rather march. Twenty first weekend where you saw these people in Orange County walk into the Beach. Now you have a second time. It's how you say it in Spanish Reagan. Yondo an English. You would say school. That's what it is. A new some came off as a school. No one wants to be seen as a scored. You WanNa be seen as authoritative coming off as a school. There's just like dude. What's your issue? Man Like started started slip into coastal orange county lingo but literally. That's what when that happened. I'm like Oh man you're you do not know what you just did Newsom does new somehow beef with the. Oc personal beef. Yes I got. It is civil war between Sacramento and Orange County so when new some decided to shut down the beaches the city of Huntington Beach and the city of Dana Point sued the state of California ever since then now The city of Newport beach is trying to sue the state and federal corporate. This was at St Court when it came to Newsom so there is emnity. There is just absolute loathing for new some from the more conservative elements of of of Orange County. In fact that's what they're calling him down the Republican Party here in Orange County King Gavin King newsom. I heard another name for him. Which was someone like rented? A small plane flew over the beach and they were calling him. Gruesome newsom okay. That's funny. That is funny but yeah I mean they're overreacting. Is it tyranny? No is that punitive absolutely. There has to be that middle ground. I mean really. Lisa Bartlett seems to be that middle ground of saying. Hey what you're doing to us is wrong but there has to be another way and let let's have a conversation about it but of course then. That's why you started. See like you saw. What was the estimate in Huntington beach protests like two thousand three thousand people and again not all of them were locals but the locals of course supported it but then that becomes that flashpoint for the people who are tired of these stay at home ordinance or edicts by new some and other people across Southern California. Of course they gonNA flock there. I mean I was reading some protesters who talked to the media and said that these gatherings at the beaches they reminded them of the early days of the tea party movement. Does that make sense to you? The only thing I would say is that there doesn't seem to be At least yet it doesn't seem to be Like movement going forward from this there was barely any protests there hasn't been many protests week like if it really was a movement people would be protesting more and more and more the anger is definitely there though and this is where it's this is where it really gets interesting in. Orange County because the Republican Party in Orange County this year. They're going to have to play catch up like they definitely wounded dog in a corner wolfing a corner and the ready last shot but they really had no. They're they're just yet. The Democrats are they are now outnumbering. Republicans at least in the official voter registration drives they had a trump. Of course. Who knows what's going to happen. Nationally but locally you know trump was not very popular again. He Lost Twenty Sixteen. But with this issue Governor Newsom shutting down the Orange County beaches and only the orange county beaches now. The Republican Party is vitalized. And the way I have not seen it in like Jeez in years like not even two thousand sixteen or twenty eighteen and so they're going to try to ride this issue all the way to election day governor like newsome is doing this balancing act. He can see that if he doesn't start opening the state back up again especially those beaches. His political opponents will have a pretty potent weapon to use against him but if he does open the beaches and people get sick. He could get the blame for that to which may be why earlier this week. Governor NEWSOM announced baby steps towards opening those beaches. Back up again. He is feeling the pressure it. Because you see this like the cases aren't going down the trump administration just said hey remember when we said forty to sixty thousand people are GONNA die. Well now we think it's probably going to be a hundred thousand so this current. Iris is not going anywhere. But you also cannot keep people at home without now. You can't keep them at home period. I mean you could give them a universal basic income but people want to go out people. WanNa go back to how it was. Even though it's not going to so new some I think is just saying okay. That's what he's doing. His staggered rollout. Where this I know? It's going to be the second phase now like you have bookstores and clothing boutiques and most businesses. Basically you can open but you can only have curbside service which is kind of weird. I don't know how that's GonNa work out but people are not gonNA take it even in Orange County so in San Clemente this past week and you had a restaurant that just opened they said okay. Yeah we're going to do social distancing. Yeah no we're not going to and so Local news they've been like showing Patios packed inside packed the county health officials. They've gone down there to check and see and tell them like. Hey you're not supposed to do this. But they're not really trying to enforce anything will new some even more punitive because of that. We'll see but again. No one envies newsom right now. Let's put it that way. Yeah I mean listening to you talk. It feels like it's a damn that's about to break. You know I mean there have been reports of counties like Murdoch County which is a rural county. That's basically just said we're not going to be doing this anymore. We're not going to be doing this. Stay at home order anymore and I read one piece of analysis that said listen. The bigger threat. Isn't these protesters. It's politicians basically pushing back on new Simmons saying we're not going to implement what you're telling us to do at the that's a long game of course with politicians. Yeah Mode Rock County all the way. All the way up in northern California very rural hasn't had a single case and the new hearing this so because if he really was a king he would say no. Everyone goes on my schedule. So he's as what he's saying and what people are mocking him for his like data. I'm seeing the data. So He's acknowledging okay rural counties you could be on a or other places that have a certain policy or plan to get out of this. You have more leeway than say Los Angeles or San Francisco or Santa Clara County. Where San Jose is Gopher? But you're also damned if you do and you're damned if you don't have you seen more fatalities come out of this and you see that huge Like a second wave happened. Will people blame some tell them? Hey you opened up too early or will they go. After troub- it remains to be seen. It's GonNa be interesting.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"The reason Gustavo's he's Orange County as this weather for the rest of the country is that it contains conflicting political forces all bound up tightly together for years. Orange County was known as a Republican stronghold and some ways it maintains a strong Republican flavor but during the two thousand eighteen midterms. The county flipped blue making national headlines so here. Democrats are ascendant. But they're still finding their way and then when the krona virus hit these liberal and Conservative politicians. They all to work together. Okay I want to go back to April. Just sort of explain how fraught the decision to close the beaches in Orange County was because I went back and I watched this meeting of the Board of supervisors and Orange County and one of these guys. She says to the group listen. A heatwave is coming. We know that the beaches are going to be slammed. And we know that the beaches all around us are going to be shut down so people are going to come from other places here. That's a bad idea. We just we need to shut them down. What do you think happened? But they weren't shutdown. Of course yeah. You're you're referring to Lisa Bartlett. Lisa Bartlett is one of. She's bore South Orange County so she represents some of these cities like Laguna Beach. Down in Dana Point. She's a Republican. In fact four fifths of the board. There's five supervisors in Orange County. One of them's a democrat. A basically a moderate others are maybe not Trumpian Republicans will one or two of them are but Lee Bartlett's more moderate People even Democrats in Orange County. They respect her especially for her issues on trying to deal with the homelessness which is another huge topic Orange County so she got it but although the way she put it also you could tell a little bit of the provincialism in Orange County because the beaches in La County and San Diego County. We're going to be close. So what she's saying is We're GONNA have the rest of the world coming into Orange County. We gotTA keep those people out. We gotta just leave it for locals. And of course she was overruled. The the Board of supervisors. Now let's have the whole world. Come if they want well. It's funny because like her motion didn't even get a second like no one. No one would consider it. All the other supervisors just were like. Yeah no we're not GONNA do that. No I mean because they've been chafing the thing with Orange County. Although now nationally people say oh yeah. It's Blue Orange county's blue now. No no seventy five percent of elected positions in Orange County are still republicans. It's interesting listening to you because I'm thinking of like a tree where what you're saying is like the Republican Party in Orange County has these deep roots and in the midterm elections. The Democrats were may be able to like chop some of the branches off of the tree. But there's still roots there it can still grow back. Oh did that You know you use botany. I use animals I use. The Republican Party is just like an angry dog a rabid dog. That's ready to bite back in like snarling ready to go after these democratic POPs. So you're saying it's like a delicate and people made something out of Orange County flipping blue but this is actually a pretty delicate flip it. Yes because you don't the Democrats don't have those routes like historically the only city that orange that the Democratic Party Orange County ever dominated was the city of Santa Ana which is one of the most Latino cities in the United States but other than that like those. The school boards. The water boards the city. Council's they're all still mostly majority Like Super Majority Republican Cross Orange.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on Katie Couric
"Kids how you guys doing with stay at homes. That is what now you have the real answer that last question four kids Katie. Handling we need to reopen the schools immediately. Please desperate right away. It saves it saves everything my my good days and my more challenging days it is. I'll tell you one thing. It does so boy. It sharpens. My appreciation for women For Mothers for caregivers for the disproportion amount of work women do in the household that is now even made more visible. And I think this mother's Day but it'd be the biggest mother's Day in history of mankind. How old are your kids now? The youngest just just turned four and still reminds me of the twos. You know what I mean. And we have the oldest is just ten and Homeschool A. Oh my gosh. The teachers talk about American Heroes Nurses doctors and the teachers it's hard just to have remarkable inability to want to be taught by their parents but a remarkable capacity by our teachers. And so that's why I say let's safely and responsibly reopen these schools. And I know that's something you're thinking about but there's a lot that will go into that and a lot of folks are debating whether schools should open this summer because they have to make up for lost time. And that's something you're looking into his well well. This learning losses real. It's real every summer. Summer believed particularly from a socio economic disproportionately bags black and Brown communities. And we've never addressed that in a meaningful way. By the way this has been exposed with distance learning and wi fi capacity the ability for a family with many kids to have more than just even one tablet or have one tablet on a alone and all of that of course is made more problematic as we move through this pandemic and so we're talking about opening. Potentially I know summer schools upon US quickly but we are considering opening up the school year a little bit earlier late July early August to see if we can make up for that gives us a little more time on the summer school to more safely plan physical and environmental planning but then would provide us. The opportunity may be make up for some of that. Learning law sewer. We're having deep conversations. That's a big scale operation. Six million kids in California so we can do it. I think others can as well. But it's a it's a big Herculean effort. Avenue Gavin NEWSOM.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric
"We're back with California. Governor Gavin newsom. This has been financially devastating for everyone including your state, and you have to have a balanced budget governor at something's gotTa. Give spending cuts. Tax increases the impact on schools on so many different social services. So what will California look like? In twenty twenty one given the rich from matic experience of of this pandemic. This time last year Katie, we were debating how to balance our budget with a twenty one point, four billion dollars surplus this time last year, a twenty one point, four billion dollar operating surplus I announced in January. My expectation for the next fiscal year that surplus would be roughly six billion. That was eight or so weeks ago. We are going to be announcing on Monday. Tens of billions of dollars in deficit, just like that the magnitude of this is jaw dropping, and it's much worse than respectfully I think people think because everytime new numbers come out jobless numbers. That's lagging. We have three point. Seven million Californians have filed for unemployment insurance just since March twelfth just since March Twelfth Not January twelfth March twelfth. We have to put this in perspective, and that's why understand boy do I? I understand the economic desire to start reopening, and that's that give and take. That's the struggle. This is the dialectic of our time, and there's a lot of Whitewater a Lotta friction. That's going to happen the next few months. It's been difficult today, but the next few months and years are going to be challenging so the answer to that Question California and twenty twenty one is not going to be very pretty. It's going to be more. Check. Look I I, think the state. Because of its size, it scope because the diversity of within the economy. The fact we were running twenty billion dollars surplus a couple years ago that we have historic reserves. We had forgive me, but we had our bond rating increased twice last year. Borrowing capacity is better than most states. And we have remarkable leaders in this state that continue to thrive despite this pandemic, particularly the tech community, and elsewhere we may do better than most, but the magnitude of these deficits is extraordinary, and my biggest fear is this. We better learn the lesson from twenty. Mini so many people have been recovered from the great recession low income workers. or their wages have been flat, and they're the most vulnerable in this pandemic, and so we really have to be I. think much more aggressive in addressing economic justice in addressing the framework of social justice as our number one priority. Let us not make the mistakes. We made of the bailouts the last time, not getting down to real people in diverse communities. That's our principal obligations. Meanwhile, it doesn't sound as. As, if Mitch McConnell is going to be much help, he doesn't want the federal government to help with the state or local level, and he in fact has said it's the state's fault for mismanaging money I know you've said that his his position as offensive, but without federal help. How are you going to manage to balance your budget? How are you going to manage the serve the people of California? You can imagine since he's been Republican leader every year. The devil sits have gotten bigger under his watch. Golly, that comment is to a state like California. Where are surpluses got bigger as his deficits got bigger in terms of mismanagement, and particularly to state that historically has been a huge donor state. To other red states, it is going, and and I think many governors. Point and so we have to balance our budgets. They don't but we'RE AMERICANS FORTY MILLION AMERICANS. Live in the state of California. It's not a blue state. It's an American States in the union twenty six of our. Fiftieth counties went for Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell's party in the last election To. and so I I hope they disabuse themselves of this notion. That we are all on our own. When we're many parts, but one body style United States of America, and when one part suffers, we all suffer. That's the spirit of the Commonwealth. That's the spirit of our founding fathers I think it'd be nice if Mitch McConnell others would read a little bit about our own history. The best better angels that define the best the American spirit, and it's this notion that we're all in this together. There's no league on your side of our boat. We need the federal government's help and support. How do you think president trump has handled this crisis overall? I believe that two more independent minds aware in the middle of this pandemic and I'm trying every single day to save lives I can only say this and I know people depending on their political stripes can get offended by it. I'm well aware of it. By the way involved in sixty eight lawsuits with trump administration, so there is you know we talk about California, the friction between the administration, the state second to no other state, but the interactions. We've had directly with the administration because they think they go back to January the level of engagement has been relatively favorable. I can't. Say, that can't be said rather for many other states, but it has been favorable for the state of California, so I can only speak from that prison on that perspective. Do you feel as if you have to mind your PS and QS and not criticize the administration too much governor less. You incurred the wrath of president. Trump is governor. Inslee did in Washington state. I mean there probably is a little of that, but you know what y'all camp makeup reasons to disagree and Finger. Point Man I? Look my by my decision. Every day is not to wake up with my fists clenched it's to have my hands. Open my heart open to. Opportunity and new ideas and support, and we'll take sport wherever we can get it. And I called me to forgive me, but give you a for instance. We've had a lot of questions in the aggregate about testing supplies. So rather than complaining about it, which I could have done got a lot of attention on all. The nightly shows I made a phone call and I asked the president directly. Answer the phone. Here's what I need and you know next day quite literally arrived. So that's that's the specific experience but again. I deeply recognized. That doesn't exist in other parts of the country working together as one thing, but now he's using you and one of his campaign reelection videos. How do you feel about that? I've been I've been in this a been an elected office for twenty plus years. I've I've seen plenty of things. Nothing surprises me. We're getting into an election season very shortly I'm doing an event for Joe. Biden my cat. We're in sixty eight lawsuits with the administration. Is what it is, but again one thing I'm not going to do. My mother taught me this I. Always raised. When you ask for something, and someone does something for you express appreciation and gratitude, and if you don't then you lose your character, little your own veracity. And I could play to. That I can play to the partisanship, but I got forty million Californians forty million Americans that deserve me. figure out way to do better and do more to get along in an engage in the spirit of collaboration without focusing on everything, just being politics. Have you endorsed Joe Biden for president yet? Yeah, we have a big event on on the eighth. Of this month, so we are very involved. And how do you feel about the way candidate vice? President Biden has been responding to this pandemic governor. What is he doing well, and should he be doing anything differently? Because many people are saying they need to see Joe. Biden out there more talking about this pandemic. Do you agree? Love to see him there more, but the challenges were out there almost ubiquitously. You all.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on KGO 810
"Governor Gavin Newsom is announcing a first of its kind program that will support seniors and the restaurant industry at the same time the program will reimburse local residents for delivering nutritious meals to seniors that are at risk three times a day seven days a week top navy officials are recommending the reinstatement of Brecht crozier craft carrier captain relieved of command over an email about the coronavirus captain closures message to the navy pleaded for help to get sailors off the Theodore Roosevelt but it was leaked to the San Francisco Chronicle and then got national attention so far of the nearly five thousand members of that crew aboard the Roosevelt eight hundred forty have tested positive for corona virus including captain pressure defense secretary mark esper wants more time to consider whether to reinstate crozier that move surprising navy officials who expected the defense secretary about the process go through the military chain of command a new online poll from the California health care foundation based in Oakland shows three oh four Californians would like to stick with corona virus stay at home orders for as long as it takes despite the economy slightly more than one in ten would lift the lockdown to boost the economy even if it would increase the virus's spread poll found strong support for staying with the stay at home orders among all demographic groups with more than seventy percent of people in each age income racial or ethnic group in favor we'll take a look at your ride along five eighty this afternoon the KGO eight ten traffic sponsored by up work when you need in demand talent on demand forecasts the world's largest network of proven independent professionals here's an offer that coalesced accountants administrative assistants animators architects you get the point when you need in demand talent on demand for his house here's how other just got three crashes here at the Chilton auto body traffic desk one in get into San Leandro east five eighty near Dayton traffic is backed up to Gulf link so far also got word of a pleasant hill crash south six eighty eight street not seeing very heavy traffic there as yet very heavy traffic for the North Bay south bound wanna one jamming up from Lakeville Tuesday yeah I think you know the reason it's a road project same thing for northbound from San Antonio to Petaluma Boulevard south and then beyond that I'm afraid that there is heavy traffic again into Santa Rosa with an accident north at one oh one north of town road you're hung up get into San Francisco from the peninsula north bound wanna one between a third and two eighty where you're taking off the freeway no troubles at the bay bridge have expanded by redwood credit union now is the best time to use redwood credit union's free mobile and online banking today your transactions from home or anywhere check balances make transfers a deposit checks and more sign up today redwood credit union for all the love your KGO eight ten weather forecast weather sunny beautiful day around the bay area feels like summer out there inland highs around ninety degrees eighty by the bay today and near seventy at the coast right now seventy three in San Francisco I roll filling in for the first time KGO eight ten thank you for tuning into KGO for another afternoon gorgeous out there I don't know if you're staying within five miles of your house as you wander around but thank you for taking us with you I think it was Truman's who said that being a vice president was worth a bucket of warm spit in other words being vice president doesn't keep you in the public eye very long in the history books even less there is however vice president of the United States named Henry Wallace any mountain city five years ago a campaign about the quote.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Gavin Newsom just announcing a one hundred fifteen deaths the worst one day toll for his state so far in the corona virus outbreak California has over thirty seven thousand cases New York still leads the nation with more than two hundred sixty thousand a new testing on three thousand people reveals many more may have had the virus the governor's estate Y. thirteen point nine percent tested positive for antibodies and that means roughly two point seven million state residents were infected at some time the rate of infection is even higher for New York City with one in five percent testing positive based on fifteen thousand five hundred fifty calories in this state Cuomo said the study showed a death rate of point five percent but cautioned that figure is likely to change boxes David Lee Miller worldwide the current total of reported cases is nearing two point seven million with over one hundred eighty seven thousand deaths and more than eight hundred fifty thousand cases in the U. S. the house is voting with its social distancing efforts on the next coronavirus relief bill many more loan funds for small businesses plus hospital in testing money that Democrats push for one of football's biggest tonight is going remote the NFL had grandiose plans for the twenty twenty draft in Vegas including a floating red carpet in front of the Balad geo but corona virus forced the league to scrap those plans instead NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will read team selections from a studio in his basement decision makers from each team will be at home relying on phones video calls and messaging apps to communicate with each other and other teams fox business is Grady Trimble with so many Americans cooped up in deprived of live sports some analysts expect tonight's virtual draft to set records for ratings and betting Erica is listening to fox news Minnesota news network J. W. **** a distance learning the rest of the school year and there is no joy in this but there's an awful lot of thanks to everybody involved that announcement from governor Tim walls today setting the stage for over a month more of learning from home for families statewide this is not the perfect solution I am proud of Minnesota students teachers and parents some have just sent people home and and gave him a you know a list of homework whatever that's not happening in spite of the current state home order being scheduled into may fourth walls was consistent in saying the chances of kids going back to school this school year well hello Minnesota held the bobber reporting twenty one more confirmed cobit nineteen deaths putting total deaths at two hundred in the state as of today there are one hundred and four people in the I see you a number that has dropped for four straight days the top official for the Minnesota state fair says the twenty twenty get together will be held without restrictions or not at all fair general manager Jerry hammer says the fate remains on track to open August twenty seventh and they would only cancel if it is absolutely clear the fair cannot be held he did not give a specific timeline for decision saying only the latest they could decide will be August first since eighteen fifty nine the state fair has only been canceled due to the civil war World War two and in nineteen forty six polio epidemic this is imminent I am.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on KOMO
"Gavin Newsom is today calling on anyone over sixty five years old or those with underlying health conditions to now isolate themselves at home we are calling for the home isolation of all seniors in the state of California over five point three million people are impacted by that the governor says are working on plans to get medications and food to those isolating at home Alex down ABC news Los Angeles at the first head to head debate of twenty twenty former vice president Joe Biden and senator Bernie Sanders taking to the stage inside of a television studio with no audience last night but I didn't making a surprise announcement with a near insurmountable delegate lead it is clear he is looking ahead he came out with this surprise commitment about his running mate saying that if he is the nominee he will be choosing a woman as his vice president that's ABC senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce and you're listening to ABC news stay informed the console morning news it's five oh two Monday morning March sixteenth it's chilly out there some places of dealing with some frost it's thirty eight degrees in Seattle along with Greg Herschel comment a factor here the top stories from the call twenty four seven news center new restrictions are here now for king county and are coming tomorrow for everyone else in the state of Washington almost Brian Calvert has more live on how the governor's announcement this morning will definitely affect me all time leader today Jay Inslee will offer more details but last night he gave us a sneak peek at midnight all restaurants bars and entertainment centers in Washington must either change the way they do business or close their doors there aren't a lot of details at the moment but we do know that bars likely have no choice but to close their doors take out and drive through service will still be allowed at restaurants something grace Jurado at red mill burgers says she's ready for we then like on the phone a lot a lot in the last couple days uses their closing totem house but will keep other locations open for take away only it's gonna be all to go orders and no cash so just plastic payments not everyone is promising compliance we received an email from the owner of merchants cafe in Seattle's pioneer square who says quote I will not do it arrest me Brian Calvert commodious Sir now seven hundred sixty nine people have tested positive for the virus in the state and there's fear that that number is actually much higher even though the number of tests has increased only those showing symptoms are receiving the test the virus can be in your system for several days before there are any symptoms according the state health department there were forty two deaths linked to this virus and thirty seven of them are in king county five local firefighters and an east side ER doctor now on the quarantine list the doctor reportedly is in critical condition we get more from Kirkland this morning with como's Corwin hake paramedics to work for local firefighting agencies are now in many cases wearing protective gear to respond to health emergencies this is after some paramedics have responded to what sounded like cardiac.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of BK governor Gavin Newsom calling California's homelessness crisis and disgrace in this morning state of the union speech president trump has been spending the day in the Central Valley wrapping up two days swing in here in California today was talking a water with farmers and two thirteen year olds been arrested and charged with setting a fire in a Porter ville library that killed two central California firefighters going in depth here now on the Democrats who will be taking the debate stage in Las Vegas momentarily this right before an event as caucus and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg will be on the debate stage for the first time this is Alex stone is there well yeah that's going to be a big change tonight Kerry that that you're having Bloomberg on stage up until this point he's been kind of the the teflon man they could bounce anything against them off because you only heard what he wanted you to hear or the four hundred billion dollars in advertising that that he was putting out there but the other candidates were able to debate him and go head to head with them they had been pushing for this change there is a change in the rules made to allow Bloomberg and tonight up until now there's been a requirement for donor funding coming in but Bloomberg is finding his own campaign to until now he has been able to make the debate really you for him there's a lot he could lose tonight that day because he hasn't had a answer those questions he's been seen with his number is rising is profile rising it kind of among some Democrats is guy who could come in and and take on trump if he doesn't do well tonight then he could does really exposed himself or if he does do well tonight you can continue to see those numbers go up so there's a lot at stake for him the other candidates though they want to go head to head with him as his profile is rising they want to take him on on a number of different topics I would think so Alex because there's been a lot of back and forth between the candidates as it has ban and now with Bloomberg in there I expect to the Big Island well and they're likely to try because they they all need to finances will be a big part of that we've already heard from war and that she says he has an ego maniac billionaire standards are you know in his wheel house talking about campaign funding and big money coming into it that he won't take money from billionaires and yours is billion around the state by the way one billion error is coming in one billion error is going out Tom sire will not be on stage tonight he also was spent hundreds of millions dollars in funds for advertising but he did not qualify for tonight but Bloomberg and likely from Biden Biden seeing his numbers going down the the Biden need said to try to shine tonight good to make sure he's not spotlight as well you've already said part of his attack on Bloomberg is gonna be the Bloomberg is essentially Republican and it's always been a Republican so you'll probably hear that tonight as well but yeah whether be about that money coming in or past comments Bloomberg is made about the LGBTQ community or race issues with a stop and frisk in New York all of that on the table tonight with the candidates and Bloomberg not participating in the caucuses on Saturday right no he is not he did not qualify for the because of his late entry and everything the caucuses here or the primary in South Carolina but been coming into super Tuesday that's when he will be on the ballot okay ABC's Alex stone there reporting from Vegas thank you so much you got it thank you to all right and five fifty traffic.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"World News Headquarters in New York. This is the daily show with Trevor Noah years. The technical told me out I would guess tonight is the governor of the Great State of California Gavin Newsom. WHO's joining US everybody up tonight show Greta Thornburgh Ross the UN win. Lenny Kravitz has lost his Mojo and Donald Trump is getting impeached. Please Milania audio. Stop cheering. Let's catch up on today's headlines. Let's kick it off with the United Nations this General Assembly every year. The wills leaders gathered together in New York City so clog up traffic can ruin our food deliveries. They'll try to solve some of the world's problems but this year all the attention has been on teenage climate activists Greenwich Timberg yesterday the General Assembly and she did not pull her punches this morning warning the United Nations still feeling the shockwaves of teenage climate activists Greta Thornburgh people are suffering. People are dying entire ecosystems collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is money tales of economic growth. How dare you wow wow that is one impressive sixteen year old to be that mature at that age like when I was that aged the only impassioned speech I was giving to my cousin was for hugging the Nintendo because like you promised me a future where I would get Luigi also so I like how she's shitting on the audience and they're applauding her just love about the UN everyone thinks every speeches about other leaders and not their everyone's just why yes good to tell them better especially the Yukata. You know what you did while maybe the hero of the UN Philadelphia in this next story also got a hero. It deserves Philadelphia Wide Receiver Nelson Galore is responding to a man who criticizes catching skills after the man caught caught children thrown from a burning building. Akeem laws was walking in the area of a house fire Sunday night. You said a family was trapped. In the father started throwing the Babies Abe's to him and several other people people down my manager. Stop throwing babies out. The window was catching on like Agar his mishaps. I like to put that out. The criticism came after dropped several passes in two eagles losses this season on twitter Igor. Thanks laws for being a hero and invited him. I'm to be a guest at the next home game. Oh wow catching a baby thrown out of a window. That is a real football fan right there. We're like even spike the baby off the little dents and I love the fact that he took his moment of fame to trash an eagles receiver. Actually actually I wish we had more. Pepsi Heroes like this just like someone out there like yes. I rescued his family from a blazing fire and you know who's not blazing my ex's new boyfriend. You Ain't Shit Ashley Shit but man. I'm glad this worked out because imagine how scary it is to throw a baby and then rely on a stranger to catch it because have you ever thrown your iphone to someone yeah me neither now you mentioned during a baby out of a window. I'd have questions before we get out. That'd be like how how would be. I'm here. Throw it down and be like why do you play any sports. Play soccer be wrong as more. What about you. I play golf off. I'd be like Oh that's more of a game. It's not as far as the sun all day. I'm like yeah that's just walk right and finally moving onto entertainment news. Lenny Kravitz music icon and man suffering from severe shirt allergy. He is known for his amazing fashion sense and now he needs your help getting some of it back and Lenny Kravitz is asking for your help.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood
"California has been a leader in environmental and energy policy for half a century now. The State is at war with the trump administration over its fuel emission standards. The strictest in the nation California has also been hit hard by climate change wildfires fires in northern California last year killed more than eighty people and leveled fourteen thousand homes recent years have brought more fires more extreme heat days and historic drought route for our climate tech series. How we survive. I talked to California Governor Gavin Newsom and I asked him if he sees the tech industry is having a role in helping communities adapt apt and prevent more disasters. It's hand in hand in California because it affects climate change our year. They're real just consider that since two thousand fifteen in ten of the most destructive wildfire seasons have occurred obviously we need to do more to protect those communities from the ravages of the hotz getting odd on the drive getting drier one billion dollars by the way we put in this budget additional resources to invest including suppression strategies early. Detection Shen strategies new infrared cameras new technology lighter technology new satellite technology. All of these things are part and parcel of our our frame of engagement. It sounds to me not to be bloodless but it sounds like you are describing a market for new technologies that right now venture capitalists aren't funding because they feel burned by what happened ten years ago with green tax. You know not only describing the opportunities for new investment also coming up with new kermit strategies to test as those technologies in real time rather than going through these processes of our the state defining what we need. We're defining the problem or letting the private sector and tech leaders define the solutions including by the way doing an x prize to address the issue of early detection and suppression strategies be that drone technologies be the ability utilize is open source satellite imagery and data. All of those are technology opportunities where the private sector venture capital rightfully should invest. I mix some money by doing the right things and do it quickly. I feel like the legacy of Silicon Valley is to want to solve big problems and so so there is a sense I think in the valley and maybe it's just me that these guys should engage on climate change the doing it directly through philanthropy a lot more our than they are perhaps through the corporate board and number two. They're doing in the most profound way and forgive me. Transportation Autonomy Foundationally Dacian Lee is going to change the trajectory of this debate electric vehicle technologies and alternative fuel technologies which will dominate and proliferate in the next few decades decades that perhaps will be the most significant contribution tech will ever make in some ways. I'm not pessimistic. I'm deeply optimistic because of the investments in our in D. and the progress and technology already seen how big a deal then is the shift to electric for those carmakers and for this movement overall. I there's not one automobile automobile manufacturer. That doesn't understand where we're going and they're making investments today. For Twenty twenty-five Twenty thirty and it's exciting they see where the arrest the markets internationally are going they see their growth will reside and they recognize that consumer choices changing and they wanna meat consumers where they are they want to reduce use costs which ultimately is at the pump and they want to meat consumers with the latest technology and that means innovation electric took vehicles but also broadly defined alternative fuel vehicles but EV's are the the game changer. The cost of batteries are dropping significantly. The technologies from arranged perspective are advancing look it took US twenty years to sell the first million electric vehicles. It took less than twenty months to sell the second million. this is is sort of. I don't want to argue. It's Moore's law but you're going to see some exponential. application and distribution scale of the sales of electric took vehicles in the next decade that I think will really shock those that art scene the contours of this online today. What are the things that only government can tale. I mean policy. It's only me we set the rules regulation. We incentivize good behavior disincentivize bad behavior we create markets and in private sector either response to that gets run over and I really am proud of California in its ethos it's values that transcend last five or six administrations astray shins and we gotta keep that going because of the Ecstasy Stencil threat that is this new reality of climate a huge driver of that innovative spirit is here in California and Silicon Valley and you're very familiar with the tech industry on a lot of friends having come from the bay area. How do you see your relationship with. I guess what we're now calling big tech. I've I've known these a lot of these folks when they were little tech seen them grown a big tech both individuals and got another the company's more broadly defined individuals come and go the companies. It's persist and I've seen lighting leadership. I've seen very self centered honored leadership I've seen empathy and I've seen a deep lack of empathy. There's an deep empathy gap with some sectors of tech and so I've seen the the best in in the worst up close and not just as a California resident not just proximate as a fifth generation San Franciscan a living in the bay area but as someone that quite literally has grown up with a number of these people that are sort of well known brands in the tech world since you have known the tech industry since they were little tech and you really do have these personal relationships. Do you feel like you have an opportunity in your role as sort of governor and also friends of the industry sometimes to to push them in the answer's yes but I gotta say behind the scenes I can you know you go google or someplace like that and there's a lot of exciting enlivening things that are in the leading cutting edge that are in their dormancy right now and then are going to be made visible in ways that I think could give people circum- their nerves nerve that the tech industry is not quote unquote doing enough but I will say on the philanthropic side at least without exception the thrust of most of the investments most of these major founders are focused on is in the space. I just had as an example the privilege of sitting down with Bill Gates in the entire purpose of the conversation station was his doubling down on his commitment in the climate change space and he's doing it through his philanthropic arm to create market incentives take a business mindset to making the kind of green tech investments without worrying about the Roi but investing in an entrepreneurial mindset to solving having some of these problems so I'm just I'm seeing a lot more That gives me a lot more confidence. that that the tech industry including on drawdown technologies carbon drawdown technologies is a lot for the loan than many of us may actually believe yeah. I mean how important is energy. Batteries are the whole ballgame yeah in electric vehicles and otherwise but also sort of energy independence this idea of decentralisation as a resilient strategy really what we're about to announce that we've invested in actually installed our millionth solar roof doc about that dis intermediation this sort of notion of disaggregation disaggregation and distributed energy and so the way we can scale at the next level is doing two things implement the new rules and standards at all new construction action will require solar in the roof by January first two thousand twenty and number two make sure we have adequate storage and meet the technology call to WHO provide that storage at the kind of scale. That's needed ultimately radically reimagined our grid so California's again from a policy perspective is is creating the market incentives for companies to invest in that space. I don't know that most folks are familiar with this but we have five times more green clean energy jobs in California than fossil fuel jobs five to one and we're one of the most dominant fossil fuel economies in America California and five to one We are outperforming the fossil fuel industry so you know the old adage fresh air progress versus a stale stale air of normalcy. we see the future and we want to do well there which means you got to invest in. The future. Trump sees the past and he's not interested investing in the future. He is not going to very well. They're Gavin newsom is the governor of California.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
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"gavin newsom" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"Walk away from the rest of the folks in oklahoma anita's kansas they need us i turn my back on folks in texas no turn your back that i will say eat your heart out texas outperformance i'm talking about we've got lieutenant governor gavin newsom here he's running for governor we're gonna take a quick break we'll be right back you know michelle i learned everything i know from television and magazine amen yeah i used to go to the drugstore and stand there for hours i wasn't buying a magazine this is a long time ago before i had money for them but i would read all the magazines and find out what's happening in the world fashion and design and theatre everything well now you can do that without having go it stands for very low price as textures all of it is all about that and we're your one hundred percent right and my mother never let me by magazines because they were too expensive back in the day she didn't have money and my grandmother used to buy the enquirer and the star she would cut out pictures and send them in the mail to me and say read the story or pictures madonna that she thought were me yeah grandma was a head of the game now the texture app has gone beyond delivering just the magazines it sell dave made it easy to find and enjoy the articles that you wanna read with daily recommendations exclusive interactive features videos in more and this is the cool thing you guys by the way so many great titles out there you know all the title we're talking you know vogue as brise if you're getting married hugh a car and driver if you're into that shore zillah straighted which is always at the.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"Shrew that's texture dot com slash are you and we are back with lieutenant governor gavin newsom also also running for governor i wanna i wanna talk about your fabulous i've tweeted about her a movie she makes us a documentary filmmaker she's done to that i that i know of that i'm very passionate about one that's on netflix right now it's called the mask you live in knit blew my mind i recommend it all the time smart lady and there's another one earlier version about a women about girls in an how girls are domesticated in this culture a tell me how did you guys me we met blind date can't even make it up with an interesting with lars from italica drummer and weird night when he was married with connie and he's a friend of my wife's and so he just had this weird event in san francisco i thought why am i doing this blind dates don't work out yeah and literally hold hands twenty minutes later kenya make it twenty minutes i mean it was weird was that thing and you've been married we've been very just shy of ten years ten years next month you guys have kids we have four kids a so many eight year old six year old four year old two year old and yes we are going to stop i'm with you that's yeah the two boys two girls in they're proud of their mom and i'm proud of her as well and preset you bring up you know she did one on the the misrepresentation not just the underrepresentation of women girls she started organization called the representation project and you're right did this film about hyper masculinity and i think this issue and i appreciate the indulgence on that film we are not raising our boys that's right to be outstanding men and role models and you see that crisis manifest in so many different ways i mean you look at the crisis that is our men and boys in this country from suicides to binge drinking opioid overdoses to the issues of domestic violence i mean issues obviously of gun violence dominating exception that they're women and the reality is at the end of the day this hyper masculinity that we are perpetuating promoting basically take a lot of boys.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"L in their history it just connected mendosa but it connected with just there's a sense of intensity and passion for their story in their perseverance their faith their loved their devotion to each other and their 'cause that just inspired me and inspires the why and should inspire anyone because we have a marqaba capacity in life if we have the courage to express ourselves i'm talking to you rule the alright of this man yeah pres is your world replenish the whole thing ever ins it's now we don't have to be pollyannish about this but the capacity of the whole village village pollyanna as a good point so people but no it's just when i talk about that not dia rettig dialectic it's yes for shen between people in positions of power in those outside in its that pressure we put on people in political office that is the change people in political office they don't change merit you talk about the democratic party ago who were my biggest critic won the damn republican party it was democrats that were criticizing me outraged offended i got kicked off his supposed to speak at the convention in boston they said see you later told me not even to come to boston i started doing samesex marriages and it took it wasn't in two thousand five and six one like they were running cavalry i mean no one was supporting all lost our way in a sense as the party lines and that's a big problem in this video by the way they didn't support it because of power they're worried about their power about their election right that's why people don't do this because they know that they know that yes you believe some say some don't be an ideologue be open argument but if you believe some stand up and do something and that's that i think ultimately is the way we get folks reengaged yeah we got more with gas lieutenant governor gavin newsom in a minute now i just said gavin newsom that's the correct wake my brain does this year i wanna say newson tommy newson from the tonight show then yeah new saggy go you want to get a newson that's right this gavin newsom maga yes he's running for governor when sung in new year you love that sir yeah we're going to win this.
"gavin newsom" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"Hey michelle we've got a special guest here gavin newsom is the lieutenant governor of california running for governor again why are you in politics why do you want to do that what do that i mean it's easy job i know but i'm sorry strive democrat you forget about him because he was the kennedy sarge gaba sorry i am i know i know you rider but remember sars strivers on who you know was never held elected office yeah probably had more impact on the twentieth century than anyone who has ever in elected office started the peace corps legal aid to the poor head start he was the one that led the war on poverty and sixty four to sixty eight and we actually pulled one out of three people add up already and of course he and his wife founded the special olympics in that sense of idealism in the sixties yeah of standing up for ideals striking out against injustice is why now what is it okay now obviously sarge shriver in the kennedys or very wealthy people what is it that made wealthy people they don't do that anymore these days so much decide to be of public service like that because there was no bility in public service it was about recognizing there's no leak on your side of our boat right we rise and fall together you can't live good life aristotle said in an unjust society and i think people recognize the commonwealth they recognized are fundamental sort of interdependence you know in that sloshed in our politics today it's sort of a scarcity framework there was a framework of abundance back then yeah that and now it's i got mine yeah because people are fearful and they're just holding onto their patch their piece of the pie and that's our politics polarization in it's obviously hyper acute now more than ever and more than enough i mean i think that everybody has the reason to be afraid right now specially in the climate that we're in it's frightening ned had you being a longtime advocate availed ubt q i plus community.